Young Tory is one of the freshest new artist to rise from the Toronto area. Delivering his new video single for "Fast," Yung Tory gives fans a glimpse into just how much of the fast life he's living these days. The debut falls quickly behind his 2017 mixtape entitled Free Dope 2—a mixtape comprised of songs described as being the perfect companion for a smoke break or function with friends. Signed to Lil Durk's Only The Family label, Tory says that he's outgrown the negativity, and that now he's in the midst of shedding his old image for a new one. It's all about positive vibes now he exclaims.
His new video, which is sprinkled with purple and green money falling from the sky shows the Jamaican-Canadian rapper in his new-found element. Surrounded by his liquor of choice, Tory is all smiles as he raps about living his best life.
Despite being born and raised in Toronto, he's also spent a chunk of his life in Atlanta where he's actively a vegan and Rastafarian. Sticking to a strict regiment of a religious diet and rasta lifestyle, Tory aims to uphold the religion's spiritual tradition in his music. With a heavy influence from seasoned rappers like Lil Wayne, 50 Cent, and Dipset, the only direction this newcomer sees himself going is up.