Tory Lanez Reunites With Meek Mill on "Drip Drip Drip”

Just ahead of ‘Love Me Now?’s release next week.

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Tory Lanez is expected to drop his Love Me Now? album later this month, however, decided to tease a new track alongside another hip-hop heavyweight just prior to his project’s arrival. Hitting our pages earlier this summer to drop off his “Kendall Jenner” music video, the new track “Drip Drip Drip” is a lyrical switch-up which sees the Toronto rapper reunite with Meek Mill, as the duo trade bars on everything, from women, icy bling and mountainous stacks.

Lanez can be heard delivering his trademark melodic flows, cleverly mixed in with a healthy dose of witty wordplay, leaving Meek to do what he does best. Although Love Me Now? is expected to hit the scene on October 26, be sure to check out “Drip Drip Drip” ahead of the album’s release next week.

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