Tory Lanez Confirms Joint Projects With Meek Mill and Chris Brown

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Tory Lanez performs at the Surf Stage during 2017 Hangout Music Festival on May 20, 2017 in Gulf Shores, Ala.

On the heels of his newly-released project Love Me Now, Tory Lanez already appears primed and ready to drop new music for his devout fanbase. In a new interview with The Breakfast Club, Lanez confirmed joint projects with both Meek Mill and Chris Brown.

"I've been doing a lot of work with a lot of different people just because I love to get in the studio. Me and Meek got a whole project going on too. And me and Chris got one," he said. 

In a February interview with Billboard, Lanez flirted with the idea of nailing down a joint project with Meek Mill, who was at the time incarcerated for violating his probation. "Before he went inside, we pretty much started sending each other tracks, and we were supposed to link up and get in the studio," Lanez told Billboard. "We had been talking about this collab tape for a long time. We were making great music with each other for years, and I think he was kind of waiting for me to get a little more famous or something. At this point, I’m there with it now. I want to always make music with Meek and vice versa, because we’re two young n---as that find interest in the same things, and we make great music."

The fiery tandem have seamless chemistry, connecting on tracks such as "Litty" and "Drip, Drip, Drip." As for Brown, he and Lanez paired up on two tracks from Love Me Now, including "Duck My Ex" and "Flexible." 

Watch Lanez's interview with The Breakfast Club below.