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2 March 2018, 12:11
The rapper-singer is back with a new record featuring 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa, Future & more.
Tory Lanez has dropped his brand new sophomore album ‘Memories Don’t Die’.
Following weeks of promotion, the Canadian rapper-singer has released the 18-track record a year-and-a-half after his breakthrough debut album ‘I Told You’.
Hosting appearances from 50 Cent, Nav, Future, Fabolous and Wiz Khalifa, ‘Memories Don’t Die’ sees Tory give a personal, introspective narration of his rise to fame.
Listen to 'Memories Don't Die' below.
"I spit subliminal dissing just tryna rip sh*t / Not realising if I took the time to kick it, and me and Drake, man, them bridges would probably equal to winning” he says.
The pair patched up with highly-publicised beef in 2017, with Drake even bringing out Lanez during OVO Fest that year to perform his remix of 'Controlla'.