Featuring Future, 50 Cent, NAV, and more.
Tory Lanez has been turning heads since his debut album release, I Told You. An hour and 19-minute project, it was an uninhibited look into Lanez’ tortured adolescent mind–pulling the curtains back, if you will. Since then, he’s been steadily releasing new singles and features, leading up to this sophomore effort, Memories Don’t Die, which dropped today.
In promotion of the album, Tory stopped by Sway in The Morning to completely destroy the “Five Fingers of Death” challenge, suggesting that he would come hard with the bars on this project. As we’ve come to know, Tory is a dynamic threat capable of embodying all facets of hip-hop. On Memories Don’t Die, he does just that.
Stream Tory Lanez’ sophomore album below: