ATL’s very own “Princess of the South”, Young Niyah releases the visual to debut
Atlanta, Georgia’s own “Young Niyah” a.k.a Princess Of The South started writing rhymes at the tender age of 5. She knew that rapping was her destiny. Niyah then begins practicing her autographs for her future fans.
Young Niyah recorded her first written song called “Atl,” in which she repped her city Atlanta, Ga when she was only 7 years old. Her lovable personality caught the eye of an Executive Producer for Atlantic Records. Shortly after, she was asked to play Jaheim’s daughter in the video “Struggle No More”. She later starred in a few national stage productions throughout the United States.
Niyah graduated from a prestigious high school with honors. She was awarded a full scholarship to Arkansas University, in which she turned down to pursue her God-given talent.
Young Niyah goes hard in the video for her newly released first single”Hit Em”, which she wrote and co-produced with the talented Producer Fydo. Young Niyah enlists famous Mother Tamika Scott of Xscape and Music Mogul Johnnie Cabbell in the video, giving her that official ATL stamp of approval every new artist dreams of.
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