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Gloria Prince: Right There

Gloria Prince, whose nick name is Glo, was born in Houston TX however, she spent her early years in Prairie View TX. The stunning 24-year-old singer, songwriter, and performer arrives with a distinctive voice and dynamic dancing skills. Her love for singing started at the tender age of 6-years-old and by the time she reached the age of 9-years-old she found herself dancing and began to play classical piano. Although growing up in a strict Christian household in which secular music and music videos wasn’t allowed, she knew music would be her passion after watching artist Stacie Orrico performance on a popular Christian channel. The moment she heard the big 808 drums, soultry voice, and watched the choreographed hip hop dance moves, that’s when Gloria’s dream to be a music artist came into focus very clearly.

Gloria Prince: Right There

She credits her musical influences with the likes of Beyoncé, Stacie Orrico, Jojo, Janet Jackson, and Brandy. Gloria is known as the “girl next door” with a quiet personality but when it’s time to perform, her distinctive voice and incredible dancing skills is a force to be reckoned with. She wants her music/dance to inspire people and truly believes that with hard work, one can achieve great success or as she calls it “glo up”! At the end of the day, Gloria doesn’t hold anything back, and the world will get the opportunity to experience that honestly from every angle. “I dedicated my life to this,” she leaves off. “I’m really focused. I’m on my grind. I’m not here to play games. This is one-hundred percent who I am, and I think the music says that loud and clear.”

Gloria Prince: Right There

Gloria recently released a mixtape title “XoGlo” which covers her favorite R&B songs from the 90’s (Soundcloud 90’s Mixtape). Currently she is in the studio finishing up her upcoming R&B debut EP titled “The Road to Glorie”. Stay tuned and follow her story on the road to glory.

Gloria Prince: Right There

Gloria Prince: Right There Lyrics:
Hello, I can see that you ain’t nothin’ like the rest of them
It just sucks cause I already gave my best to them
And that’s got me hesitant
To give someone else a chance
I don’t wanna go through that again

That’s why I’m so scared to let you in
So I really hope you understand that…
I’m just not ready right now
I’m just not ready right now
Don’t wanna be letting you down
…wanna be letting you down, down, down, down

And I know that this may seem a little unfair
But I hope that when I’m ready…

You’ll still be right there. You’ll still be right…
You’ll still be…
Yeah, I hope that when I’m ready. You’ll still be right there
You’ll still be…
Right there waiting for me, right there waiting for me. Right there

Right there
I really hope that you forgive me for my selfishness, boy
Know I’m being difficult, but I can’t help that [censored], no, no

I just need some time to work out all of my issues
So that I’ll be fine when it’s time for me to be with you
I’m doing the best I can
So I really hope you understand that…

I’m just not ready right now
I’m just not ready right now
Don’t wanna be letting you down
…wanna be letting you down, down, down, down

And I know that this may seem a little unfair
But I hope that when I’m ready…

You’ll still be right there
You’ll still be right…
You’ll still be…
Yeah, I hope that when I’m ready
You’ll still be right there
You’ll still be…
Right there waiting for me, right there waiting for me

Hope you’ll still be right there
You’ll still be right… You’ll still be…
Hope that when I’m ready
You’ll still be right there
You’ll still be…
Right there waiting for me, right there waiting for me
Right there. Right there.

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