Today (Sept. 6), GloRilla reconnected with fellow Memphis rappers Gloss Up, Slimeroni, K Carbon, and Aleza for a new single titled “Wrong One,” which is produced by Tay Keith. The track sees the artists describing how they handle toxic men.

“He had the right game, but he just picked the wrong one, f**k wrong with this dumb a** n**ga? Ay, I had to show him I’m that b**ch, but that I’m my daddy son, slime, h**, when it come to doggin’ n**gas, I do that for fun, I do that for fun, I do that for fun, steady s**ttin’ on these b**ches like I got the runs…”

“Wrong One” boasts a matching video that begins with the women finding out that GloRilla’s man is having an affair. In response, the group heads to said cheater’s house later in the evening with plans of utter destruction. Notably, one part of the clip is a loose reenactment of the rooftop scene from the 1996 film Set It Off.

The aforementioned collaborators have been making waves together for the last couple of years via releases like “Shabooya,” “You The Type,” and “Set The Tone.” Since the arrival of the HitKidd-backed “F.N.F. (Let’s Go),” GloRilla catapulted to the forefront of hip hop via her label deal with Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group and her appearance as a 2023 XXL Freshman. Her most recent project, ‎ Anyways, Life’s Great…, contained the Cardi B-assisted “Tomorrow 2,” which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 and earned a double platinum certification.

GloRilla isn’t the only one from the Bluff City collective to make major strides in the game. As previously reported by REVOLT, Gloss Up signed to Quality Control in 2022. In January, she dropped Before the Gloss Up, her first project under the label. Glo, Slimeroni, K Carbon, and Aleza contributed to the 13-song effort.