Tory Lanez is no tyro in the world of freestyles. The Canadian rapper has released a couple of them already. And speaking about freestyles, he has been ambitious in his choices. Back in April this year, he had released a cover of Wizkid‘s “Soco” and Davido‘s “Fall.“
“Pop Out Freestyle (Playboy Mix),” it may interest you, actually mirror’s Polo G‘s and Lil Tjay‘s “Pop Out,” but can stand on its own as a work of art, a fine one, mind you – one that should get the fans talking and has been doing just that.
By the way, “Pop Out Freestyle (Playboy Mix)” is not your usual surprise drop, as Tory Lanez, who Nate Smallz had featured on “Good Love” back in June, informed his Instagram followers about it, making them a part of the process.
This is nothing new about the “What Happened To The Kids” rapper, though, as he has a tradition of taking his fans along, always acknowledging their roles in his success as a musician. Who would forget when he bought a Bentley and thanked his fans for making it possible?
That’s not all. He’s taking his relationship with his fans even further this time, as he now plans to have fans dictate the pace of his releases.