Mulatto has released her song ”Muwop,” featuring Gucci Mane. A flip of Gucci Mane’s hit track ”Freaky Girl” It’s the first official single and video from her forthcoming major-label debut mixtape.
“I look good, good, b***h I’m fine, fine, make him give me brain, make him give me Einstein/
I walked in the meetin’ label, seen a dollar sign, it took a couple M’s for me to sign the dotted line/
Slim waist with the booty, this n***a dumb if he loses me, this boy think I love him, b***h I’m Big Latto, not Suzie…/.”
Before the song’s release, Mulatto also paid homage to Gucci by recreating covers of his celebrated albums and mixtapes. The RCA Records artist makes it clear she’s running the show in the eye-popping visual showing off Hummers, KandyPens, stacks of cash, and plenty of bravadoes keeping her and her girl’s company.
The Columbus, Ohio rapper got her start as the winner of the Lifetime reality series ”The Rap Game” produced by Jermaine Dupri and Queen Latifah. The boot camp-style series followed young rappers in a tournament against one another over a span of eight weeks. Mulatto was the overall winner of the competition. She was given a recording contract from Dupri with So So Def Records but turned down the deal claiming it wasn’t enough money, opting to be an independent artist.
“I flipped Gucci Mane’s ‘Freaky Gurl’ for my project and I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if he could get on it,’” Mulatto said in a press release. “When I got the text that Gucci recorded a verse for the song, I started screaming! Gucci is my favorite rapper of all time. Even when I was 10 years old, in interviews I would say he was my favorite.”
The pool side collab Directed by Arrad is a queentine spa day fantasy. Mulatto has built her brand and her fan base on her own, releasing numerous singles that lead us to her latest: a collaboration with Gucci Mane. The clip ends with a call to action for Breonna Taylor, who senselessly lost her life at the hands of law enforcement.