Tory Lanez is back with another heater, "LUV" off of his upcoming debut album, I Told You.

"LUV" serves as the second single off of Lanez upcoming album, that's set to drop this summer. The first, "Say It," sampled 90s R&B group, Brownstone with their track, "If You Love Me." And on the new track, it seems that the 23-year-old rapper-singer is continuing to use '90s throwbacks for inspiration. This time it's Tanto Metro and Devonte’s “Everyone Falls in Love" from 1999.

The Benny Black and Cashmere Cat-produced song provides some smooth tones that are sure to get listeners in a love mode. Lanez, of course, also sings the famous lines from the original track. “Everyone falls in love sometime,” he says with Auto-Tune. “I don’t know about you, but it ain’t a crime.”

Lanez has had a busy year. As a fellow Toronto native, he's not only got high praise from Drake, he's also been making moves on his own. Along with touring with A$AP Ferg on the "Level Up Tour," Lanez hasn't been shy about releasing a slew of music. On top of the two mixtapes he dropped last Christmas, he also released music videos for a few songs including “Real Addresses,” “Line Up the Flex,” “Came for Me” and “L.A. Confidential.” Not to mention, he also signed with Interscope.

We can't wait to see what happens next for the up-and-comer. Check out the cover art for the single above and listen to the swoon-worthy track below.

Listen to Tory Lanez' Song "LUV"

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