After earning a Golden Buzzer last week, 14-year-old Savannah rapper Flau'jae will head to the "America's Got Talent" live shows at 8 p.m. Tuesday on NBC. The results will be shown live at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

Voting opens at the top of Tuesday's show and remains open until 7 a.m. Wednesday.

Here's how Savannah viewers can vote for Flau'jae:

• By phone (her unique number will be shown onscreen)

• NBC.com

• AGT app (available on the App Store and Google Play)

• Xfinity X1 customers: vote via your set-top box by saying, “Vote for AGT” into the X1 voice remote, or by pressing the remote’s Info button

 

Flau'jae is the daughter of rapper Camoflauge, who had a burgeoning career before he was shot and killed in Savannah in 2003 at age 21.

“I felt like he died too early. I feel like he had a dream and things he wanted to do. I want to do it for him,” she told the judges before her Golden Buzzer-winning performance of original song "I Can't Lose."

She also impressed the judges during the audition round of “AGT” in May with the premiere of her new song “Guns Down,” a plea to end gun violence.

If Flau’jae wins the show’s 13th season, she would be the first rapper to do so.