Tory Lanez has been teasing his sophomore album all summer, and we're one step closer to getting our ears on the anticipated project. The Toronto singer reveals the official title for his upcoming album, which is slated to be Memories Don't Die.

The project follows in the footsteps of his debut album, I Told You, which he dropped late last year. So far, there's no official release date for his upcoming project, but back in August, Lanez revealed that he was "done" with the album, and that he was waiting for it to be cleared by his label and the artwork to be completed. It should hit our ears in the near future.

If you recall, the Canadian hitmaker also previously told fans that there is a song on the new album that "lays everything on the table" called "Hard to Say."

“There is a verse on my new album called “Hate to Say” that’s 4:30 seconds of me laying everything on the table ….#Iconic,” Lanez explained on social media. “So proud of the music on the album , no lie I freestyled my whole first album. Now the pen is back on paper day1 fans know what i mean.I really forgot how nice I am with a pen and paper .. WOW .. album 2 is not a fuck around ting.”

Tory has been working hard all year to provide new material for fans, and most recently starred in Busta Rhymes' "Girlfriend" music video, which took place in Jamaica.

See the album title announcement from Tory Lanez in the tweet from the entertainer below.

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