Mickey Guyton: Discrimination Towards Women In Country Music and “Heaven Down Here” | Apple Music

In this installment of Today’s Country, Mickey Guyton connects with Kelleigh to discuss the deeper meaning behind her tracks “Black Like Me” and “Heaven Down Here”. Mickey talks about the challenges she faces in the music industry, and embracing what makes her unique. Listen to Mickey Guyton on Apple Music: https://apple.co/-HeavenDownHereYT

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