Tory Lanez is staying busy despite the coronavirus bringing the world to a standstill. 

On Monday, Lanez blessed his fans with a new song called "W." Lanez has made a name for himself by mastering several styles. For "W," Tory uses a sleepy but precise flow to detail how his life before fame fuels his current determination.

"I can't step on my block without no W," Lanez raps over the somber instrumental. "So many people know my pockets it's like my stash famous/I remember being so broke, shit I ain't wanna have no babies."

Keeping with the theme of these lyrics, the track's cover art features a child that is presumably Lanez's son. The child is wearing one of Tory's chains that reads "Toronto," giving the assumption that this track will be featured on Lanez's upcoming The New Toronto 3 mixtape.

Lanez went on to use "W" to detail how he was able to evade the pitfalls of the streets en route to becoming a successful artist. 

"Screaming 'Gang, gang, gang,' it seemed so fascinating/The gang is at the wall, 0-3 they catching cases," Lanez continues. "On the block that's where I back the Wraiths/Shining on these white folk that was acting racist."

Along with gearing up for the release of TNT3, Lanez spent time sneaker shopping with Complex. During the episode, he expressed his love for his hometown and what Vince Carter meant to Toronto. 

Listen to Lanez's new single, "W," below. The music video for "W" was also released. You can check that out up top via YouTube.