GloRilla first appeared on the music world just over a year ago. She released “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” and the rest is history. The song, produced by Hitkidd, swiftly garnered popularity on TikTok, driving it to No. 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
It didn’t end there: “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” was certified gold by the RIAA and was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Performance. Most notably, GloRilla and her viral hit were mentioned in Nas’s own song “Til My Last Breath.” He raps, “I’m applying pressure, I see why she pressed / When she with me she GloRilla, FNF.”
However, the release of “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” wasn’t without its fair share of issues. GloRilla found herself caught up in legal trouble with the song’s producer, Hitkidd. Taking to Twitter, Hitkidd publicly criticized GloRilla, alleging that she and her team attempted to claim full ownership of the track. He also revealed that he had offered advice to GloRilla, but it went unheeded. “I told you… every day we were in LA… that labels would try to sign you because of ‘FNF,’ so watch out,” he continued. “I also told you to keep me informed if labels reach out so we can be on the same page.” Despite the challenges she faced, GloRilla’s life took a turn for the better following the song’s release. Today, GloRilla released another summer banger.
GloRilla Hits The Salon, The Store, And The Streets
Earlier today, GloRilla took some initiative to stand out from all of the new releases that hit on Fridays. Instead, she decided to release her since “Lick Or Sum” on Tuesday. The new track samples Tear Da Club Up Thugs, Three 6 Mafia, and Project Pat’s 2000 hit “Slob On My Nob.” With its extremely explicit lyrics, the song is bound to generate significant attention and become a popular subject of discussion on social media in the upcoming weeks. Whether or not the song will be a hit remains to be seen, but it certainly has the potential.
The song wasn’t all GloRilla blessed fans with today. The new track came along with a visual that was filled to the brim with twerking. It features the rapper meeting up with friends and partying wherever they end up: the salon, the grocery, the streets. The video also shows Glo playfully whispering to the camera during the chorus of the new single. Overall, both the song and the video definitely give off strong summer vibes.