Tory Lanez released his second album of the year, “Love Me Now” last week and has respectively moved 54k copies within the first week. With the success and positive feedback of the recent release, Tory has been steadily doing radio appearances for his promotional rollout. At his stop in NYC at The Breakfast Club on Friday (November 2nd), the “Love Me Now” artist was asked about new music, potential upcoming features and future projects that he’s working on.
Fans are already anticipating the collaborative mixtape with Chris Brown and now it seems as though that’s not the only collaborative project underway. The Canadian singer confirms that a full-length massive effort with Meek Mill is in the works. Meek and Lanez have previously created memorable hits including their most recent joint banger “Drip, Drip, Drip” but this time the two are joining forces on an entire project.
In the recent interview, Lanez also talks about hitting the studio with A Boogie, his collaboration with El Agua on a Spanish album, and the creative preparation of the Chixtape 5 mixtape.
Check out The Breakfast Club Interview below.