Yung Tory has been consistently dropping music since he solidified his position in the Toronto rap industry early 2017. As 2018 unfolds, he continues this pattern of delivering plenty of content by releasing the visuals for Drink Alone and appearing in the new visuals for his year-old collaboration with young Toronto rapper/producer Dutch Revz.
Last year Yung Tory made his mark in the Toronto hip-hop scene by becoming an OTF artist and releasing a Lil Durk remix to his banger Run It Up. The Mississauga native then followed up the Run It Up remix and news of him joining Durk’s OTF with his debut project–Free Dope. Throughout the year he became one of the Toronto artist with the most videos and songs released in 2017.
In the the third quarter of the year Tory followed up Free Dope with it’s sequel–“Free Dope 2”. The sequel included two new Lil Durk features and Yung Tory did not hesitate to start dropping music videos for his new mixtape. On the same month of his mixtape release he dropped the visuals for “Never” followed by the videos for “Came Up” featuring OTF Key, “Cooler” and on the last day of 2017 he dropped the visuals for “Drink Alone”.
As if that wasn’t enough, the young Mississauga OTF representative also appears in the new video release for his feature on Dutch Revz’s year-old track “Change Me”.