PREMIERE: Vory “Do That Shit”
The Lousiville slugger strikes again
“My music is inspired by real life,” says Lousiville, Kentucky’s own Vory, who made his mark on the game with last year’s Overdose project. The title track’s fusion of R&B and trap sounds got heavy rotation on OVO Radio. He also collabed on the Bryson Tiller tracks “Don’t” and “Break Bread.”
Vory (formerly King Vory) is currently prepping the Lucky Me EP, due later this fall, with a first single “Try“—creted with his peoples Roofeo and Karl and Resource—already bubbling online. Today MASS APPEAL proudly premieres “Do That Shit,” the second single from the new project.
“I created this song based off of a past relationship,” the artist explains. “It was toxic and I’d always ask ‘Why do you do this shit?’. Lesson is: Don’t play with my love.” The weekend starts as soon as you press play.