Nick Grant Tips His Hat To African-American Ladies On “Black Woman”

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Nick Grant is prepping his forthcoming LP titled, Dreamin’ Out Loud. As we approach Mother’s Day, the Atlanta-raised MC unveiled a new record dedicated to African American women dubbed, “Black Woman.”

With Stacy Barth crooning over the song’s hook, NG expresses some of the godly traits that black women possess.

“Forever a queen/Pure, black and ever so clean/When shit get hot, you help me watch for what these devils could bring/Responsible nightmares and having Federal dreams/And being grounded can bring you close to/Heavenly things I learn from you/I want you to teach me to love you/The missing piece to the puzzle/Single parent hustle,” raps the ’88 rapper.

Back in 2016, VIBE spoke to Grant about his mother.

“I was raised by my mom, so those are natural things to me. My mom told me the other day, ‘You don’t really have no excuse because you know what women want because of how you were brought up,’ said Grant. “It made me appreciate real women because I saw things that other women were doing that wasn’t real,” he said. “So, my mom is one of the biggest factors in my life, and my grandmother, my grandfather as well. Just the way he loved his wife, and the things that he would do for her are some of the things that I picked up from being around him.”

Prior to “Black Woman,” the slick wordsmith released singles “96 Bulls,”Forever and Always,” and the Yo Gotti-assisted, “The Switch Up.”

The Waterloo, SC native first appeared on the scene with 2016’s 88 mixtape, which was followed-up by Return of the Cool a year later.

Stream “Black Woman” below.