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Tory Lanez brings the I Told You Tour to NYC

The Toronto artist linked with Cash Money representative Jacquees for a packed show.

Biserka Livaja // Corbis

Tory Lanez, the rapper/singer from Toronto, has had a steady but exciting 2016. He released his debut album, I Told You, back in August, and since then he’s been on a roll. He has decided to hit the road alongside some other musical talents such as Cash Money artist Jacquees and Reggae artist Kranium for the I Told You Tour. The tour made its stop in NYC doing back-to-back shows at Irving Plaza.

Irving Plaza was a madhouse Friday, December 9 and Saturday, December 10 for the I Told You Tour. Fans lined up to see Jacquees and Tory Lanez, the versatile artist who brings more than enough energy and enthusiasm to his performances. Jacquees hit the stage to perform some of his well-known records such as “B.E.D.,” “Bounce,” “Hot Girl,” “New Wave,” and “Body Right”. He kept the crowd entertained with his singing and dancing and then concluded his set with “Persian Rugs” and “Set It Off.”

Lanez then made his way to the stage and opened up his set with “Makaveli,” his highly energetic intro from his mixtape The New Toronto. The rapper/singer continued to showcase an intense level of energy by jumping over the front bannister and crowdsurfing. His set played on as he performed his “Controlla” remix, “Say It,” which was the first single from his debut album, and “Lord Knows,” the intro from Meek Mill’s second album Dreams Worth More Than Money. In true Tory Lanez fashion, he climbed up the balcony bannister and entertained the crowd while hanging upside down. He used this to close out his show, performing “Diego” and “Litty.”

The I Told You Tour makes its next stop in Maryland. Find out if the Tory Lanez show is making a stop in your city soon.

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