Tory Lanez‘ freedom may be in jeopardy thanks to assault charges he’s facing for reportedly shooting award-winning rapstress Megan Thee Stallion (click here to read more), but the embattled Canadian hitmaker is opting to keep his focus on new music.
No stranger to cranking out tunes at a rapid fire pace as he’s released over a dozen projects since 2015 (including 5 studio albums, 2 EPs, and 7 mixtapes, etc.), the 28-year-old nabbed his fifth consecutive Billboard 200 top 10 studio album with the controversial, September 25-released ‘Daystar’ (click here to stream).
Just four weeks after its #6 premiere on the Billboard 200, the set vanished from the hitlist – a defeat Lanez appears to be taking in stride as he’s already teasing the effort’s follow-ups.
In April, Lanez – who had recently become an independent artist – took to Instagram to announce he was planning to release some of his self-proclaimed best work.
“I told you guys I wasn’t going to release none of my greatest music or most timeless music until I was out the deal and owned all my masters,” said Tory. “So now that I’m out and I own all my masters and publishing, I got these three projects I want to release. But I need your help on which one to release first cause they all themed totally different.”
Wednesday (November 4), he lifted the lid on themes that may line said projects.
“THE FLOOD OF MUSIC IS COMING !!!!” he warned. “What sound are yall Most excited about … NEW RAP , NEW R&B . OR NEW “DIFFERENT SHIT “ (ex . Spanish , Acoustic , 80s , 50s & Reggae …albums .”
While reports have it he has at least three albums in the pipeline, Tory and team have yet to confirm prospective release dates for the efforts.