Audiomack Taps GloRilla As Newest #UpNow Artist and Cover Star

November 15, 2022 0

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Today, artist-first music streaming platform Audiomack announced that it named budding Memphis hip-hop artist GloRilla as its newest #UpNow artist.  


GloRilla will be featured on the cover of Audiomack’s prestigious #UpNow playlist and will receive amplification across the platform’s channels with specialized marketing, editorial, social support, playlisting, custom videos and more. 


The recognition comes after the CMG signee released her debut EP, Anyways, Life’s Great…, which you can stream HERE via CMG/Interscope Records and includes standout singles such as “Tomorrow 2 (feat Cardi B)” and “Nut Quick,” among others. 


“I’m honored to be an Audiomack #UpNow artist,” GloRilla said. “They’ve played an important role in helping me connect with fans in a new way. I appreciate the Audiomack team for always showing love and look forward to building with them more in the future.” 


“GloRilla is a natural born star and we’re very proud to recognize her as our latest #UpNow artist,” Audiomack SVP of Marketing and Brand Strategy Jason Johnson said. “She’s had an unprecedented rise ever since her first upload in 2019 and shows no sign of slowing down. We’re thrilled to watch and support the trajectory of her bright career.” 


GloRilla originally took the music industry by storm earlier this year with her breakthrough single, “FNF (Let’s Go)” that sparked a viral challenge, resulted in her debut on the Billboard Hot 100 and paved the way for her to sign with Yo Gotti’s renowned CMG record label. She followed it with a fiery collaboration with Cardi B for “Tomorrow 2” that signaled her first-ever, Top-10 hit on the Billboard charts. 


#UpNow is Audiomack’s emerging artist program that highlights the next generation of global music superstars across hip-hop, R&B, Afrobeats and more. Previous #UpNow honorees include Black Sherif, Rod Wave, EST Gee, Blxst, Pooh Shiesty, Sheff G, Omah Lay and Ayra Starr, among others. 

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