RESPECT. Review: Tory Lanez Put Everything on the Table with ‘Memories Don’t Die’

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Hitting all the natural senses all at once, Tory Lanez doesn’t want to be left out of the conversation of being one of the best artists to date. With the release of his second studio album Memories Don’t Die, Tory puts all his marbles in one basket, fulfilling nothing but greatness on this album. Having been tired of being ridiculed and compared to other artists, Tory presented a body of work that sets him aside from anyone/everyone else.

The album brings almost the exact same energy that has been brought to the table on his Chixtape and New Toronto series. Setting in stone that he is one to not be trifled with, Tory considers himself deserving of respect amongst other artists you would consider in your top five.

This being his second studio album through Interscope Records, Tory is proving that there is more of this energy to come and anyone can get it. From top to bottom, you will indulge in nothing but hit after hit, not to mention features from Future, Mansa, NAV, 50 Cent, Fabolous, Davo, Paloma Ford and Wiz Khalifa. Alongside the release of MMD, Tory also released the visuals for his record “Real Thing,” which features Future is also included on the album.

You can stream the video for “Real Thing” below.

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