Tory Lanez Premieres “Say It,” Announces Deal With Benny Blanco

The Toronto crooner goes big for summer.

Toronto's Tory Lanez is going for it. Fresh off his Cruel Intentions collaborative EP with beat crew WEDIDIT, the rapper/crooner switches gears and delivers a full on R&B/pop ballad to set off his upcoming debut album on super producer Benny Blanco's Mad Love imprint. "Say It" is produced by Beat Construction alum Pop Wansel and lifts classic chords from Brownstone's 1994 hit "If You Love Me" to wring out new meaning and updated sonics. It worked for Jeremih, and this shit is way hotter. Grab the track here, and look out for Tory's debut album on Mad Love/Interscope early next year.

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Tory Lanez Premieres “Say It,” Announces Deal With Benny Blanco