Tory Lanez Explains Why "KJM" Wasn't Officially Titled "Kendall Jenner Music"

The Toronto musician drew inspiration from the reality show supermodel.

(AllHipHop News) Tory Lanez's latest album, Love Me Now?, closes with a track named "KJM." During an interview with Ebro Darden for Beats 1 radio, Lanez explained the meaning of the acronym.

"[It means] Kendall Jenner Music. I couldn't put that in there. It was like a copyright issue, so I just called it 'KJM,'" stated the Canadian singer/rapper. "The video is really want inspired the name."

Lanez continued, "I put the song out as a video originally. In the video, everything was real private, a bunch of private jets, everything was real elegant but it was real stylish too. So I called it 'Kendall Jenner Music.'"

Love Me Now? landed at #4 on the Billboard 200 chart with 54,000 first-week units. The project also gave Tory his second #1 on the Top Rap Albums chart.

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