DRip Drip Drip

Tory Lanez & Meek Mill Unite For “DRip Drip Drip” (Review & Stream)


Anybody else expected something epic here?

Tory Lanez, my favorite artist right now, is working hard this year. He is expected to drop two albums in the next coming months, with one of them being an all Latin one. The regular one, Love Me Now, is slated to release next week, and our guy is doing his due diligence to get us hyped for it by releasing a few singles off of it. Today, one of the biggest tracks from the album hit the waves, and it features Meek Mill.

“DRip Drip Drip” reminds me a lot of “B.I.D.” from Tory’s previous album: It has lots of energy attached to it, it’s repetitive, and the lyrical content you get from Tory is mighty savage. He also doesn’t go deep in his bag singing-wise, opting to bring out his ‘huffing and puffing’ style of vocals.

Meek has the last verse, and on it, he does his best impersonation of Tory. He sings throughout, but that doesn’t stop him from talking about his choppers, racks or slutty women he’s dabbling in. Ah, classic Meek!

I say Meek and Tory do a joint album together.




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