Maurice Griffin and Tory Lanez

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.

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