Tory Lanez hasn't been around the mainstream for long, but he is quickly rising to the top of the charts with his smooth voice and beats.
During an interview with iHeart Radio, Lanez revealed some background info on what his tattoos meant to him and why he got them.
He also has a huge ''1992'' numeral tattooed on his stomach. Inside the letters are angels playing music.
In fact, all of Tory Lanez's tattoos have a common theme. That theme is angels & music. When asked about it, Lanez talked about how God is important to him. At a young age, he lost his mother Luella, whose name he has tattooed above his music notes on his wrist. Since then, he viewed music as a way to express himself and as something he could turn to during the tough times he was facing.
In above picture, we can also see the acronym GABOS run down the side of his ear. The acronym means ''Gaming Based On Sympathy". He says he needs that reminder sometimes because of his big heart. He helps people and sometimes gives the benefit of the doubt to people with who he should cut ties with, but that's just how he is.
It's a woman creating the rings of Saturn with music. He explains how its hard to see but the woman's head is actually open and her head is creating the musical notes, and then creates the rings of Saturn which she sits on. He says it's kind of a reminder that music is what you make it.
He got 416 down his ear which represents the area code where he's from, Toronto.
''Live Life Love God'' is a piece he got across his chest. He explains that this is how he lives. Sometimes he's a good person, sometimes he's a bad person, but at the same time, he lives for God. In everything he does, he lives and loves God.
All in all, it's easy to see that Lanez is a firm believer in the almighty and breathes music, and he translates that to his body art. He gives credit to Imperial Inks for all the work.