Tory Lanez has announced that his first new project for 2022 will be released later this month.
The Toronto rapper also debuted the artwork for the cover of his 18-track album.
Tory Lanez hasn’t stopped making new music despite being in the middle of a legal battle with Megan Thee Stallion. Earlier this year, he surprised his fans by releasing new music every week as part of Fargo Fridays. He announced on Friday (September 16) that his next album, Sorry 4 What, will be released on September 30.
The Chixtape star broke the news to his 2.2 million Twitter followers by writing, “I’M SORRY 4 WHAT. 18 SONGS. SEPTEMBER 30TH. Let’s get started.” Tory’s announcement comes just days after the star was granted a new court date in his felony assault trial against the Traumazine rapper and her ex-friend Kelsey Nicole Harris. “Trial start date moved to between Nov. 28 and Dec. 8 over objections of prosecutors because Tory’s lawyer in an arbitration,” said reporter Nancy Dillion, who was in court in California on Wednesday.
Despite Tory’s run-ins with the law, his fans have remained loyal to him and his new music. Diddy enjoys the music of the Canadian rapper. During an Instagram Live chat last month, the Bad Boy Exec revealed that he has “a good six Tory joints” on his “smashing” playlist. “And n*gga, when I put that PLAYBOY on, I can leave that bitch on muthaf*ckin’ repeat and really let it do its thing,” Lanez’s music, 52, said.
But the compliments didn’t stop there. Brother Love continued, “And everyone needs to stop fronting. When they get into that zone, they know they have to get some Tory Lanez. That’s what I’m listening to in the crib when I’m falling asleep… When I’m doing my thing with my lady, you know what I mean.” Check out the cover art for Sorry 4 What, which will be available for streaming on September 30th.
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