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Aretha Franklin's granddaughter Victorie, sings at BET Honors 2014

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Victorie Franklin is a true singing talent - no doubt about it, and she's the granddaughter of Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.

Listen to her rendition of "Take Me to the King," as she pays tribute to her grandmother Thursday at the BET Honors 2014.

The sweet sound that came from this young lady's vocal cords was just like a melody. She game Tamela Mann's, "Take Me to the King" a new spin. It was soft as a gentle breeze.

Victorie's father, KPoint, Aretha's son, introduced her after a brief rap solo he delivered on stage - no memories there. However, Victorie redeemed whatever was lost after her father sang. KPoint was cute though.

There is no doubt that Aretha has passed down the singing gene to her granddaughter.

At the end of the song, Victorie said, "Love you grandma..." This beautiful princess has a bright future ahead of her.

With Aretha's coaching and mentoring, there is no telling where she might land.

Whether Victorie will reach the height and debt of her grandmother is yet to be seen, but anything is possible.


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