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Toronto rapper Tory Lanez has been keeping himself very busy this year. Starting off the year with Memories Don't Die, Lanez has promised he'll put out another two albums before 2018's a wrap. He's teased that one of the albums will be a Latin record, while the other will be the follow-up to Memories Don't Die, which he says will arrive soon. To celebrate the impending release, tentatively titled Love Me Now?, he's shared a new song featuring Bryson Tiller.
Over some slick production, the two rappers flaunt both their singing abilities on "Keep in Touch," mostly eschewing rapping in favor of a more laid-back and melodic vibe. The two have always shared some stylistic similarities, so the collaboration ultimately sounds about as effortless as possible.
Recently, Lanez has been hyping Love Me Now? by posting what he says could be the art for the record. "Looks like the cover but I doubt it," he cryptically posted on Instagram.
Love Me Now? has yet to see a release date.