The Queens Release Music Video For ‘Tomorrow’s Another Day’ From Season Finale

The group also dropped a medley video highlighting hits from the season.

Published on

The Queens - Photo: YouTube/Def Jam
The Queens - Photo: YouTube/Def Jam

The Queens closed out the season of Queens with a video of “Tomorrow’s Another Day” and an accompanying medley performance.

The video for “Tomorrow’s Another Day” begins with Brandy strumming an acoustic guitar and showing off her brilliant vocals. Interspersed with her performance are scenes from the episode.

Queens Cast, Brandy - Tomorrow's Another Day (Official Video)

Click to load video

Last month the group dropped two new songs also featured on Queens. The first, “Preparaté,” features Def Jam artist OHNO. The group also dropped “Eso Lo Tengo Lo.”

The Queens and OHNO dropped an accompanying music video for “Preparaté,” which features the group hitting the studio to record the song.

Back in January, The Queens released a music video for “Best Of Me,” which was featured on a recent episode of the hit TV show, Queens. The video for “Best Of Me” features new cast member from Queens, Remy Ma.

In the accompanying visual, The Queens perform “Best Of Me” on a massive stage in front of an adoring, enthralled audience. They run through the hit with charisma and energy, making fans of the show wish that they would perform these hits on tour for real.

Brandy, Naturi Naughton, Nadine Velazquez, and Pepi Sonuga - Queens Medley (Official Video)

Click to load video

Earlier in the month, the group released a visual for “Lady Z Strikes Back (Can’t Stop You),” which also features new cast member Remy Ma.

The video shows the group in the video, laying down ferocious bars and nodding along as each member showcases their strongest lines.

Back in November, the group dropped “Girls Gonna Run That,” and performed an attention-grabbing rap battle. “Love is a marvelous crime and I’m happy to sin / Look at life in the eyes of God and imagine it’s him / Walk on the clouds jump over the moon be a star / So proud of my creation how beautiful you are,” Brandy raps on the intro to “Girls Gonna Run That.”

The new ABC series stars Eve, Naturi Naughton, Nadine Velazquez, and Brandy as four ’90s hip-hop legends, now in their 40s, who reunite for a chance to recapture their fame.

Created by Zahir McGee, all the original music in Queens, is performed by the show’s stars at the direction of executive music producer Swizz Beatz.

Buy or stream the Queens Soundtrack.

Click to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

uDiscover Music - Back To Top
uDiscover Music - Back To Top