Tory Lanez has every so often fiddled with the melodic invasion, having recently fixed 2018 with a couple of collections, different highlights, and an EP of diss tracks. This year, the flexible Canadian lyricist seems increasingly estimated in his methodology, working off camera on his next undertaking.
Today, his up and coming single “Melee” has surfaced in a couple of worldwide markets, which implies that Tory’s most recent is likely coursing among the indirect access channels. So as to give the individuals who have heard it a stage for discourse, call out in the remarks underneath.
Concerning the melody itself, “Melee” discovers Tory Lanez flexing over a woodwind-driven instrumental, handling the track with a “best of the two universes” approach.
Cadientially, he tries to exemplify the delicate swagger of “RnB Tory” with the razor-centered progression of “Bars Tory,” making for a final product that is simple on the years yet lethal on the psyche. Expressively, he selects to coast with a reflection on his grittier come-up, spitting about cook-ups, sweet-sweet vengeance, and the inconspicuous craft of finessing. Did Tory hold it down on this one?
I pull up in backstreets
Whipping the red like a banshee
Can’t fuck with these n***s, they shady
I knew they were fake when they dapped me
Took a L and put n***s in debt
You was gettin’ in front a n***a, running up and I had to go put up a check