It appears that Tory Lanez has resurrected his weekly release series Fargo Fridays with the arrival of his 2-song package The VVS Capsule.
The collection includes the single “392,” featuring Florida artist VVS Ken, and Lanez's solo single “Staccato.” VVS Ken is the latest musician to join Lanez’s label One Umbrella. While the two exchange verses over an eerie, raw beat on “392,” on “Staccato,” we see the uptempo, energetic side of Lanez, as he easily finds his pocket over the guitar-propelled arrangement.
Also out on Friday is Lanez’s collab with DJDS and Rema, titled "Simple Things."
DJDS said of the song: "To us 'Simple Things' sort of feels like the ultimate DJDS song because it sounds like what we've done and where we're going all at once. You hear the sample chops and that's old school DJDS but the collaborations represent the future. The work we put in with Burna Boy directly lead us to linking with Rema, and Tory is somebody we've been waiting years to get in the studio with. These guys are upper echelon so we really had to draw upon all our experience to give them something that felt undeniable."
Lanez has been staying busy. In addition to launching his successful radio show Quarantine Radio, in the last few weeks, he teamed up with Kevin Gates for the single “Convertible Burt” from the Radio to Fast 9 mixtape, the official soundtrack for the forthcoming film Fast & Furious 9.
The Canada native also hopped on Jack Harlow’s breakout single “Whats Poppin,” which also featured Lil Wayne and DaBaby. The song recently climbed to the No. 2 position on the Billboard Hot 100.
Listen to The VVS Capsule and check out the video for "392" above.