18 months in the wake of dropping his presentation I Told You, Tory Lanez comes back with his sophomore collection, Memories Don’t Die.
The list if people to attend is stick stuffed, with appearances from 50 Cent (“Pieces”), Future (“Real Thing”), Fabolous (“Connection”), Wiz Khalifa (“Hillside”), and NAV (“Dance for Me”), who enable Swavey to explore through his memories.
Throughout 18 tracks, the Canadian rapper-vocalist considers a mid year that occurred when he was an adolescent. “I use to chill with this gathering of individuals. At a certain point amid that mid year, they sold out me in the craziest way,” he told Revolt. “I was cut in the back in the craziest, most impolite way that is available. I cleared out that circle and resembling I’m never going to give the recollections of this time a chance to pass on.”
Lanez has been commending his work on Memories for a long while. Previously, he said that he was taking as much time as is needed written work for the collection. “I overlooked how pleasant I am with a pen and paper,” he tweeted a year ago. “WOW .. collection 2 isn’t a fuck around ting.”
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