Tory Lanez Walks on Top of Fans While Performing “Litty”
Tory Lanez takes his performances to the extreme. If you didn't know that before, you will after seeing video from one of the Toronto rapper's recent shows.
Launching into a performance of Meek Mill's DC4 single, "Litty," a song which Lanez himself features on, Lanez began walking on top of the hands of fans in the crowd. We've all heard of "crowd-surfing," but crowd-walking feels a good bit crazier. With bits of flashing red lights and the booming sounds of Meek's "Litty" instrumental playing in the background, it's an electric scene from what looks like a pretty dope set.
This clip pops up just a bit over a week after Lanez served up a new tune by the name of "Talk to Me," a Rich The Kid-assisted cut that continues his streak of melodic bangers seemingly made for the summer. Before that, he dropped off a track called "Pa Mi," which finds the rapper singing in Spanish as he teams with reggaeton crooner, Ozuna. The track is the first song from his forthcoming Latin album. Should be dope.
Getting back to his recent performance, though, check out Lanez walk on top of a crowd in the video below. Be on the look out for more new Lanez music when you're done with that.
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