Premiere: Gloria Prince Delivers Southern Charm On “All To Me”
If you’re feeling down about love, Gloria Prince is here to lift you up with the vibrant R&B track, “All To Me.”
Hailing from Houston, Tx., the singer cites Beyoncé, Stacie Orrico, Jojo, Janet Jackson, and Brandy as her musical muses. Prince curates her talents in the visuals for “All To Me,” by dropping boomkat-like dance moves, accompanied by lyrics describing the beautiful feels love has to offer. The track is produced by Grammy nominated producer KeyzBaby (Chris Brown, K. Michelle) and penned by Marquis Rashad.
Love is the mission for Prince, for the couples and the children out there. When she isn’t singing about the plights of relationships, the Prince is giving back. A lover of the big homie upstairs, Prince has taught hip-hop classes to children in Kampala, Uganda as part of an outreach program with televangelist Kenneth Copeland. “The Reaction Tour is an opportunity to reach kids at a higher level—a level that the world is not familiar with,” Prince explains on her site. “What seems like a simple dance camp is actually an avenue for lives to be reborn and hearts to be touched like never before.” She’s also not afraid to challenge the system in her music by releasing the powerful track, “Not Too Late.”
Since the release of her XoGlo project in 2015, the singer has taken a break from phenomenal covers of 2000’s R&B cuts to deliver her debut single, “Right There.”
Currently, Gloria is in putting the touches on her upcoming R&B debut EP, The Road to Glorie and prepping for her A3C Festival debut.
Check out more music from Prince here and her video for “All To Me” below.