10 Best Tory Lanez Songs of All Time (2023)

Let’s talk about Tory Lanez, the talented singer/rapper who shook up the industry with his debut album I Told You back in 2016. Since then, he’s been known for his Chixtape series, where he puts his own spin on classic R&B tracks by artists like Aaliyah, Usher, and Ashanti. He’s also collaborated with big names like Chris Brown, G-Eazy, and Meek Mill, releasing six studio albums along the way.

Recently, Lanez has been keeping a low profile after a legal battle with Megan Thee Stallion over a 2020 shooting incident. But despite the controversy, his music speaks for itself. So, without further ado, here are 10 of his best songs.

10. “Broke In A Minute” ‘The New Toronto 3’ (2020)

Tory Lanez’s “Broke In A Minute” from his mixtape ‘The New Toronto 3’ is a banger you don’t want to miss. The song was dropped as the first single from the project, with “Do the Most” and “Who Needs Love” coming in later. Interestingly, this was Lanez’s final project before he parted ways with Interscope.

If you haven’t checked out the video for “Broke In A Minute” yet, you’re missing out. Lanez is flexing big stacks of cash and showing off his lavish purchases. The track’s heavy bass beat was expertly crafted by the talented Papi Yerr.

Overall, “Broke In A Minute” is a must-listen for anyone who loves a catchy tune and some braggadocious lyrics. Don’t forget to give it a spin!

9. “Hate To Say” ‘Memories Don’t Die’ (2018)

In the song, the Toronto rapper dishes out on some of his past beefs with industry heavyweights like Drake, Eric Bellinger, Pi’erre Bourne, and Travis Scott. Tory even opened up about his clash with Scott, saying “we almost threw down at a festival over some stuff we disagreed on. I may have even instigated it a bit too much, to be honest.”

One of the surprising elements of “Hate To Say” is the sample from One Direction’s hit “You & I”. Tory and his producer Christian Lou have been tight for a while, and Lou just knew that the Zayn sample would be perfect for Tory. But before releasing the song, they had to get clearance from One Direction.

‘Memories Don’t Die’ came out swinging, debuting at No. 3 on the US Billboard 200 chart. With “Hate To Say” and other bangers on the album, it’s easy to see why Tory is one of the hottest rappers around right now.

8. “Can I? Kehlani ft. Tory Lanez ‘It Was All Good Until It Wasn’t’ (2020)

If you’re a fan of Kehlani, you’re probably familiar with her 2020 album ‘It Was All Good Until It Wasn’t’ – and if you’re not, you should definitely give it a listen! One of the standout tracks from the album is “Can I?” featuring Tory Lanez. It’s got a smooth R&B vibe and catchy chorus that make it a fan favorite.

However, things got a bit complicated when it came to light that Lanez was allegedly involved in the shooting of Megan Thee Stallion. As a result, Kehlani made the decision to remove Lanez’s verse from the deluxe version of the album. While you can still hear his contribution in the music video, he doesn’t actually appear in the visual itself.

It’s worth noting that Kehlani and Megan have collaborated before – you can hear Megan on Kehlani’s “Real Hot Girl Skit” on ‘It Was All Good Until It Wasn’t,’ and the two have previously worked together on Megan’s “Hit My Phone.” So while “Can I?” may have a complicated history, it’s still a great track that’s worth checking out.

7. “Still Be Friends” G-Eazy ft. Tory Lanez and Tyga ‘These Things Happen Too’ (2021)

If you’re a fan of G-Eazy, Tory Lanez, or Tyga, then you definitely don’t want to miss out on this dope track called “Still Be Friends.” This banger can be found on G-Eazy’s 2021 album ‘These Things Happen Too.’ The Bay Area rapper teams up with Tory Lanez and fellow West Coast rapper Tyga to bring you this hit.

In “Still Be Friends,” the trio takes turns spitting rhymes about asking their partners if they can still have a “friends with benefits” situation going on. They do this because their partners don’t want to do one-night stands. “Diamond in the rough, Uncut Gems/ She not my girlfriend though, we just friends,” raps Eazy.

If you’re a fan of G-Eazy and Tory Lanez, then you might be familiar with the fact that this isn’t their first time collaborating. Actually, “Still Be Friends” marks their fifth collaboration together. They’ve previously worked together on tracks such as the “Been On” remix, “Drifting,” Phora’s “For You,” and Blac Youngsta’s “Cut Up” remix.

So, if you’re in the mood for some hot new tunes to add to your playlist, go ahead and give “Still Be Friends” a listen. You won’t be disappointed!

