GloRilla faces a lawsuit accusing her of jacking a ‘90s New Orleans rap track for her hit single “Tomorrow.”
In response to TMZ, Ivory “Mobo Joe” Paynes sued GloRilla for sampling Canine Home Posse’s observe “Street of the Westbank” with out permission. Mobo Joe claimed “Tomorrow” options key elements of the Canine Home Posse track.
Mobo Joe is greatest often called the founding father of the New Orleans Hip-Hop label Mobo Data. Canine Home Posse launched their album Dope Will get No Heavier on Mobo Data in 1994.
GloRilla dropped the unique model of “Tomorrow” in July 2022. It was featured on the Collective Music Group compilation Gangsta Artwork. Cardi B appeared on a remix titled “Tomorrow 2,” which arrived in September 2022.
“Tomorrow” was GloRilla’s first track to crack the High 10 of the Billboard Sizzling 100. It peaked at No. 9 on the chart. The only earned a gold certification from the Recording Trade Affiliation of America in November 2022.
Mobo Joe’s lawsuit named GloRilla, producer Macaroni Toni, Collective Music Group, Warner Chappell Music and Sony/ATV Music as defendants. Cardi B wasn’t named within the criticism.
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