Gloss Up is a female rapper from Memphis, Tennessee who started to gain recognition in the female rap scene in 2018 when she released her first music video 'No Hook'.
Gloss Up's music is described as authentic, raw, aggressive, and having no filter. Her music has charisma and chemistry, and she has a Young Dolph-inspired rap style. She is known for her quick-witted bars and undeniable southern swag. Her debut mixtape "Before The Gloss Up" aims to speak for the mommas and set a tone for empowering women.
With over 660,000 followers on Instagram (May 2023), Gloss Up has amassed a sizable following and is on a way to be a rising star in the hip-hop music industry.
Best music videos by female rapper Gloss Up aka Glitter Girl Gloss
She made an appearance in the music video of fellow Memphis rapper GloRilla and is an affiliate of GloRilla's rap group 'GloGang'. Gloss Up is known for her unique style and delivery, and has been featured in a number of songs with other female rappers such as Lakeyah, City Girls, and Armani Caesar. She's been featured in many Hitkidd songs and music videos. In 2023 Gloss Up released her own music, with her debut mixtape "Before the Gloss Up" receiving praise and positive reviews from critics.
Since Gloss Up joined the Quality Control Music in July 2022, she's been releasing music videos steadily.
Check by Gloss Up featuring Sexyy Red (2023 music video)
Thicc by Gloss Up (2023)
The summery pool party themed music video for song 'Thicc' was directed by Diesel Filmz and released on Youtube August 8th 2023.
- Album: Shades of Gloss
- Music video length: 2 minutes 16 seconds
LaLa by Gloss Up (2023 official music video)
The carage and chevrolet themed music video 'La La' by female rap artist Gloss Up was directed by Diesel Films in 2023.
Head, Shoulders, Knees, Toes by Gloss Up (2023)
The 'Head, Shoulders, Knees, Toes' music video by Gloss Up was directed by Diesel Films and edited by Andrew Flippa.
Eeny Meeny Miny Moe by Gloss Up feat. K Carbon, Slimeroni & Aleza (2023)
'Eeny Meeny Miny Moe' by Gloss Up featuring female rappers K Carbon, Slimeroni & Aleza was edited by AndrewFlippa and directed by Diesel Films in 2023.
BestFrenn by Gloss Up featuring GloRilla (2023)
The music video 'BestFrenn' featuring GloRilla by Gloss Up was directed by Diesel Films.
Alone by Gloss Up (2022 music video)
The 'Alone' music video by Gloss Up was directed and shot by One Shot Skott in 2022.
Broke Boy Pt. 2 by Gloss Up featuring Bankroll Freddie (2022)
The music video 'Broke Boy Pt. 2' featuring Bankroll Freddie by Gloss Up was directed by Diesel Films and published in September 2022.
Tick by Gloss Up (freestyle music video 2022)
Freestyle music video 'Tick' by Gloss Up was shot by JohnnyRaw in 2022.
DPWM by Gloss Up (official music video 2022)
The music video 'DPWM' by Gloss Up was produced by Real Red in 2022 and shot by LMB Filmz.
Common Denominator by Gloss Up x Glorilla (2021)
'Common Denominator' music video by Gloss Up and Glroilla was shot by Top Shot (TopChart Productions) and produced by HitKidd in 2021.
Is What It Is by Gloss Up x JaTavia Akiaa (2020)
Music video 'Is What It Is' by Gloss Up x JaTavia Akiaa was shot and produced by Memphis based LMB Filmz (@ReadyToShoot) in 2020.
RAW by Gloss Up x C-Money (2020)
'RAW' by Gloss Up and C-Money was produced by Camera Gawd (Denaro Love) in 2020. Denaro is a rising producer from Memphis, who has worked names like Megan Thee Stallion, Moneybagg Yo, NLE CHOPPA, Gunna, Meek Mill, Young Thug, Youngboy NeverBrokeAgain, Yo Gotti, Big Scarr, BlocBoy JB, Lil Double 0, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, Lil Migo, Blac Youngta and more.
Broke Boy by Gloss Up (2020)
The music video 'Broke Boy' by Gloss Up was shot by Camera Gawd in 2020.
Miss Bitch by Gloss Up (2020)
'Miss Bitch' music video by Gloss Up was shot by Memphis based 1Shot Productions in 2020.
No Hook by Gloss Up (2018)
The first official music video by Gloss Up 'No Hook' was shot by @YAWNFILMZ in 2018.
Who is Gloss Up
Gloss Up is a female rapper from Memphis, Tennessee, USA. She has collaborated with other Memphis rappers such as GloRilla and Icewear Vezzo. Her music often features catchy beats and confident lyrics about money, fashion, and empowerment.
She started publishing videos on Youtube in 2015 and released first official music video in 2018. In 2022 she signed with Quality Control, a well-known record label founded by Pierre "Pee" Thomas and has already released several singles, including "Check".
What Is Female Rapper Gloss Up Real Name?
Gloss Up hasn't published her real name. She is known with artist names Glitter Girl Gloss and Jerrica. Also her Facebook profile uses the name Jay Lashay
Gloss Up Age & Birthday
Gloss Up was born on July 16, 1997 in Memphis, Tennessee. In January 2005 when she was 17 years old, Gloss Up published her first Youtube video 'Chris Brown - Only Remix featuring Gloss'.
What Fans Say About Gloss Up
"She’s completely new and unique! She somehow perfects that strong 90s female rap style and attitude and combines it with the new wave perfectly. She’s evolving the rap game and hasn’t even started yet".
"She can’t miss. Her rhyme skills, flow, and how she know how to ride a beat is just musical. I bet under QC every song she make ‘gon be fire 🔥. Love it, can’t wait to hear more".
"The reason Gloss Up & Sexyy Red has had so much success is because their music is authentic. They built a loyal fanbase through focusing on their craft, and not being pressured into sounding like other artists. Their success continues to inspire me.".
10 Interesting Facts About Gloss Up
- Gloss Up is a Memphis-based rapper and singer who gained popularity after releasing her debut single "Run Me Up" in 2019.
- She was named after her grandfather, who called her "glossy" due to her love for applying Vaseline on her face.
- Gloss Up started her music career by doing freestyles on YouTube, which eventually caught the attention of Quality Control Music.
- She joined Quality Control Music's roster of artists, which includes Cardi B, Lil Baby, City Girls, Migos, Lakeyah, and others.
- Gloss Up's music style is described as raw and aggressive, reflecting her personality and experiences growing up in Memphis.
- She often collaborates with other Memphis artists, such as GloRilla, whom she considers her best friend.
- Gloss Up's breakout hit "Set the Tone" was initially not intended to be a serious release, but its success prompted her to continue creating music.
- She values authenticity and individuality in her music, aiming to speak for mothers and women who may feel marginalized or judged.
- Gloss Up's lyrics often touch on themes related to motherhood, relationships, and personal growth.
- She cites Nicki Minaj and Keyshia Cole as influences on her music and plans to release many more projects in the future.
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