The Tory Lanez takeover is in full swing, just in time for the summer. The Canadian singer/rapper teams with Quavo and Tyga for a potential strip-club anthem in the Nik Dean-produced "Broke Leg," which arrived on streaming services Friday (May 31), along with the tune's video just hours later.
After holding down the chorus, Lanez moves into a raunchy opening verse. "I see lil mama in here twerkin' like she don't work a job/ She let me touch that body like I work in massage/ Oh, she in her late 30s? She a bad lil bitch/ All that age shit don't matter, not a tad lil bit/ I take 'em 20, take 'em 30, take 'em 50 years old," he raps.
Quavo takes the baton and reflects on the Stripper Bowl thrown by his Quality Control label in Atlanta, which had dancers rake in a reported $3 million for the night. "Bitch, you already know how my gang roll/ If they pull up we turn it to the stripper bowl/ She with that shit, can she do it with a stick/ Big banana, can she do it on a split," Huncho rhymes.
Tyga hops in on cleanup duty following O.T. Genesis' interpolation of Juvenile's classic "Back That Azz Up." "And my diamonds so loud, baguettes sing like Adele/ Got your hooker on the sale, think I'm pimpin' for real/ And these bitches love me, 'cause I ain't kissin' and tell/ If I ever make a wish, I ain't wishin' 'em well/ Sold your soul for some clout, you ain't never gon' sell," T-Raww brags.
Tory Lanez is keeping busy with plans for another Chixtape, his Spanish album, and the New Toronto compilation project all still in the works for 2019.