Tory Lanez is known to infuse the Caribbean sound into his music. Now, the Canadian crooner links up with Jamaican-born Kranium for their new "We Can" video.

Throughout the three-and-a-half, Zac Facts-directed video, Tory and Kranium sip Royal Elite vodka and hit the dance floor with fine ladies. On his verse, Tory uses the same Patois dialect he perfected on his "Bodmon Song."

On "We Can," Lanez sings, "Top down and I'm on the way now/We sippin Henny for the whole day now/She know wah me want fi do a little bit a me pon you/And you know that I been rolling round I go the round like Tyson/Know seh we Deh pon a one night thing no husband and wife ting." You can check out the "We Can" video above via YouTube.

In other Tory Lanez-related news, the 24-year-old artist recently showed his respect for his elder statesman in the game, Lil Wayne. “LIL WAYNE WILL DIE THE BEST RAPPER OF HIS TIME and ERA,” Tory tweeted. “Niggas gotta stop the bullshit and give the man his credit.”

In terms of music, Tory opened 2017 in a major way, delivering two brand new mixtapes The New Toronto 2 and Chixtape 4. The former project consists of 13 songs with guest verses from Rick Ross and A$AP Ferg. The latter body of work is dope for its use of early 2000s hip-hop instrumentals.

As aforementioned, you can watch the "We Can" visual above on YouTube.

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