Tory Lanez has been keeping the music coming since dropping his debut album, I Told You, with Fargo Friday releases and today the rapper shares two new seemingly belated Fargo Friday tracks titled "Look No Further" and "TIME."

Both tracks were co-produced by Play Picasso while E.C. Fresco worked on "Look No Further" and Lavi$h co-produced "TIME." The first is a soulful sax-fueled heater while the latter finds Lanez dropping smooth bars on a churning R&B number. The track follows his other standout releases including "I'll Be There" featuring Meek Mill and French Montana, the Rick Ross assisted "Super Freaky" and his Joey Batts tribute, "Blue Jay Season."

It's interesting timing considering Drake just shared four new tracks on Sunday to celebrate his birthday and announce his new project. If you don't remember, the pair have had a supposed feud dating back to October 2015 when Lanez said that calling Toronto "the 6" was "not cool" and later called the term, which is often used by Drake, "kinda corny." This year, Tory flat out said he is gunning for Drake's No. 1 spot, but insisted that no part of the competition was personal. "Hip-hop is a contact sport," he told Ebro. "I'm here to compete, I'm here to be No. 1, I'm here to be the greatest." In a more recent interview, the rapper sidestepped questions about the beef altogether despite publicly fired shots from both sides.

Over the summer, Drake wasted no time and took a shot at Lanez on the first night of his Summer Sixteen Tour. Then, Lanez fueled the beef further when he told a cameraman, "Real Toronto niggas out here in Philly. Not them other guys... Unlike you, I’m good in Philly, nigga," which many interpreted this as a shot at Drake given Drake's beef with Philly rapper Meek Mill. 

According to Lanez, he dropped the new tracks today because "some shyt just cant wait until fargo friday. yall need this now. 2 new joints." Listen to both new tracks below.