Introducing Gloria Prince!
A Texas native who moved to Atlanta to pursue her career as a singer, Prince recently released a mixtape called XOGLO, which featured some popular 90’s and 2000’s R&B tracks including Aaliyah’s “Are You That Somebody” and TLC’s “No Scrubs.” “I’ve been interested in becoming a singer since I was 13,” she said.
Today, she premieres her new Keyz-produced single “Right There” with Singersroom; it’s relatable to many young women who’ve gone through tough times in relationships. “The song ‘Right there’ is referring to a girl who’s been hurt and let down countless of times in her relationships. Finally, she meets a guy who brings something extraordinary different to the table than what she’s use to. At this point, she’s down to skin and bones in her love life and she he has nothing left to offer him.
She’s hoping though, once she is ready to trust, let someone in again and fully healed that he will be right there waiting for her.” She added that the song is based on a personal experience. It’s something that hits home with her but she believes there is a hope of finding something that can work.