In recent years, Memphis has become Atlanta’s only real rival as the new hip-hop capital.

 Now that the rapper is gaining traction, Memphis may have an advantage over A. Following the release of GloRilla‘s sensational hit “F.N.F.,” hip-hop his community has become his CMG signatory. was fascinated by In addition to Glo, the hip-hop community also fell in love with their “Ratchet Donkey Friends”.


One of the talented rappers who appeared in “F.N.F.” The video was glossy. But the mother of two is more than an extra in her videos. After venturing into popular instrumental freestyles by Drake, Plies, and Nicki Minaj, Gloss began releasing original music. Her first official project, Different Shades of Gloss, was released in the summer of 2019.

In the years that followed this project, Gloss Up continued to hone its craft. In 2021, collaborating with HitKidd and a hand-picked roster of Memphis-based rappers, including GloRilla, K Carbon, Slimeroni, and Aleza, is one of the most important decisions of her career. has been proven. That summer, the large all-female ensemble released their first song together, titled “Set The Tone.” Needless to say, it lived up to its name and showed just how glamorous Memphis women rap her scene.

After the dynamics of “Set The Tone” and “Set The Tone 2”, “F.N.F.” becomes even heavier. That year, the song brought GloRilla, Gloss Up, and other frequent collaborators to mainstream attention. In 2022, self-proclaimed underdogs Gloss Up finally signed a record deal with Quality Control Music.