Tomorrow 2
by GloRilla (featuring Cardi B)

Album: Gangsta Art (2022)
Charted: 9
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  • Gloria Woods is a rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, who records under the name GloRilla. After self-releasing a couple of mixtapes, GloRilla dropped her breakout summer anthem "F.N.F. (Let's Go)," a collaboration with producer HitKidd. The song's success earned her a record deal with Yo Gotti's CMG imprint. This song is a remix of "Tomorrow," a track GloRilla recorded for the CMG compilation album Gangsta Art.
  • During the first verse, GloRilla taunts her ex and a former friend who've got involved with another. She mocks her one-time homey that she's got one of the rapper's "hand-me-downs" and teases the dude about how he chose her ex-pal because "it's cheaper to keep her."
  • The chorus finds a more vulnerable GloRilla as she admits to feeling hurt. However, tomorrow is another day and she'll be over it by then.
  • After Cardi B heaped praise on "F.N.F.," CMG recruited her to contribute a guest verse for "Tomorrow 2." The New York rapper spits some typically braggadocios bars where she outlines her superiority to her female opps.
  • Macaroni Toni supplied the instrumentation. The Memphis producer is GloRilla's go-to beatmaker, including on "Blessed," her debut single with CMG.
  • GloRilla's team wanted Cardi's guest verse to be a surprise, but when she texted Cardi to get on another song, the Bronx rapper ended up telling her.
  • Glorilla and Cardi B performed "Tomorrow 2" on TV for the first time during the 2022 American Music Awards. The Memphis MC started off the song on a motorbike before Cardi arrived via a purple convertible to deliver her verse. The AMAs telecast bleeped out much of her X-rated bars.


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