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Tory Lanez might be one of the most versatile artists in the game today. The Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer is capable of crafting syrupy pop hits then turn around and come with some of the hardest trap bangers.

Ever since hitting mainstream popularity with his 2015 single “Say It” off I Told You, Tory Lanez has been in regular rotation and a staple on the charts. Whether it his Chixtape, collaboration with high profile trap rappers or creating R&B smashes, Tory has something for everybody.

From his debut album, I Told You, to his mixtape, The New Toronto 3, to his latest release, 2022’s Sorry 4 What, we look at the rankings for Tory Lanez’s first week album sales.

Sorry 4 What

Released: September 30, 2022

Label: One Umbrella

First week album sales: 23,000

Billboard 200 position: 11

Singles: N/A

Features: A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Yoko Gold

Daystar

Released: April 10, 2020

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 36,000

Billboard 200 position: 10

Singles: N/A

Features: Yoko Gold

I Told You

Released: August 19, 2016

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 52,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Say It”, “Luv”

Features: N/A

Memories Don’t Die

Released: March 2, 2018

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 54,000

Billboard 200 position: 3

Singles: “Shooters”, “Skrt Skrt”, “Real Thing”

Features: Future, Nav, 50 Cent, Wiz Khalifa and Fabolous

Love Me Now?

Released: October 26, 2018

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 54,000

Billboard 200 position: 4

Singles: “Talk to Me”, “Keep in Touch”, “Ferris Wheel”

Features: Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Rich the Kid, Lil Baby, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Trippie Redd, Nav, Gunna and Bryson Tiller

The New Toronto 3

Released: April 10, 2020

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 64,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Broke in a Minute”, “Do the Most”, “Who Needs Love”

Features: Mansa and Lil Tjay

Chixtape 5

Released: November 15, 2019

Label: Mad Love, Interscope

First week album sales: 83,000

Billboard 200 position: 2

Singles: “Jerry Sprunger”

Features: Jagged Edge, T-Pain, Chris Brown, The-Dream, Mýa, Ashanti, Trey Songz, Lil Wayne, Fabolous

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