Being dubbed Drake’s kid brother can only pave the way for more greatness.
Tory Lanez, the newcomer to some but known many, is a Toronto-native singer-songwriter and rapper who does all of the following effortlessly. On the stoop with friends, Lanez jokes until he sees an attractive girl that he refers to as “diamond”.
“If you decide to text me, then you decide to text me,” he says. Promptly, the song begins.
Love at first sight, Lanez flirts and courts his crush by day but by night, their newfound relationship takes a turn. In the fine and wise words of BBD (Bell Biv DeVoe), “Never trust a big butt and a smile.” Stay tuned for more music from his forthcoming 2016 release.
Sevyn Streeter, who is currently under fellow singer Chris Brown’s CBE imprint, takes to Toronto’s own Tory Lanez’s “Say It” to put her spin on things. Not being low (or discrete) in the least bit about the situation, the “It Won’t Stop” singer challenges her male counterpart(s) to keep it “one hundred” about having multiple (namely four) women around. As you’ll hear in the song, Streeter is lied to about the amount of lovers he has.
Subsequently, Streeter requests more of his time to prove himself worthy of hers. Something that could be virtually impossible, if he’s pimping. Listen to Sevyn Streeter’s honest rendition of the record below: