On the heels of his newly-released venture Love Me Now, Tory Lanez already seems primed and able to drop new music for his religious fanbase. In a brand new interview with The Breakfast Club, Lanez confirmed joint initiatives with each Meek Mill and Chris Brown.
"I've been doing plenty of work with plenty of completely different folks simply because I like to get within the studio. Me and Meek acquired a complete venture happening too. And me and Chris acquired one," he stated.
In a February interview with Billboard, Lanez flirted with the thought of nailing down a joint venture with Meek Mill, who was on the time incarcerated for violating his probation. "Before he went inside, we just about began sending one another tracks, and we had been imagined to hyperlink up and get within the studio," Lanez advised Billboard. "We had been speaking about this collab tape for a very long time. We had been making nice music with one another for years, and I feel he was form of ready for me to get a bit of extra well-known or one thing. At this level, I’m there with it now. I wish to all the time make music with Meek and vice versa, as a result of we’re two younger n---as that discover curiosity in the identical issues, and we make nice music."
The fiery tandem have seamless chemistry, connecting on tracks comparable to "Litty" and "Drip, Drip, Drip." As for Brown, he and Lanez paired up on two tracks from Love Me Now, together with "Duck My Ex" and "Flexible."
Watch Lanez's interview with The Breakfast Club under.