Cardi B and GloRilla’s Tomorrow 2 are setting the internet on fire
By Jamie Grasse
New-York, New-York – Rapper GloRill released a new version of their banger Tomorrow on Friday at midnight. The track is making waves online and features none other than Cardi B.
Everything related to this steamy collaboration goes viral: his teaser clips, his tweets, and his music video itself.
Tomorrow 2 is a remix of GloRilla’s original Tomorrow, which she first released in July.
Thursday night, both rappers posted a trailer and clips from the new Diesel Films video on their social networks, including TikTok and Instagram. And since word got around about the new music, it’s skyrocketed.
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It also brought in Netflix pop culture sensation Squid Games, as the teaser for the track begins with a haunting sample of the hit show’s theme song. The choice underscores the intensity of GloRilla’s hard-hitting, deep-voiced verses.
The full music Video skyrocketed views as soon as it hit the internet. It surpassed 500,000 clicks just hours after publication.
GloRilla’s Tomorrow 2 with Cardi B
The Cardi B and GloRilla collaboration is trending online
This is Cardi B’s first release since she was sentenced to 15 days of community service after pleading guilty to a count of assault.
The Hot Sh*t rapper first met the 22-year-old after she praised her hit single FNF online. On Wednesday she has divided on Twitter that she is now working with the rising rap star.
As most social media users will agree, Tomorrow 2 is fire. Many have celebrated Cardi for showing “so much love to aspiring rappers.”
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In the video’s YouTube comments, others said Cardi “ate the verse up” and “killed” her. Both artists’ social media posts were inundated with emojis – with the flame symbol everywhere.
Even Cardi B herself gushed over Glo’s verse about the sun that doesn’t shine, a line Cardi has posted and sung on her social media for the past few weeks: “Every day the sun won’t shine but that’s why I love tomorrow.”
Many thought it was simply to do with their court case. Now it has proven that it has a bigger connection to the duo’s release.
Cover Photo: Collage: Screenshot/Instagram/glorillapimp & Screenshot/TikTok/CardiB