GloRilla and Cardi B, ‘Tomorrow 2’ – Picture: Courtesy of YouTube/CMG Data/Interscope Data
Memphis star GloRilla calls on the one and solely Cardi B for “Tomorrow 2,” which is out now by way of CMG Data and Interscope Data.
The addition of the Bronx famous person brings recent taste to GloRilla’s boisterous banger, which initially appeared on CMG Data’ compilation album, Gangsta Artwork. The duo additionally teamed as much as launch a fiery music video, the place GloRilla asserts her presence and flexes all over the place from Instances Sq. to Harlem.
On “Tomorrow 2,” GloRilla proves she will stand alongside her famous person counterpart, firing off quotable bars at will. She then turns the mic over to Cardi, who takes down haters — one rhyme at a time. “She say she my op, however I don’t know her, needed to look her up,” the famous person spits over menacing piano keys and slapping drums. “I been on these b_____s’ necks so lengthy my foot is caught.”
The accompanying video is a high-energy occasion with GloRilla and her women rolling by New York Metropolis, dancing on bodega counters and subway turnstiles. Cardi finally comes by to hitch in on the enjoyable, making for an explosive collaborative effort that was a very long time in making, particularly after the Bronx native co-signed GloRilla earlier this 12 months.
The monitor and video observe GloRilla’s breakthrough hit “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” which just lately received a remix that includes JT from Metropolis Ladies and Latto. Outdoors of the track’s success on radio, “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” sparked the viral #FNFChallenge on TikTok and earned GloRilla her first entry on the Billboard Sizzling 100. Most just lately, she dropped “Blessed,” which has already garnered a couple of million Spotify streams.
GloRilla has garnered widespread assist throughout the music business, receiving co-signs from Travis Scott, Saweetie, and plenty of extra. Along with being named Billboard’s July 2022 Chartbreaker, through which GloRilla detailed the backstory behind the creation of “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” she can also be featured in NY Magazine’s 2022 Fall Preview.