6. “Talk To Me” ft Rich The Kid ‘Love Me Now?’ (2018)

Have you heard “Talk To Me” by Tory Lanez featuring Rich The Kid? It’s a banger from 2018 that both artists collaborated on. The lyrics talk about their attempt to win a woman’s heart. It was so good that it became the lead single for Lanez’s ‘Love Me Now?’ album.

The music video for “Talk To Me” features a cameo from New York rapper 6ix9ine. Lanez explained to Vibe that they shot the video in Los Angeles, and 6ix9ine happened to be around. They hit it off and he ended up making an appearance. Pretty cool, huh?

Although the song only peaked at No. 43 on the US Billboard Hot 100, it’s still a catchy tune that you should definitely give a listen.

5. “Money Over Fallouts” ‘Daystar’ (2020)

So, have you heard the latest track from Tory Lanez? It’s called “Money Over Fallouts” and it’s making waves for sharing his side of the Megan Thee Stallion shooting case. The song starts off with a montage of media coverage of the incident, followed by Megan briefly speaking about the shooting before Lanez starts rapping.

In the track, Lanez denies the allegations against him and accuses Megan’s team of trying to frame him. He raps, “Megan people tryna frame me for a shootin’/But them boys ain’t clean enough/I see how they teamin’ up, watchin’ and I’m calculatin’/Gotta keep it quiet, I can’t jeopardize the outcome waitin’.”

After dropping the track, Lanez took to Twitter to defend his decision to speak out. He wrote, “There is a time to stay silent. And a time to speak… I said all I could say on this.”

The song has sparked a lot of controversy and mixed reactions from fans and the public. Some people feel that Lanez shouldn’t have spoken out about the incident, while others believe he has the right to share his side of the story.

Either way, “Money Over Fallouts” is definitely a track to listen to if you want to stay up to date on the latest developments in the Megan Thee Stallion shooting case.

4. “Jerry Sprunger” ft. T. Pain ‘Chixtape 5’ (2019)

If you’re a fan of Tory Lanez or T-Pain, you don’t want to miss their collab in “Jerry Sprunger”. This track is part of Lanez’s fifth mixtape series called ‘Chixtape’, and it’s got a cool vibe you’ll love. T-Pain’s in on the action, adding his unique touch to the song that samples his 2005 hit single “I’m Sprung”.

“Jerry Sprunger” isn’t the first time these two artists have worked together – you might remember T-Pain’s “Getcha Roll On” from his ‘1UP’ album in 2019. But if you haven’t heard “Jerry Sprunger” yet, you’re missing out!

3. “LUV” ‘I Told You’ (2016)

If you’re looking for some smooth R&B beats to get you moving, look no further than Tory Lanez’s debut album ‘I Told You’ and his hit track “LUV”. The song samples the classic dancehall track “Everyone Falls In Love” by Tanto Metro and Devonte, giving it a fresh twist that’s sure to get your head nodding.

When “LUV” was released in 2016, it quickly climbed the charts, peaking at No. 19 on the Billboard Hot 100. It’s no surprise that the song received a nomination for Best R&B Song at the 59th Grammy Awards – with its catchy rhythm and Lanez’s smooth vocals, it’s the perfect addition to any playlist.

2. “The Take” ft. Chris Brown ‘Chixtape 5’ (2019)

If you’re a fan of Tory Lanez’s “Chixtapes,” you’ve probably jammed out to “The Take” featuring the one and only Chris Brown. Although, did you know that Tory was initially unsure about including the track on the album? According to him, “Take You Down” is such a lovemaking classic that he wanted to make sure he did something different with his rendition of the song. He even admits that the production on the second half of the track is his favorite part.

If you haven’t heard “The Take” yet, you’re in for a treat. Tory Lanez samples Chris Brown’s 2007 hit “Take You Down,” which makes sense since this is the eighth time the two have teamed up on a song. The most recent collab before this one was on Breezy’s 10th studio album ‘Bad Then A Beach.’

1. “Say It” ‘I Told You’ (2016)

Canadian rapper Tory Lanez dropped his debut album ‘I Told You’ in 2016, and the lead single “Say It” quickly became a hit. The track samples Brownstone’s “If You Love Me” and it’s a vibe you won’t want to miss. 

In fact, “Say It” topped both the US Billboard R&B Hip-Hop Airplay Chart and US Billboard Rhythmic chart – talk about taking the charts by storm! Although it peaked at No. 10 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart and No. 23 on the US Billboard Hot 100, there’s no denying that this song is a total bop.

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