Brooklyn rapper Latasha has dropped her last name from her stage name – and she’s also dropping f*ckboys on her “GLO UP” track. The song, which is from her Teen Nite At Empire project, received a Natasha Hester and Ethan Mills co-directed visual which shows her getting over romantic mistreatment with a little self-care and quality time.
Over a minimalist, energetic production, Latasha offers a simple affirmation: “I glo, fo’ sho’.” The song works to get the party started and provoke thought, as she rhymes about dealing with the wrong guys in the past, and her decision to put the trash in the trash for her own self-preservation.
“GLO UP” is another personable, inspiring track that highlights why Latasha is growing a cult fanbase in New York City and beyond. On February 3rd, she’ll offer those supporters an Introduction To Latasha with an “Interdisciplinary Performance Art Project” at the Brooklyn Museum.
It’s been a long time coming. I will be rapping for eons and performing out of God’s glory. But what’s most important is telling the story. On Feb 3rd. I am debuting my interdisciplinary performance art project at @brooklynmuseum First Saturday’s dedicated to women who grew up in the hood to become the gemstone in the concrete. This is about transcendence. Tickets will be available day of at the Admissions section for free and the event takes place at 8:30 at the Iris & B. Gerald auditorium on the third floor. It’s an honor to share this project during Black History month cause the whole purpose is to create history. #callmelatasha #alladream See you. ❤️