Tory Lanez Reportedly Booked For Reggae Sumfest 2017

Canadian Rapper Tory Lanez has apparently been reserved during the current year’s arranging of Reggae Sumfest.

As indicated by sources near the occasion, Josef Bogdanovich and his group secured the “Bodmon” rapper not long ago however won’t share the declaration until after easter when they formally begin their battle for the Music Festival.

Tory Lanez had three hit dancehall singles a year ago, his performance track “LUV” which tests veteran Jamaican dancehall vocal couple Tanto Metro and Devonte’s 1997 single ‘Everybody Falls In Love.’ Lanez then collaborated with Kranium for ‘We Can’ and Sean Paul with ‘Tek Weh Yuh Heart’

Reggae Sumfest is set for July 16-22 in Montego Bay, Jamaica.