Words by Elaine Menard
Tory Lanez meets Fivio Foreign in Brooklyn for their new single, ‘K LO K.’ The drill-inspired record is available today on all streaming services. Both artists shared behind-the-scenes videos and previews to their social media accounts, but we had no idea when it’ll see the light of day.
K LO K highlights Tory’s ability to jump on any track, whether it’s R&B, Hip-Hop, or Trap. Proving himself to be a well-rounded artist, and a force in the game when it comes to producing consistent hits. The video was shot by Nick Belotti and edited by the “Talk To Me” artist himself.
Fivio has been recruited for several tracks this year. Aside from his breakthrough single “Big Drip” taking over the New York airwaves and club scenes, he collaborated with Casanova and Smoove L for “Demons and Devils.” He followed up with a song titled “Deli” which is picking up some steam online. The Brooklyn rapper is without a doubt one of the most sought after rappers out of Brooklyn right now.
In Tory Lanez-related news, he has been on the lowkey grinding ever since threatening to expose Interscope Records. There hasn’t been any updates on the three-city Chixtape 5 tour that he announced a couple of months ago. But at least we have new music to bop to.
Did you hear the new song yet? Check it out below. The video will presumably drop any day now: