Tory Lanez has released his third studio project ‘Love Me Now?’. The LP includes his previously released singles “Drip Drip Drip” featuring Meek Mill, “Keep in Touch” featuring Bryson Tiller, and the hit featuring Ty Dollar $ign “Talk to Me.” The album comes only 7 months after Lanez’s sophomore joint ‘Memories Don’t Die.’
The 15 track album ‘Love Me Now?’ is packed with features. In addition to Tiller, Mill and Dolla, Lanez also calls on Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Gunna, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Trippie Redd, PnB Rock, Trey Songz, NAV, and Lil Baby. You can appreciate Tory Lanez’s melodious style on each of the tracks, while also enjoying the rapping and singing of all of the other featured artists. It makes for a dynamic listening experience. Many of the tracks have the makings to become hits.
When asked about the album on Beats 1 Radio Lanez expresses:
“My whole thing was just trying to dive into everybody’s different lane and just try and be diverse with the features, like making sure the features weren’t all like Atlanta-based. I wanted to make sure that everybody was from everywhere, and that it was just an all around collaborative project. It’s more like a mixtape to me, to be honest with you.”
‘Love Me Now?’ is now available for streaming on Apple Music, Spotify and Tidal. Tory is also reportedly working on album in Spanish entitled ‘El Agua.’ He gave us a taste of the album on his track “Pa Mi” which featured Latin star Ozuna. We can also expect to see features from Nicky Jam and Farruko.
You can stream ‘Love Me Now?’ below!