GloRilla has announced her inaugural tour following the release of her debut album, ‘Anyways, Life’s Great...’ this week.
The album, featuring the single ‘Tomorrow 2,’ with Cardi B, was released last Friday, 11th November.
The tour of the US will include shows at 16 different cities across the country in 2023.
The tour will begin in Charlotte, North Carolina and finish in Glorilla’s hometown of Memphis, Tennessee.
So far, official dates have been released for all venues on the countrywide tour barring the final show.
GloRilla took to social media to share the news with her many fans.
“SO EXCITED I’m going on my VERY FIRST TOUR!” she wrote on Instagram on Wednesday, 17th November.
“Get the presale code when you join my Discord (gorilla emojis). Presale starts 11/17 @ 10AM local time.,” she said.
“Public on sale Friday, Nov 18 at 10AM Local. BIG GLO & GANG EM COMING TO UR CITY !,” she added in the post.
The news comes after the Southern rap artist revealed that her song ‘F.N.F (Let’s Go)’ has been nominated for a Grammy in the rap category.
The artist took to Twitter to share the news in a defiant manner.
“The same song they was clowning me & my friends about saying we was Ugly & Dusty just got nominated for a Grammy,” she tweeted.
“WHEN GOD IS ON YOUR SIDE YOU CANNOT FAIL,” the CMG label artist stated.
This year GloRilla has already experienced much success as her music has taken off.
The Memphis spitter won the ‘Breakthrough Hip Hop Artist’ award at the BET Hip Hop Awards last October.
The star has also received plaudits for her music from some of the hip hop game’s biggest names.
One such artist to compliment Glo is New York legend Nas.
The East Coast star shouted out GloRilla in his latest album, also released last Friday.
The bonus track, ‘Til My Last Breath,’ sees Nas make a reference to the Memphis rapper.
“I’m applying pressure, I see why she prеssed/When she with me she GloRilla, F.N.F.” he raps on the track.
GloRilla spoke to news network TMZ about the reference to her on the track since then.
“I love that so much, Nas is a big legend for real,” Glo told TMZ in response to hearing her shout out on the Queens rapper’s song. “That’s super big. Like I never in a million years.”