West Coast rapper G.L.A.M. is the offspring of musical parents Dangerous Dame (Platinum writer for Too $hort) and her dedicated mother, Platinum-selling recording artist, Nic Nac. The emerging rapper is highly committed to delivering unique and high-quality music that truly showcases her style. From the acronym of her name alone, which means Good Lyrics And Music; she aims for consistency and solid content every time around.
Her new record titled “UhUh Yeah” is an upbeat club type jam that focuses on her writing and how it reflects on her persona. Backed by the vibrant and sparse beat courtesy of Colbie, G.L.A.M delivers a choppy flow that is easy to follow plus a catchy hook to tie it all together. The track also gives a tiny glimpse into her creative persona and she brings a whole lot of bravado to the forefront with an unfiltered mindset.
While G.L.A.M considers herself an emcee first, her obvious talents cannot be contained by merely one type or genre. She is a vocal and percussion prodigy who has played congas since grade school. She pens her own lyrics, is a master of punch lines and hook writing, has an impressive vocal delivery and if that’s not enough she produces her own music with an intoxicating, refreshing and kinetic mix of original yet reminiscent sounds, infectious melodies and a knack for hit-making song structures.