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GloRilla Teases New Music with a Classic Memphis Sound, Drawing Excitement from Fans



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Memphis rapper GloRilla has set her fans buzzing with anticipation after sharing a sneak peek of her upcoming music. Taking to her Instagram Story on Monday (January 8), Glo posted a snippet of a new song that pays homage to the classic Memphis sound, incorporating inspiration from Juicy J’s iconic “Yeah hoe!” tagline with her own twist, changing it to “Yeah Glo!”

In the preview, she delivers bold lines, rapping, “Yeah Glo! Stomp a little pussy hoe in some shell toes/ Yeah Glo! Slapping rap bitches and making bail, hoe/ Yeah Glo! Two-tone Cartier match the nails, hoe/ Yeah Glo! No competition — these bitches stale, hoe!”

The snippet, shared on 2Cool2Blog, prompted an outpouring of praise from fans in the comments section. “Glo go crazy,” one fan exclaimed, while another added, “Sound hard, Idk why ppl saying sexyy took her spot, Glo is HARD.” A third person noted, “She finally found her lane,” and even J. Cole’s manager Ibrahim weighed in, saying, “This shit sounds hard.”

GloRilla has been diligently working on new music and recently disclosed that she has not one but two upcoming projects in the pipeline. In an interview with NFL City Life last month, the “Tomorrow 2” rapper shared insights into her creative process, stating, “I’m always working on some new work. I’m working on a project right now. Two different projects. They gon’ be live. One of them is a collab and then the next one, like my first debut album.”

Despite not revealing the release dates or collaborators for the projects, GloRilla continues to generate excitement among her fan base. In a recent update, she shared that she’s “being a simp” in her new music, responding to a fan who expressed their continuous admiration for her tracks.

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In related news, GloRilla addressed comments made by Fabolous last month regarding the state of female rappers. In response to Fabolous’ critique of the limited range in female rap, she challenged his perspective in a GQ cover story published in mid-December, highlighting the negativity in male rappers’ content. GloRilla emphasized the difference in themes, stating, “Females rapping about the same shit… We’re sitting pretty, we’re popping our shit, we’re hustling, we’re getting money. We fuck, so we rap about what we do.”

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