Watch Atlanta rapper Heaven Vaniece’s latest visual for song named after her city

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Joining the ranks of female recording artists getting it in Atlanta, Heaven Vaniece shares the official visual for her bouncy new track named after her city. It’s for the young and bold girls that like to fight and turn up. Heaven Vaniece explains why she is the way she is, in the second verse of the song. The young artist details growing up without a father, having to “buckle up” and “step it up” for that reason. If you’re into other Southern artists like KentheMan, Erica Banks, and Mulatto, you might enjoy this. Watch the video below.

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