GloRilla has scored a collaboration with Grammy award-winner Cardi B for the remixed track “Tomorrow 2.” The newest single follows the southern spitter’s popular tracks “FNF (Let’s Go)” and “Blessed.”
Memphis and the Bronx meet as the two rapstresses take over Times Square in New York while twerking on a Hellcat, in the subway, and at a house party. Glo turns up with her friends throughout the Big Apple causing a commotion as they obstruct traffic in the heart of the city. Cardi then joins Glo for a rooftop scene as the two exchange verses.
The addition of the Bronx superstar brings fresh flavor to GloRilla’s boisterous banger, which originally appeared on CMG Records’ compilation album, Gangsta Art. The duo also teamed up to release a fiery music video, where GloRilla asserts her presence and flexes everywhere from Times Square to Harlem.
Cardi B has always been a generous collaborator, and now she’s hopped on the remix for fast-rising Memphis rapper GloRilla’s hard-hitting track, “Tomorrow.” The two artists are a natural fit, with aggressive rapping styles and the ability to tear through sparse beats based on shit-talking and charisma alone.
Produced by GloRilla’s frequent collaborator Macaroni Toni, “Tomorrow 2” brings out the best in both of them. GloRilla, who broke out with her viral hit “FNF (Let’s Go)” earlier this year, dropped the original as her first release after signing to Yo Gotti’s CMG label. On the track, she pops off with lyrics about keeping her circle close after gaining fame, but staying “kinda ratchet still.”