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Listen Vanessa Bling New Song “Overcome”

After dropping her new music video “Chosen,” Vanessa Bling serves up another new single “Overcome.”

The former Gaza princess teams up with Troyton Music for this new conscious anthem that sounds like a gospel track. “Everybody march out from yo believe in a god / Never go a obeah man never do your neighbor bad / Have your owner things and yo know yo never rob / Yo know your heart clean and yo know yo can brag,” Bling sings over a retro gospel beat.

Vanessa Bling has been enjoying a resurgence in dancehall over the past few months with a slew of new music getting heavy rotation on the airwaves. She recently received some criticism from the Christian community after releasing a new single “My Position.” But the dancehall says her music doesn’t means that she stops believing in god.

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