New Music: Tory Lanez – ‘Blue Jay Season’

Batter up. Back with another “Fargo Fridays” release, Tory Lanez knocks it out of the park on “Blue Jay Season,” inspired by his hometown baseball team.

Produced by Play Picasso, Lee.T, and Tory himself, the Toronto crooner allows his voice to echo with Auto-Tune throughout the clip. “Like the Blue Jays,” he rhymes. “New Toronto, bitch, we ballin’ on your Blu-rays / I’ve been mobbin’ ’round the city for like two days / Stashin’ all this dirty money in a suitcase.”

But “Blue Jay Season” actually sounds like a blend of two songs. The first, a more uptempo cut, molds into the second, more mellow version of the track near the end.

The Blue Jays anthem follows “Radar,” the DJ SpinKing collaboration that dropped earlier this week, and “Bodmon Song,” the solo “Fargo Fridays” cut that arrived last week.

While he’s dropping a slew of new music, he’s also celebrating accomplishments. Earlier this week, Tory noted “Luv’s” continued success.

“My record #Luv just passed 75 million streams on Spotify,” he tweeted. “This is crazy .. Thank u.”