Tory Lanez and Meek Mill Reconnect in "DrIP DrIp Drip" Video

The joint record will land on Lanez's upcoming project 'Love Me Now?'

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Tory Lanez and Meek Mill make a solid team.

After joining forces on tracks like "Litty," "I'll Be There," and "Lord Knows," the two artists have reconnected on a Smash David-produced record called "DrIP DrIp Drip." The song serves as a single to Lanez's upcoming album Love Me Now?, which is scheduled to drop next week.

Tory handles the bulk of the cut, while Meek provides a braggadocious final verse:

New blue faces up my jeans
Drip, drip like I live in a sink
New Phantom, no stuffing this mink
Broke niggas gotta pardon my swag 
All my Miami Spanish bitches going wild
I left prison in a chopper, they like, "How?"
Had a threesome the same day I went to trial

You can listen to "DrIP DrIp Drip" below and grab it on iTunes here. The video for the song is also available up top. Love Me Now? will arrive next Friday, and will feature guest appearances by 2 Chainz, Trippie Redd, NAV, Rich the Kid, Lil Baby, Gunna, and more.

During a recent interview on Power 106's L.A. Leakers, Lanez revealed he approached this album much differently than his previous projects.

"I specifically chose this project just to work with whoever I felt like working with,” he said. "And to not even overthink the project. Most of my albums, I’m stuck on it for a long, long time. This one I was just like, 'Yo, I feel free. Let’s put it out.'"

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