This year, Toni Romiti has cut out a sonic path that is st to lead fans into the landing of the follow up to her Tomboy EP since going separate ways with RCA Records as she drops “Need Me”.
She’s been really predictable in conveying on new drops in a consistent cycle this late spring and now props things up with her most recent “Need Me” single
“It talks about how one accomplice’s delicate sense of self can demolish a whole relationship,” she says in a public statement for the new cut. “Regularly, one accomplice is just utilizing the other to make themselves feel much improved. It’s manipulative, and it is anything but a genuine relationship. It’s only a narcissist attempting to fill the void […] I need my audience members to realize that they merit superior to anything a relationship like that. Break free, and let that inner self crazy person be single.”
A swaggering, coolly confidant vocalist, Toni Romiti’s hypnotic, downtempo-influenced R&B belies her bold stage persona and outspoken attitude. Emerging initially as a star on social media during her early college days, she walked away from a promising basketball career after her single “Nothing on Me” blew up online.
You need me
To feed your ego
But you don’t need me
Seems like you need hoes
Let’s keep it simple
Send me a signal