James C. Giddeon, Jr., the exciting, and vibrant MC, Glory is one of upstate New York s finest talents to come along in a time where a change is needed in Hip Hop music. Glory is not your typical rapper who just talks about the ill times of street life. He covers a wide range of topics from spousal abuse, and love, to having a party and spiritual reflections of a higher being. Not only can he give that to you in raw punch line form, but as a prolific songwriter. His talent has led him to appear in some very exciting projects in his career so far. He has been featured on the soundtrack of a very exciting DVD series called STEPS TO STARDOM (How To Make It In The Music Industry) in which not only did he feature on the soundtrack, but one of his four songs became the theme song for the entire DVD. He was also featured in another DVD series called Underground Street Buzz: DVD Magazine, in which he showcased his sharp freestyle skills. Glory has also had his songs played on local radio stations 103.9FM WDKX, which is the most known radio station locally in the Rochester area and college station 89.7FM WITR. He recently finished shooting a music video for his single Bang Bang, which is one his singles off his highly anticipated album Celebration. This song, as well as two others by Glory, are being featured in movie (title TBA) being scored by hit making producer DR Period of Rockboy Street Records. These songs were picked by DR Period himself, so this really shows what other industry heavyweights think of Glory s talent. Glory has performed all over the Rochester area along side other well known local artists such as Damaris Rivera, L.I., 106 and Park s 7 week hall of fame winner Sincere The Great, Signature and Making The Band 4 s own Qwanell Que Mosley. He has also opened up for major acts such as Lil Scrappy and Bone Thugs n Harmony just to name a few. Throughout his career, Glory has also worked with a lot of other local artists and producers as well such as Signature (well known local R&B group), Roc Music, Battleroy (produced for Frankie J, etc.) and Midnite (produced for Carl Thomas, etc.) just to name a few. Recently Glory was featured at a concert in his hometown of Rochester called Exposure Fest 2007, in which he completely rocked the crowd with his song Roll Call. This song also carried him all the way to the finals of a music contest held by local radio station 103.9FM WDKX and Koch Records in Rochester, in which he later won a recording deal with Koch Records! Glory has been just focusing on the future that is set before him. He has been staying in the studio coming up with new material and performing at local shows to keep his name buzzing. His latest achievement was opening up fir Lil' Wayne and Ludacris at the T-Wayne Back2Back weekend at Blue Cross Arena's Fall Fest in which he rocked a crowd of over 8,000 fans. He performed for a charity event, Rochester Loves Haiti, which raised roughly $20,000. He had the whole crowd chanting " home with her, home with her," He is now pushing "For The Town" which is produced by S Duece.. In all, Glory is the next big explosion in music period. With his songwriting ability, freestyle skills, and humbled attitude, he is sure to have a lasting impact on whoever hears and feels his music. In a world that is ever-changing, there is one thing that is constant, and that is the talent and ability of music Hip Hop artist GLORY!!!!