Chicago poet and singer Jamila Woods, made a name for herself with a soulful verse she contributed to Chance the Rapper\u2018s \u201cSunday Candy\u201d last year, released her video for \u201cBlk Girl Soldier,\u201d the first single to her anticipated debut solo album, Heaven, out June 23. This is a very empowering track celebrating womanhood and important black woman who had a difference in African American culture. In the video she made reference to Rosa Parks, Assata Shakur and Harriet Tubman in the song\u2019s lyrics. In a interview with Complex Media Woods stated, \u201cI wanted to celebrate the power and resilience of black women but also highlight the importance of allowing space for more quiet, vulnerable moments where we can refuel ourselves and each other,\u201d. \u201cThe goal of the \u2018Blk Girl Soldier\u2019 video is to lift up the black women throughout history and today who inspire me and who are doing brilliant artistic and activist work. Knowing my history and what my people have survived before me has made me stronger.\u201d Woods has made other musical contributions with Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment\u2018s \u201cSunday Candy\u201d from Surf; and Macklemore and Ryan Lewis\u2018 \u201cWhite Privilege II.\u201d Her anticipated debut solo album, Heaven, out June 23.