With her breakout hit track, “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” the Memphis native received her first-ever nomination. As soon as she learned she had won the award for best rap performance, joining such Hip-Hop legends as Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Future, and Young Thug, she took to Twitter to express her excitement.
“The same song they was clowning me & my friends about saying we was Ugly & Dusty just got nominated for a Grammy !!!!!!!!! WHEN GOD IS ON YOUR SIDE YOU CANNOT FAIL ,” wrote GloRilla before adding, “BUT GOD
The Twitter timeline was a love fest despite the recent abundance of online rap beef between the ladies.
GloRilla received flowers in appreciation of her “well earned” nomination from fellow Grammy candidate Latto. She tweeted, “G to the L to the O BIG GLO!” Congratulatory remarks were added by the Memphis rapper in return, who also expressed his love.
Following her inclusion in two categories for the Grammy Awards, Latto stated she was “sobbing so badly.” The winner of the Rap Game is also up for best new artist, and “Big Energy” received a nomination for best melodic rap performance.
Summer Walker and Halle Bailey, on the other hand, questioned the Recording Academy’s decision to pass on some musicians for recognition.
The maths is literally not matching for the Grammys for a second time, Summer stated on her Instagram Story. She wasn’t nominated for an award, and neither was her album Still Over It, which came out in November 2021. I was going to share some numbers, but it’s all right, she said. The streets at least f*** with me. I appreciate the support I do get because you guys always come out in droves to see me perform.