Tory Lanez took to Instgram last week to reveal the release date, name, and cover of his forthcoming third studio album. The album, ‘Love Me Now,’ is set to release on October 26th. This will be the second album released by Tory Lanez this year; his second studio LP, ‘Memories Don’t Die,’ released back in March.
The album cover features a play on the trademark collage from the classic American sitcom The Brady Bunch.It features pictures of Lanez and an apparent puppet of himself in various boxes. Lanez has been teasing the project since early this summer. He released the single “Talk to Me” featuring Rich the Kid in late June. He also disclosed a star-studded list of featured artists on the upcoming project, which included Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Lil Baby, Gunna, and many more.
In addition to ‘Love Me Now,’ Tory Lanez also announced that he will be releasing an album in Spanish. The project comes in support of the Latin music wave that North America has experienced. The first track from this project, “Pa Mi,” released shortly before “Talk To Me,” in June and features Ozuna.
Tory Lanez has obviously been adding significantly to his discography this year, and it will be interesting to see what the R&B singer brings us on his upcoming projects.