Savannah rapper Flau’jae, 14, will make her second major television appearance on Tuesday performing on "America’s Got Talent."

The 13th season premiere of "AGT" is set to air at 8 p.m. May 29 on NBC. A YouTube video published by the network shows a teaser of Flau’jae performing her original track, “Guns Down," an homage to her late father, Savannah rapper Camoflauge.

 

Flau’jae appeared as the youngest rapper of five on the Lifetime network’s reality show, “The Rap Game,” in 2017. The show is produced by Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri.

“I feel like it’s an amazing opportunity to show the world what I have to offer,” Flau’jae told Do Savannah in a 2017 interview. “I think it’s a thing not everybody has the talent to do.”

Camoflauge (Jason Johnson) was an emerging 21-year-old rapper when he was killed outside Pure Pain Recording Studio in Savannah in 2003. Flau’jae was not yet born at the time. Camoflauge sold over 50,000 copies of his second studio album, “I Represent,” and was offered a record contract with Universal Music Group before an arrest for possession of cocaine nullified the deal.

 

Flau’jae began rapping when she was just 9 years old. A number of her father’s friends, including Master P and Birdman, have mentored the young MC, along with her mother Kia Jones.

“I’m thinking she’s really little, but I ended up saying OK,” Jones told the Savannah Morning News in 2017. “People started calling. I just had to figure out a fee. It was a blessing she had this hidden talent. Now we are focusing on her career.”