G.L.O God's Love Only is a National/International Rapper/Singer/Songwriter and ground-breaking artist in the genre of Christian Rap, having received critical acclaim from some of Gospel’s most revered and is also an accomplished writer with 7 Albums to her credit. Growing up G.L.O always had a desire for music and when she received Jesus Christ as her personal Savior in 98’ she asked God for her purpose. She began to write songs and despite her diverse collection of music, she noticed that none of her music glorified God. That all changed one fateful day when God had a Word for her in Bible Study, “You can’t have one foot in the world and one foot out.” After receiving that message, it was the Breakthrough for G.L.O and she hasn’t looked back since.
G.L.O’s journey has reached the multitudes through Street Ministry, Bars, Clubs and Churches. She Ministers to the few as though there are many, and to the many as though there are few. Her captivating lyrics and delivery pierce the heart of the listener to where she has received feedback of lives being Healed, Transformed and Saved. G.L.O’s message bridges the age gap reaching the young and old and breaking down the misconception that Rap is only of the world.
G.L.O has appeared on local TBN networks as well as UK London International TBN. She has graced the stage of the Gospel Superfest where she shared the platform with Artists such as Deitrick Haddon, Lecrae, Dorinda Clark-Cole just to name a few.
She has also received Radio Airplay from Local, National and International Stations.
G.L.O's Single "EPHPHATHA" has Been added To What's New In Gospel Volume 1 which consist of Gospel Artist such as Todd Dulaney, Jonathan McReynolds, and Mali Music to name a few. Currently she has recently released her New Single "Famous" which hit the Christian Radio Charts at number 1 on its first week and remains in the top 5. Famous is a song that reminds us that we are to spread the fame of Christ throughout the world. Jesus the name above all names is the only name that should be up in lights. Mark 8:36-38 For what will it profit if a man gains the whole world and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?