'The VVS Capsule' Showcases the Different Sides of Tory Lanez

Enlisting the help of VV$ KEN.

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After releasing the visual for “Stupid Again,” Tory Lanez has returned with a two-pack of new tracks, dubbed The VVS Capsule. Proving how busy he has been during this period of quarantine, the Toronto artist put together a display of his two different musical sides.

Leading with “Staccato,” the song sees Tory show off his vocals on the repeating instrumental. Throughout the track, Tory effortlessly moves between singing and rapper revealing the range he has developed since the start of his career. Enlisting VV$ KEN, “392” contrasts the tone of “Staccato” opting for a harder expression from Tory. In his verse, Tory offers straight braggadocious lines focused on a strained aggressive delivery.

Stream Tory Lanez’s The VVS Capsule on Spotify and Apple Music below.

For more music news, J Balvin and Tainy introduced the soundtrack for Sponge on the Run with “Agua.”

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