RCA Records’ newcomer Toni Romiti unleashed her much-anticipated debut EP, Tomboy, a 9-song project featuring the singles “Never Thought” & “Options.” The project is “a combination of catchy R&B songs with hard-hitting lyricism and infectious melodies.
In addition to the project’s release, Toni also unwrapped the music video for the single, “Never Thought,” featuring artist and entertainer DC Young Fly.
Speaking about the futuristic visual, Toni tells PAPER, “This video was a ton of fun to film! DC Young Fly and the female model symbolize the materialistic, superficial aspects of love. DC is really willing to ride for his girl, as he jumps in front of her to save her from the laser blast. Too bad I incinerate the girl anyway right after I blast DC. My character’s mission in the video is a show of pure devotion; I’m a cyborg warrior on a mission to get my man back. My sci-fi man is trapped inside of a crystal in DC Young Fly’s mansion. I’m willing to travel across the ocean to get my man back, and I’m even willing to kill to get my man back. It’s also dope because the guy in the video is actually my boyfriend in real life. What would you do for love?”
Toni is currently on tour supporting Ty Dolla $ign on his national trek.
TUE 3/20 Irving Plaza New York, NY
WED 3/21 Theatre of Living Arts Philadelphia, PA
Toni Romiti, a Chicago-born and Los Angeles-based songstress, serves up raw, raucous, and real R&B fueled by hip-hop attitude and pop palatability on her 2018 major label debut EP, TOMBOY [RCA Records]. The budding superstar found herself at a crossroad back in 2014 when she achieved a full basketball scholarship for South Carolina Upstate. At the pinnacle of her basketball career, she penned a song titled “Nothin On Me” which went on to be a breakout single, uploaded to Soundcloud —amassing over 90 million streams to date. Toni then knew that she needed to make a decision. Having found passion in songwriting – she moved to Los Angeles to focus on her artist career. “I want girls to know it’s okay to be arrogant, feel dominant, and have a fucking opinion that matters,” she exclaims. Toni’s tracks have a “conversational” style with no holds-barred or punches pulled.
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