Tory Lanez Shooters
If you’ve been following Tory Lanez for a while, you’d notice the rapper has a knack for storytelling. On his debut album I Told You, Lanez laced the 14-track effort with skits detailing his rise from homelessness to the top of charts — and with a new album in sight, the 25-year-old rapper is ready to unearth a new chapter.
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After feeding the streets with the imminent album’s first single “Shooters,” the Canadian native returns with the visual accompaniment, where he provides an alternative perspective on what would happen if victims of police brutality flip the script and seek revenge.
Senseless killings wrought by policemen are plaguing the African-American community and Tory begins the visual with a quote that reads, “Sometimes the only justice is injustice.” Tory and a friend are seen sneaking into a residential building to avenge the death of a cousin who was killed at the hands of a police officer and as the story unfolds, Tory quickly learns that violence only begets violence.
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