Tory Lanez and Rich The Kid team up. On Thursday (June 21), the two artists connected for a new tune by the name of "Talk to Me," a track that features crooning from Tory and outright spitting from Rich.

On the track, Tory sings about encounters with one of his ladies as he describes the life of a high-roller with enemies everywhere. "Talk to me baby (talk)/You's a prissy little missy, baby/I got one night for you baby (lit)/And so hop out the clothes, let 'em drop to the floor," he croons on the hook.

For his part, Rich keeps the same tone as Lanez, though he gets more playful in his actual bars. "Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah/I can make that pussy talk back/I can spoil you wit' these big racks/She got good head and she eat her cornbread," he raps on the Smash David-produced cut.

"Talk to Me" arrives about two weeks after Lanez unleashed "Pa Mi," the first offering from his Latin album with reggaeton star, Ozuna. On that particular track, the Toronto artist sings in Spanish. It seems that he will actually being doing that for the entirety of his new project with Ozuna. Should be pretty fire.

Focusing more on the present, check out "Talk to Me" below. Check out the dates for his Memories Don't Die Tour when you're done listening.

Tory Lanez's Memories Don't Die Tour Dates

June 22 – Kansas City, Mo. – The Truman
June 25 – Des Moines, Iowa – Wooly’s
June 26 – St. Louis, Mo. – Delmar Hall
June 27 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Intersection
July 1 – Chicago, Ill. – House of Blues
July 4 – Toronto, Canada – Rebel Complex
July 7 – Buffalo, N.Y. – Town Ballroom
July 8 – Boston, Mass. – House of Blues
July 11 – Quebec City, Canada – Quebec City International Summer Festival
July 13 – Montreal, Canada – M Telus
July 15 – New York, N.Y. – The Greatest Day Ever!
July 16 – Wallingford, Conn. – The Dome at Oakdale Theatre
July 18 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Theatre of Living Arts (TLA)
July 19 – Cleveland, Ohio – House of Blues
July 20 – Silver Spring, Md. – The Fillmore Silver Spring
July 21 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Mr. Small’s
July 23 – Wilmington, De. – The Queen
July 24 – Richmond, Va. – The National
July 25 – Norfolk, Va. – Norva
July 26 – Charlotte, N.C.– The Underground – Charlotte
July 27 – Raleigh, N.C. – Lincoln Theatre
July 29 – Greensboro, N.C. – The Cone Denim Entertainment Center
July 30 – Louisville, Ky. – Mercury Ballroom
July 31 – Nashville, Tenn. – Cannery Ballroom
Aug. 1 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Bogart’s
Aug. 3 – Memphis, Tenn. – New Daisy Theatre
Aug. 4 – Baton Rouge, La. – Varsity Theatre
Aug. 5 – Houston, Texas – House of Blues
Aug. 7 – Dallas, Texas – House of Blues
Aug. 8 – San Antonio, Texas – The Aztec Theater
Aug. 10 – Mobile, Ala. – Soul Kitchen
Aug. 11 – Birmingham, Ala. – Avondale Brewing Company

Tory Lanez via SoundCloud

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