Tory Lanez is currently gearing up for the release of his sophomore album Memories Don’t Die, but the Canadian rapper-singer is already planning his next project.
Recently, Swavey took to Twitter to reveal that he wants to release a Latin album. “DROPPING A (ALL – LATIN) PROJECT AFTER MY ALBUM,” he wrote.
DROPPING A (ALL – LATIN) PROJECT AFTER MY ALBUM ..♂️
— Tory Lanez #SWAVEY (@torylanez) February 14, 2018
Born Daystar Peterson in Toronto, the 25-year-old crooner has been influenced by various cultures. His father is from Barbados and his mother from Curaçao, and he’s lived in various cities throughout his life.
Tory is no stranger to Latin music. Last year, he joined Messiah on “Give It Up,” a Spanglish cut that also features rising trap star Bad Bunny.
Before that project, Lanez is set to release his sophomore album Memories Don’t Die on March 2 featuring “Skrt Skrt” and appearances from 50 Cent, Future, Fabolous, NAV, and Wiz Khalifa.