Tessica Brown, also known as "Gorilla Glue Girl," wants to reclaim her narrative by releasing her own track incorporating snippets from her viral TikTok video, the New York Post reports.

The single "Ma Hair," which was written by Brown, is her first time venturing into music. 

According to her manager, Gina Rodriguez, Brown recorded her vocals last month in Hollywood and worked with independent music producer/engineer Phil Valley, TMZ reports.

Back in February, Brown went through a horrible ordeal when she used Gorilla Glue as a gel for her hair and posted her situation on TikTok. She has since launched a hair-care line.

Her name and snippets from her video were later used by artists to create unauthorized remixes, prompting Brown to issue cease-and-desist orders. 

Rapper Nicki Minaj also referenced Brown in her song "Fractions." After learning of the song, Brown's team contacted Minaj to see if the hip-hop star would be interested in collaborating with her on the single. 

Despite the subsequent events since her viral incident, Brown is thrilled to be expanding her likeness by stepping into the rap game. "Ma Hair" will be available on streaming platforms on Friday.