Atlanta bred-rapper Mulatto has teamed up with legendary Gucci Mane for her new track "Muwop". The burgeoning rapper has been hitting social media outlets all week with her own version of Gucci's iconic album and mixtape cover art. The highly anticipated cut definitely brings some early 2000s nostalgia.
Paying homage to her role model, "Muwop" pays its dues to Gucci's 2006 single "Freaky Gurl". Produced by J.White Did-it, Mulatto floats over a smooth interpolation of the catchy chorus. Sampling the original track, she lays down a spicy sixteen. "This boy thinks I love him, bitch I'm Big Latto not Suzie", she climbs all the way into her bag as she delivers boastful bars. What would the track be without another verse from the man himself? Tapping the Zone 6 rapper for a feature, "Muwop" comes full circle.
Like the women before her, the Rap Game veteran is relentlessly making a name for herself in the industry. Tapping Trina and Saweetie for her "Bitch From Da Souf" remix, Mulatto is proving that she can hang with the big ones. Coming strong off her 2019 EP releases Big Latto and No Panties, she's back in the studio to drop some more heat. With a handful of singles dropping halfway into the year, listeners can expect much more from the talented lyricist.
Read our spotlight on Mulatto here.