Watch the song that Cardi B and Memphis rapper GloRilla released together, titled “Tomorrow 2,” below. The track was produced by Cardi B and GloRilla.
The song is Cardi’s first release since the release of the single “Hot Shit,” which featured Kanye West and Lil Durk in July. The song features both of those artists. Cardi climbed to the top of a tall building for the song’s accompanying music video.
Gloria’s new track, ‘Tomorrow 2,’ is the follow-up to their previous hit, ‘Tomorrow,’ and it comes replete with an official music video in which the duo is seen having a good time. Following the success of GloRilla’s viral TikTok hit ‘F.N.F. (Let’s Go),’ the song ‘Tomorrow’ was made available for download earlier this summer.
Here you can check out Cardi B and Glorilla’s Song Tomorrow 2.
Since 2021’s “Bet It,” plucked from the soundtrack for the Netflix film Bruised, “Hot Shit” became Cardi’s first solo single. Since then, the rapper has participated in several different collaborations, some of which include the song “Wild Side,” which features Normani, “Rumours,” which was performed by Lizzo, and the more extended version of “No Love,” which was performed by Summer Walker and S.Z.A.
Alongside Cardi B’s previously released songs “W.A.P.” and “Up,” the tune “Hot Shit,” which borrows Marcia Griffiths’ 1990 song “Electric Boogy,” will be included on the tracklist for her forthcoming second album.
It has not yet been officially stated what Cardi will call the follow-up album to her 2018 debut, “Invasion of Privacy,” which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Album.
Aside from that, the rapper recently published a video on her YouTube channel in which she displayed an autographed copy of Beyoncé’s album Renaissance on vinyl, including a handwritten thank-you card from the singer.
The rapper gives off the impression of being overjoyed with the L.P. and tells viewers that her unique present is safe from harm while they watch the tape.
“Take a look at what Beyoncé has sent you. “Read it, you whore!” Cardi says while laughing and holding up the record in question. “It was so amazing, so lovely, so stunning. I’m going to put it in a glass frame, and then I’m going to decorate it with laser beams. Anyone who motherfucks too close to it risks being electrocuted on the motherfucking site.”
She then begins to sing along with Beyoncé’s song “Plastic Off The Sofa,” which is included on her album “Renaissance.” She says: “I just want to say ‘thank you very much.’ I feel so special.”