Tory Lanez Blackballed – In recent years, Tory Lanez’s career has been marked by a significant amount of both successes and failures. Many people are under the impression that the Canadian rapper’s music has been removed from certain playlists on streaming services because of his ongoing legal battle against Megan Thee Stallion and his recent physical altercation with August Alsina. These problems include the fact that the rapper is scheduled to stand trial for both of these matters.
Why Is Tory Lanez Being Blackball?
Tory discussed his ongoing dispute with Megan and how it allegedly prompted the industry to blackball him in a recent appearance on Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club. Tory’s comments were made throughout the discussion. The Canadian rapper in a statement said “I know that a lot of people’s opinions have changed, up and down, about me. It’s not of me to be a judge or be playing God’s role in judging people. I forgive everybody. I don’t forget, but I forgive.”
In addition to this, he disclosed that record labels prevented musicians from cooperating with him, and award programs did not nominate any of his work. The star of “Say It” also revealed that several companies have terminated their endorsement arrangements with him during the past two years. On Monday, he got down with DJ Akademiks to further elaborate on his present standing in the industry. During their conversation, he shared, “It’s a bitter sweet thing.
Why Did Tory Lanez Said, “It Hurt My Heart”?
The rapper confessed that it hurts his feelings when he put out albums like Alone At Prom and see that in the first week they barely sell 17,000 copies. He also added that when he thinks back on that album, the fact that it has 170 million streams despite not being included on any playlists brings a smile to his face and makes his heart sing with delight.
— DJ Akademiks (@Akademiks) October 3, 2022
Tory isn’t the first rapper to allege that the industry has been trying to exclude him as of late, though. Recently, DJ Akademiks suggested that Ebro of Hot 97 had discriminated against DaBaby on account of his personal feelings. “Da Baby’s ‘Blame it on Baby,’ the artist’s final release in 2020, sold 124 thousand copies in the first week. His new endeavor, which will not receive support from Ebro’s Apple Music, is expected to bring in fewer than 20,000 subscribers, according to a tweet by Ak.
Tory Lanez album, Sorry 4 What at No. 1
Tory Lanez, a rapper and singer who has been nominated for a Grammy and who has stirred up controversy, released his newest album, Sorry 4 What, on September 30, 2022. The album opened at No. 1 on Apple Music’s Top Albums chart. The twenty-track project only includes two guest appearances, one each from Yoko Gold and A Boogie with da Hoodie.
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