Tory Lanez is gearing up to release the fifth installment of his popular Chixtape series, and he previewed a few of the songs for fans on Instagram Live Sunday night (Jan. 13).

As is customary with the mixtape series, Tory is flipping classic rap and R&B hits from the 2000s. This time around, the Toronto native is taking on tracks like Trey Songz's "Can't Help But Wait," Fabolous' "Trade It All" and as previously previewed, T-Pain's breakout hit, "I'm Sprung."

Pain and Tory linked up in the studio recently for Tory to play him the track, which coincidentally happened to be on the anniversary of the release of Pain's debut Rappa Ternt Sanga, at the same studio where he recorded the album in 2005.

"Oh my God, somebody get CSI: Miami on the phone," Pain said when he heard what Tory did with the song. "There's a body on the street."

The last installment of the Chixtape series dropped at the top of 2017, and featured appearances from Jacquees and Nyce, with flipped versions of Diddy's "I Need a Girl," R. Kelly's "Ignition," Mario's "Just a Friend," Fat Joe's "What's Luv," Ginuwine's "Differences" and more.

Apart from Chixtape 5, Tory Lanez is also working on a joint album with Meek Mill,as well as his Spanish album, El Agua. There is word on release dates for any of the projects just yet, however.

Listen to a preview of Chixtape 5 below. Are you looking forward to this one?

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