On Tory Lanez’ last feature, the T-Dot singer and emcee made the surprising announcement that he’d fallen in love. That evidently didn’t work out, as he’s back to his playeriffic ways on follow-up EP single Icey Dicey. Maurice Griffin‘s chilly synths back the artist as he flaunts his jewelry and his expensive whip, hoping to persuade a dime piece or two to jump into his ride. But he’s not fixing to get it in with just anyone. As he emphasizes on the back, a woman’s gotta work to win his affection: “You can’t just f**k me for free. I might let you f**k.” This bold and arrogant selection is just one of many bangers to be found on the artist’s Conflicts of My Soul EP, dropping digitally on Thursday, August 8.
Written by richard on 07/31/13
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