American rapper, songwriter, and entrepreneur, Foreign Glizzy, is leaving no stone unturned when it comes to the money. He turned his passion into profits, and he enjoys rapping about it. His album, “Foreign Exchange”, has been streamed all over the world, and the project’s songs have been heard over 100K times.
Born Gary Williams Jr. in San Francisco, California and raised in Vallejo, CA, Glizzy represents the Bay Area. And his music has that recognizable West Coast, California rap sound. He released videos for two of the album’s standout singles, R.I.P. Kobe and Road Running. Although there are two other gems on the project that deserve to be noted as well.
“I just hit her back to back. I’m finna go again…”
The album begins with Paper Talking. Foreign Glizzy makes no apologies for living large. He raps, “25K that’s what the wrist cost, 100K that’s what the whip cost.” On Paper Stacking, he raps over a trap beat, “count up a hundred racks and put it right in the mattress.”.
A graduate of San Jose State University, he’s got the brains and the talent. He is a successful business entrepreneur who owns multiple “Foreign Family Clothing” retail stores throughout the Bay Area. The rapper also owns his own label called Foreign Family Records with various artists signed under him.
His music is available on all platforms