In this day and age, it seems as though hating is a full-time job. Some haters like to go all Chappelle’s Show (Player Haters Ball) with it, taking pride in knocking someone else’s success. Haters of Tory Lanez, however, seem to take a different approach. They act all buddy-buddy with the T-Dot artist, but Lanez knows they really “Hate Me on the Low.” It’s not surprising that Lanez has accumulated numerous haters, as his potential is sky-high. He boasts a sung-rapped delivery some have deemed reminiscent of Drake and Kirko Bangz, but that comparison doesn’t do him justice. Over a haunting beat co-produced by Daniel Worthy and Tory himself, Lanez showcases a lyrical approach considerably edgier than the aforementioned artists’ styles. Hate Me on the Low will appear on Conflicts of My Soul, for which no drop date has been set. For more fresh tunes, peep his appearance alongside Elhae’s All Away.
Written by Lucas G. on 04/24/13
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