Several Canadians made rather impressive waves in 2015. Songstress Alessia Cara notched a top-20 single with “Here,” while producers Wondagurl and Eestbound created a lot of havoc with their backdrop for Travi$ Scott’s “Antidote.” The Weeknd essentially owned pop music in 2015. And last, but most certainly not least, Tory Lanez broke out with his contribution to Meek Mill’s “Lord Knows” and his own hit “Say It,” which has cracked the Billboard Top 100 and is at the time of this piece tops on Urban Radio.
Returning to his Fargo Fridays series, the same that debuted “Say It,” Lanez reveals a new single “Traphouse.” With guest vocals from Nyce and production by Play Picasso and Sergio R, the song is deceptively dark; Tory employs a Weeknd-esque sound to wax poetics about unscrupulous women, untrustworthy men and the like, before kicking them all out of his comfort zone Jazzy Jeff-style.
Tory also dropped a video for “Traphouse,” which can be seen below.