Tory Lanez Shares Release Date for 'Memories Don't Die'

Tory Lanez

Tory Lanez

Following the success of his debut album, I Told You in 2016, Tory Lanez is ready to start the new year off with a bang. On Monday evening (Jan. 22), Lanez announced that his upcoming sophomore album, Memories Don't Die, is due out this March and shared an accompanying teaser video. 

The Mid Jordan-directed visual finds Lanez leaning against a black jeep as a male voice speaking on fatherhood plays in the background. "A real father wants to know that by the time their child hits 22, 25, you would love to know that your child has gone so far beyond everything you've ever accomplished," the voice says, as a slideshow of Tory's childhood photos and photos of his newborn son appear in the clip. 

The album will drop on March 2, which he teased on his social media recently using the hashtag #32 and a photo of Shaquille O'Neal's throwback Orlando Magic jersey with the same number. 

Memories Don't Die will also feature the Future-assisted 'Real Thing" as well as the rapper's previously released singles "Shooters" and "I Sip." Lanez hasn't announced any further details about the project but earlier this month, a Twitter exchange between Tory and Rae Sremmurd's Swae Lee suggested that they've been working together though they haven't revealed what exactly they collaborated on. 

Watch the teaser for Tory Lanez's upcoming album Memories Don't Die below.


----MEMORIES DONT DIE - 3/2 .... 39 DAYS LEFT .. --: @midjordan

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