The Memphis rapper and crew have been outdoors within the NYC streets for her new music video.
GloRilla is working!
The Memphis rapper hasn’t slowed down a lot since dropping her smash Summer time hit “FNF (Let’s Go)” earlier this yr, and exhibits no indicators of doing so. She inked a deal with Yo Gotti’s CMG Records, and has been dropping the hits ever since. Earlier this week, Glo launched the visuals for her new Macaronitoni produced single “Blessed” together with a message to people that criticize her look.
“That is my final time addressing this,” she wrote. “You mfs higher get use to this slim physique, inexperienced fairly a** eyes & huge stunning nostril of mine, trigger ain’t a rattling factor gone change. Yall can hate yall self all you need, however I luv me some BIG GLO.” Within the spirit of stability, GloRilla followed up the clap back with much more content material. On Monday, the 23-year previous was noticed capturing a music video in Harlem for her track “Tomorrow.” Though the unique model of the monitor already has music video, followers assume Glo’Rilla and her crew are filming visuals for the remix model of the file.
As a rookie within the sport, GloRilla has been getting love from each her followers and her friends. Cardi B referred to as the younger rapper’s breakout file the track of the Summer time, and even DMed her a number of sort phrases. “As quickly I get off the aircraft, [Cardi] hearted one thing as a result of I used to all the time DM her on a regular basis, GloRilla shared on Angie Martinez present. “I might blow her up. I don’t know what it was I despatched her, however I do know she hearted it, and I textual content her after she hearted it. She textual content me again, then she despatched me the little voice message. I used to be like, ‘Ahhh Cardi!’”
Travis Scott is one other artist who publicly supported GloRilla’s music. Nevertheless it was Yo Gotti‘s co-sign that modified the younger rapper’s life ceaselessly. “GloRilla is a pure born star,” Gotti mentioned in a press launch. “She has a unique sound and method that’s wanted in hip-hop proper now.”