Earlier this year, Memphis-born rapper GloRilla hit the ground running with her viral hit “FNF (Let’s Go).”
The song instantly became the soundtrack of the summer, which ultimately led to her landing a deal with fellow Memphis native Yo Gotti’s CMG imprint.
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However, before the craze surrounding her bop of the year, Big Glo was already getting it out of the mud and releasing music that many are just now hearing.
Recently, a Twitter user compared some of the 23-year-old’s older tracks to her newer ones and sparked conversation around the evolution of her rapping style.
“She literally changed her whole voice when she got on,” the tweeter wrote, attached a video of GloRilla’s previous raps compiled.
— 𝓠uay 𝓣he 𝓑roski🦁 (@606qyrii) September 13, 2022
Of course, following the statement, others joined in and had a lot more to add to that. While some agreed, the majority disagreed.
If you didn’t know, Glorilla just recently released her single, “Blessed,” and a remix to her song “Tomorrow,” which featured Cardi B.
See what Twitter had to say below…
Social Media Weighs in on the Evolution of Rising Rapper GloRilla & Her Unique Sound
Thank god she did cos what is this prepubescent shit?? https://t.co/9pAIY7r9ti
— Olufunmilola (@alerotweets) September 23, 2022
That’s what’s called being an artist https://t.co/1o7KXqMOZt
— Sith Lord 🇳🇬🇨🇲 (@EliThaDon_) September 17, 2022
why niggas tryna find any way to downplay her now?? shit is miserable https://t.co/MbNWNCOSE4
— dlo (@osmosislo) September 17, 2022
Sooooo she kept working on her craft and figured out what works…wusdaproblem??? https://t.co/0DWaba38xy
— AskYaMadda🤘🏾🇧🇧 (@SoftSavage95) September 17, 2022
It’s called trying out different sounds until you find your lane. I suggest more people do it instead of creating similar trash ass songs over and over https://t.co/G94Sxs4MLE
— FTS Big Leo💚 (@irishqream) September 16, 2022
she had to find something thatll pay the bills? https://t.co/HhN9njfq48
— socially inept virgo’s groover. (@kaybirth) September 16, 2022
Ain’t nothing wrong wit that https://t.co/z3RAUVVlVP
— Yung Gattsu (@DoddyGatz) September 16, 2022
Breaking news local man discovered artist development https://t.co/ndAjqrRJzZ
— lil miss niggas (@MiintCondition) September 16, 2022
she did the right thing https://t.co/Qe5JOBzjdT
— ex munch (@glolikelena) September 16, 2022
It kill me how men be the biggest of haters 😭like where did you find the time to do this lol https://t.co/1Q0XXy4121
— What Ima Do With 2 more kids -Ike (@DiirtyDiiana) September 16, 2022
This is what artists call finding your voice. https://t.co/38gAe4AVvU
— Mama K 🦋 (@ThatsMamaK) September 16, 2022
Correction: she found her sound, authentically. That’s what an artist does, still Memphis af. https://t.co/XOcnhq8HY9
— Mary Jane (@jadasamonee) September 16, 2022
Seems like she grew to me https://t.co/ckEnO55pb6
— $tu. (@STU_07) September 16, 2022
And look. She on now and you still where you at. Hating. https://t.co/4czgU0329J
— O.G. (@RukaTrue_) September 15, 2022
This what happens when you find your sound, yall don’t kno shit about music & being an artist https://t.co/jahvTD54bn
— RickyRickOnDaBeat (@_RealRickyRick) September 15, 2022
Them videos so old sis hit puberty and took off but if she did change her voice wtf does it mean to y’all ? https://t.co/cbeLll3Bc8
— BEE. (@LADDY__BEE) September 15, 2022
Why y’all can’t jus let her be great? Black people stay tearing down black people🤦🏾♂️ https://t.co/gbfv8puZ7x
— Terry Mareus🇭🇹 (@TerryMareus) September 15, 2022
She needed to..that deep voice delivery not annoying like her earlier tracks https://t.co/JY1hrcsLAb
— Shaybee Mama 💋🇭🇹🦂 (@SlaylaMarie88) September 25, 2022
I wouldn’t have listened to her if her voice was this high fr https://t.co/Ljw1jxtJm7
— IG & tiktok @thenitawooshow (@issawooo) September 25, 2022
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