Tory Lanez and Dave East link up again, this time for their Triple-A produced joint, "Out Of Center." Plus, another singer/songwriter/rapper, Bryson Tiller joins forces with Young Thug for "Get Mine."
Returning from a brief hiatus, Bryson Tiller teams up with Atlanta's Young Thug to tease his sophomore album 'True To Self,' with "Get Mine" and two other RnB heavy singles; "Somethin' Tells Me" and "Honey."
On "Get Mine," the Louisville native shows a grittier side, giving us RnB-Trap vibes as he raps about betrayal, his glow up, and trying to protect his young daughter.
'True To Self' is due June 23, but until then, check out each of the three gifted singles below!
As Tory Lanez prepares for his 'Swave Session' mixtape release, the Toronto native linked with Harlem's Dave East for "Out Of Center," a track Lanez warned us about a few weeks ago on twitter.
Made some fire wit @DaveEast
— Tory Lanez #SWAVEY (@torylanez) April 29, 2017
The all-new original song is soulful and smooth as butter; where each take turns, rapping back and forth. East bodies the first verse off rip, speaking on his past, and then pulls a crazier flow out of Lanez, who lyrically spazzes, reminding us of that 2012 'Sincerely Tory.'
Lanez and East have given us a collab that you can't ignore. Check out the new tune below!
An accompanying video appears to be on the way soon, per the East's below Instagram post.
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