Southern emcee Mulatto is a long way from her days as a wide-eyed adolescent on Jermaine Dupri's Rap Game. The Atlanta-bred spitter has blossomed before our very eyes, only polishing her skill set as she advances and successfully breaking free of the the often limiting label of a child star.
She's grown into her own and certainly has the pen to back it up as illustrated in the most recent set of freestyles that Latto has been dishing out as of late. Most recently, she's hopped over some bass-laden production, courtesy of Ant Chamberlain, well-documented for his work with YFN Lucci, to deliver on yet another spitfire piece of work that does its job at cementing Mulatto as formidable competition these days.
Get into the "Big Latto Freestyle" down below.
I'll get a n-gga wiped down like Boosie
I was 16 when I touched six figures, I ain't no groupie
Been doing this shit, I been a rich kid, no Skooly
Twelve got these n-ggas wearin' wires, y'all rat ass can't fool me