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Tory Lanez Talks “Memories Don’t Die,” Nicki Minaj & More On The Breakfast Club

Tory Lanez released his Memories Don’t Die album on Friday and now he sits down for an interview on The Breakfast Club.

The Toronto artist speaks on the meaning of his LP’s title, friends betraying him, being racially profiled, developing his own identity in the hip hop industry, writing music for Travis Scott, working alongside 50 Cent on “Pieces,” squashing his beef with Drake, dropping Nicki Minaj’s verse off “Shooters,” not having many female friends, and more.

Watch below. Memories Don’t Die is available on Apple Music, iTunes, Spotify, and other digital services now. I’ve also included his recent conversation on Ebro In The Morning.

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