Tory Lanez’ upcoming album Love Me Now? is set to arrive on October 26th in all its puppet-laden glory. While Memories Don’t Die set a lofty bar for the beloved Torontonian, Tory seems more than willing to rise to the occasion. Now, the rapper has taken a break from celebrating Canada’s recent legalization of recreational marijuana to drop off a new single, the Meek Mill assisted “Drip Drip Drip.” It’s a little strange to see Tory jump on the drip wave, especially for those seeking a bit more originality from the clever lyricist, but it’s hard to argue with results.
Melodic and upbeat, Tory’s new banger finds the rapper flaunting his prowess in every field imaginable; though his delivery is more sung than rapped, he does implement a more complex flow scheme than his average RnB effort. For the most part, “Drip Drip Drip” is a harmless flex anthem, bolstered by strong performances from both parties. Be sure to keep a watchful eye for Love Me Now? which is set to drop off around Halloween time.