Independent R&B artist Gloria Prince pays homage to the Golden Era and early 2000s with her new project, Throwback R&B Mixtape Vol.1, hosted by DJ 4.0. On the 6-track throwback, the singer/songwriter delivers feel-good renditions of several classics including Mario's 2004 “How Could You,” Omarion’s 2005 “I’m Tryna,” Aaliyah's "Are You That Somebody," TLC’s classic ladies anthem “No Scrubs” and Beyonce's "Dangerously In Love." [Read More]
On the song produced by James “Keyz” Foyle III and co-written by Gloria and Marquis Rachad, Prince sings about getting her hustle on -- any ambitious artist or entrepreneur should be able to relate!
Produced by Grammy-nominated producer Keyzbaby and written by Marquis Rachad, the song is relatable to many young women who've gone through tough times in relationships.
Today, Texan songstress Gloria Prince offers an original Christmas song called "With You," written and produced by Dabenchwarma. With guitar chords and sleigh bells, Prince sings of getting her Christmas wish to be with her love.
Houston, TX native Gloria Prince, drops a new visual for her single "All To Me." The song is produced by Grammy-nominated producer Keyzbaby and written by Marquis Rachad, and is based those feeling of infatuation when in a new relationship.
Produced by Grammy-nominated music producer KeyzBaby and written by Marquis Rachad, the song was inspired by all of the social upheaval in recent times.
Back in May, Texan songstress Gloria Prince dropped off this single "All To Me," now she's enlisted rapper Mark Battles on the remix.
Summer is on its way, and just like the weather, Texas-native Gloria Prince is heating up with her new single "All To Me," a song about those lustful feelings of infatuation.
After premiering her debut single “Right There” to her fans last year, Gloria Prince and dancer absolutely slay the choreography (choreographed by Glo herself) to the hit song "Panda" by Brooklyn rapper, Desiigner.
Last month, Texan-native Gloria Prince premiered her debut single âRight Thereâ on Singersroom, and sheâs back with another premiere, this time for the holidays; she covers the age-old classic âThe Christmas Songâ made popular by Nat King Cole.