Tory Lanez has dropped a fresh gem on the downloading and streaming platforms in the form of his latest album, “MEMORIES DO NOT DIE,” featuring a whopping 18 tracks, including some standout collaborations.

In this new musical endeavor, where he asserts that memories are everlasting, Tory Lanez is busy crafting new ones. This qualitative project boasts an impressive lineup of guest appearances from major rappers and singers in the US hip-hop scene. Notably, 50 Cent joins forces with Tory Lanez on the impactful “Pieces,” which cleverly samples the instrumental from the classic NAS track, “The Message.” Future makes his mark on “Real Thing,” while Wiz Khalifa and Mansa team up on “Hillside,” and NAV contributes to the infectious groove of “Dance For Me.” This star-studded list of features adds depth and coherence to the project, making it a must-listen.

Throughout this second opus, Tory Lanez treats us to high-quality R&B, set against driving production, all while maintaining a sense of calm and confidence. The album offers a diverse range of rhythms, with tracks like “Hypnotized” showcasing dance-worthy beats that keep the energy flowing.

Tory Lanez, who now finds himself collaborating with heavyweights in the American hip-hop scene, first captured the public’s attention in 2015 with his hit single “Say It.” This captivating track, where the Ontario-based rapper and singer showcased his allure, resonated with a wide range of listeners. It was a part of his 2016 album “I Told You,” which featured 14 tracks and brought together numerous talented beatmakers. This album also included standout tunes like “Luv” and “All The Girls.” Tory Lanez has been an active force in the music scene since 2009, with earlier projects like the mixtape “Lost Cause” in 2014, featuring 12 compelling tracks. Since then, he has received acclaim not only from his dedicated audience but also from prestigious awards ceremonies. He was awarded “Best New Hip Hop Artist of the Year” at the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards and received Grammy Awards nominations, cementing his status as a rising star in the hip-hop world.