A collaboration many fans have been waiting for is here.
Months after praising GloRilla’s hit single “F.N.F.,” Cardi B connected with the Memphis rapper on the hard-hitting track “Tomorrow 2.” The artists announced the joint record on social media this week, and provided a brief look at its official video. Beginning with a nod to the 1979 film The Warriors, the visual follows GloRilla & Co. turning up in NYC, where they cruise the city streets, dance in subway stations, and live it up at a house party.
You can stream the song now on all major platforms, and check out the Diesel Filmz-directed video above.
“Tomorrow 2” marks Cardi’s first release since she donated $100,000 to former Bronx middle school. GloRilla made a similar move Thursday, when she surprised her old Memphis high school with a $25,000 check. The money will help Martin Luther King Prep High School bolster its program and infrastructure.
“I’m blessed to be in position to give back to my school and my community,” GloRilla said about her donation. “Memphis raised me and that’s why it’s important that I use my resources to help put the next generation of students and leaders from my city in the best positions to succeed.”
GloRilla presented the check during an assembly with students and faculty.
“We are extremely proud of Ms. Woods and thankful for her acts of service, leadership, and fellowship to her community,” MLK Prep principal Chiquita Perry said. “Considering her talent and success, her generous donation will be used to support the MLK Fine Arts program. There are a lot of talented students like Ms. Woods walking the halls of MLK. This gift will help us support the artistic dreams of our students.”