Tory Lanez Shares ‘Love Me Now’ Album Release Date and Cover Art
Tory Lanez has an official release date for his new LP. The "Say It" artist shared the creative cover art and release date for his upcoming third album, Love Me Now, on his Instagram last Friday (Oct. 12).
"LoVE mE NOw - OCT 26," he wrote as the Instagram caption along with the cover art of a puppet created to look like Tory and Tory himself seated inside The Brady Bunch-themed squares.
In another post on Oct. 15, Tory shows himself controlling a puppet. "Don’t become their puppet . 💔 #LoveMeNow ? 10-26-18," the post was captioned.
The cover art is a tribute to the '70's sitcom The Brady Brunch. Two of the boxes features Tory looking surprised and focused. The other six boxes shows a puppet that appears to be Tory.
When speaking to Beats 1 Radio, the rapper explained that he found inspiration while he was working on his last project.
"I was working on my last album Memories Don’t Die and I was making a lot of that music in the fall," he began. "And then, you know, I live in Miami so once, you know, the weather started getting warmer, I felt like, I wish I had a whole another compilation of music just for this hot summer."
Love Me Now will feature guest appearances from Chris Brown, Bryson Tiller, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, 2 Chainz, Lil Baby, Gunna and PnB Rock. Tory also announced that he has a song with the late XXXTentacion.
"I got a song with @xxxtentacion on #LoveMeNow !!" the "Numbers Out the Gym," the rapper tweeted yesterday (Sept. 3). Tory spoke out after X was murdered on June 18, and shouted him out during a show at Denver's Summit Music Hall. "I'm taking a fucking second of silence for a lost fallen soldier that we lost today. Let's all take a little five to ten ten second set of silence."
Check out Tory Lanez's Love Me Now cover art below and be on the lookout for the album on Oct. 26.
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