Flau'jae, one of Georgia's youngest hip-hop sensations, wowed the judges during her first performance this season while performing an original song she wrote about the effects of gun violence. She received Chris Hardwick's Golden Buzzer during Judge Cuts while performing another original called "I Can't Lose." Flau'jae, who is a "keep it real and live each day as your last day"-type of kid, started writing and performing songs at the tender age of nine. Inspired by her father, the late, great rapper Camoflauge, she went on to perform at large venues in front of thousands of fans, opening up for platinum recording artists and appearing on national TV as a rapper on top-ranked reality shows. She also is a talented and highly recruited AAU basketball star who led her team to several tournament championships as the most valuable player. As a young philanthropist, Flau'jae devotes her time tutoring and coaching young children and feeding the hungry in her community. Flau'jae is a kind soul filled with enthusiasm, and she succeeds at carefully balancing her wonder years and pursuing her music dream. Follow Flau'jae at

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