Between her breakout single “F.N.F. (Let’s Go)” and her recent hit “Yeah Glo,” Gloria “GloRilla” Woods shows no signs of slowing down. The Memphis native began rapping in 2018 after receiving encouragement from a family member. Originally “Big Glo,” her hit summer anthem skyrocketed on urban charts solidifying an already established fan base and her unique sound. The music video for her debut single garnered over 33 million views adding her name to the conversation about the legendary ladies of rap and hip-hop.

Through the growth of her success as an artist, she collaborated with Cardi B, her alleged cousin through Belcalis’ grandfather. Family has always played a role in her development as an artist from growing up in church to joining fellow young artists at rapper Yo Gotti’s label. With no end in sight, here’s what we know about GloRilla’s net worth. 

Who Is GloRilla?

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Gloria Hallelujah Woods is best known for her hit singles that embody the power of call and response. Growing up in church, she aimed to sing before establishing any other goals. However, after her voice deepened, she turned towards using them in a different way. She was encouraged by a cousin to become serious about her craft as if it were to become her career. Dedication and maintaining a connection with fans via social media, led to countless views of her breakout music video where fun and camaraderie take center stage.

In recognition of her talent and star power, the rapper’s delight secured the Best New Hip-Hop Artist title at the 2022 BET Hip Hop Awards and was crowned the coveted XXL Freshman of 2023. Though significant, her musicality and accolades aren’t the only factors to consider when we discuss her net worth. 

What Is GloRilla’s Net Worth?

It’s been reported that The Memphis Princess has a net worth of between $800,000 and $1 million. In addition to gaining revenue from her music sales, GloRilla has also established brand partnerships and endorsements specific to her city and her identity. She isn’t just uplifting women through her music. The visionary is securing wealth through her charm, wit and hard work.

More specifically, she narrated the “Big Memphis” commercial for the Memphis Grizzlies, staying connected to where she comes from and open to new opportunities. Having a close to 1 million subscriber count doesn’t hurt either. The monetization of views gained for her music videos has also contributed to her new worth. 

“Let’s Go,” “Yeah Glo” And More To Show: GloRilla’s Future  

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Holding it down for Memphis and Crunk, GloRilla has also collaborated with rappers like Latto and Saweetie. She plans to continue securing bags as they propel her toward the career and financial status of her dreams. When asked about her success, she said it felt like she was dreaming about the virality of her music.

She’s been on the map professionally for years and has reaped success over the last two. At this pace, we can expect to receive more hits from the rising star and an equally as active net worth. We wish her continued success musically and otherwise as she celebrates her city and her story.