Big Glo released the new version of the project on Wednesday (March 15) which includes standout track, “Ex’s (PHATNALL Remix)” alongside Durkio.
“I just started back making love songs again I NDA em’ now/ I ain’t too rich to fuck my old hoes I make em pay me now/ Do you whisper in my ear, ‘I want GloRilla right now,'” Lil Durk raps.
Trina also co-signed Big Glo by blessing the official remix to her “Nut Quick” track, while Gloss Up and NikiPooh have hopped on the “Get That Money” remix.
The deluxe edition of Anyways, Life’s Great sets the stage for GloRilla to deliver her highly-anticipated debut album via CMG later this year. She was also recently dubbed Apple Music’s newest Up Next artist for March.
But it’s not all good news for GloRilla at the moment, as she’s in the midst of controversy after her recent concert with Finesse2Tymes resulted in a stampede and claimed three lives.
The Memphis rappers performed at the Main Street Armory on March 5, where seemingly unfounded reports of shots being fired inside the venue sparked panic and a deadly stampede.
Two women in their thirties were killed in the immediate aftermath, and the Associated Press reported that a third victim, 35-year-old Aisha Stephens of Syracuse, has also since passed.
After the show, GloRilla took to Twitter to address the tragedy, expressing her shock and sadness while sending prayers to those who were in attendance.
“I’m just now hearing about what happened wtf [sad face emojis] praying everybody is ok [prayer hand emojis],” she tweeted.
Following reports of a second death, GloRilla returned to Twitter to express further sentiments.
“I am devastated & heartbroken over the tragic deaths that happened after Sunday’s show,” she tweeted. “My fans mean the world to me [sad face emoji] praying for their families & for a speedy recovery of everyone affected.”