Tory Lanez Shares "Real Addresses"

#FargoFridays.

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Star-in-the-making Tory Lanez continues to churn our new songs as part of his recently-rejuvenated Fargo Fridays. For the latest installment in his Friday single series, Tory Lanez links up with longtime close collaborator Play Picasso for “Real Addresses.” This new FargoFridays cut follows last’s week C-Sick-produced release, “Tim Duncan.” You can stream “Real Addresses” below. The “Say It” crooner-rapper recently made headlines for his Fargo Fridays flip of MADEINTYO’s continually-rising hit “Uber Everywhere.” He’s also currently in promo-mode for his forthcoming album, which he supported at the beginning of the year by dropping its lead single.

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