Tory Lanez Drops New Music Video for “Hurts Me” featuring Yoko Gold and Trippie Redd
Canadian rapper Tory Lanez has dropped a new music video for “Hurts Me” on November 15, 2023.
The video is a sequel to the previous music video for “The Color Violet”.
The song was released on June 22, featuring Toronto-based R&B singer-songwriter Yoko Gold and American rapper Trippie Redd.
Initially, Tory Lanez recorded the song for his seventh studio album “Alone At Prom” in 2021, but the song did not appear on the album.
He ended up finishing the song in June 2023.
The track was written by Tory Lanez, Trippie Redd, Yoko Gold and Chaz Jackson. Produced by Yoko Gold and Chaz Jackson.
The song will appear on the deluxe edition of his 2021 album “Alone at Prom”, which is due out this Friday (November 17th).
Also, the song was featured on Trippie Redd's bonus version of “A Love Letter To You 5”, which was released back in August.
- Tory Lanez is currently serving a 10-year sentence in prison. The song was released from the prison.
Back in June, he shared on social media when the song was released, “To my Family, my Friends and to the Umbrellas World Wide I want y'all to know I haven't lost my faith in God and that I'm in high spirits. I'm praying for the best and remain confident that God will bring me through this. I have spent the last 7 months rehabilitating my mind, my body and my soul. Though I came to jail a good person, I will leave as a great person. I've turned this jail cell into my work office. I will continue the legacy of the Umbrella from here or anywhere else, I won't let anything stop me from being a positive light and a help to those in need. With that being said, all things One Umbrella will now be promoted on my main page through my team at my command. New music, merch, and updates start dropping tonight.”
After being sentenced to 10 years in prison for a shooting incident, he posted a message to Instagram, “To The Umbrellas, I have never let a hard time intimidate me I will never never let no jail time eliminate me Regardless of how they try to spin my words, I have always maintained my innocence and I always will. This week in court I took responsibility for all verbal and intimate moments that I shared with the parties involved.... That's it. In no way shape or form was I apologizing for the charges I'm being wrongfully convicted of. I remain on the stance that I refuse to apologize for something that I did not do. I've faced adversity my whole life and every time it looked like I would lose, I came out on top. This is nothing but another moment where my back is against the wall and I refuse to stop fighting till I come out victorious. Tough times don't last, tough people do. To my family, friends and umbrellas thank you for your continued support. See you soon.”
- source : Apple Music