“Say It” is a track by Canadian rapper Tory Lanez. First released during his “Fargo Fridays” series, it would later become the first single from his debut album I Told You. It had been certified Platinum by the RIAA and peaked at #23 on the Billboard “Hot 100” chart, making it one of his most successful singles after 2016’s “Luv.”
Produced by Andrew “Pop” Wansel, the track samples Brownstone’s 1994 hit “If You Love Me.”
Music critic Rick Florino said of the track:
[It] sees him confidently embrace this inimitable and infectious style. It’s airy drip transfixes just before building into an undeniable refrain. Somewhere between The Weeknd’s nocturnal decadence and Future’s space ruckus, Tory Lanez rules supreme. It’s ultimately enigmatic and engaging at every turn. However, you really just need to listen to it for yourself.
Take a Listen Below…