Miss Mulatto aka Mulatto or Big Latto is a Rapper from the USA, she was born to White mother Misti Pitts and Black father Shayne Stephens, at a very young age she was into drag racing but later decided to pursue her career in the music industry, at the age of ten she began writing her own rap songs. In 2019, Mulatto released a track, “Fuck Rice Street”, after she was falsely arrested for theft and the track expressed her outrage toward the police.
What is Miss Mulatto Net Worth?
Miss Mulatto Net Worth
$2 Million to $3 Million USD.
Miss Mulatto started her career in 2016 by participating in the Lifetime reality series The Rap Game, an American reality television series produced by Jermaine Dupri and Queen Latifah, it was first aired in January 2016, Mulatto won Season 1. After winning the show, Mulatto was offered a recording contract from one of the show producers Jermaine Dupri but she declined the deal and claimed that it wasn’t enough money and decided to pursue her music career as an independent artist. In February 2016, Mulatto released her first single, “No More Talking,” and in the same year she collaborated with Lil Niqo, a fellow member of The Rap Game, and released a single “Tough on the Internet.”
On October 2nd, 2016 she released her first mixtape, “Miss Mulatto,” and her second mixtape “Latto Let Em Know” was released in April 2017, the mixtape featured artists such as Silentó, Molly Brazy, Crucial, and Lil Key. On June 24, 2017, Miss Mulatto released the single “Response Diss (Young Lyric Back2Back),” the diss song was directed toward Young Lyric, who is a Singer, Rapper, and fellow competitor from The Rap Game, Miss Mulatto and Young Lyric had a war word and this resulted in diss tracks from both rappers, the diss song included past experiences from the show, homosexuality, and drug use. In 2017, she released an EP named “Time and Pressure” and even worked with Jacob Latimore, 2 Chainz, Janelle Monáe, and Future. In 2019, Mulatto released the single “Bitch from da Souf,” it is the lead single from her second EP “Big Latto” (2019), and it was Produced by Bankroll Got It. The Single “Bitch from da Souf” received a lot of praise and its success led to her signing to RCA Records. Later, in the same year she released her second extended play “Big Latto,” and it reached number 95 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and was also certified Gold by the RIAA in the United States.
From April 2020 to May 2020, Mulatto released two promotional single named “No Hook,” and “He Say She Say.” On August 12, 2020, she released the debut studio album “Queen of da Souf,” by Streamcut Records and RCA Records, the album reached number 44 on the Billboard Top 200, the album consisted of four singles: “Muwop” featuring Gucci Mane, “Bitch from da Souf,” remix featuring Saweetie and Trina, “In n Out,” featuring City Girls and “On God.” On August 7, 2020, Mulatto made a cameo appearance in Cardi B’s music video for her single “WAP,” and then featured on NLE Choppa’s single, “Make Em Say.” Then, on September 4, 2020, she was featured alongside Doja Cat and City Girls in the remix of the Chloe x Halle song, “Do It.” In March 2021, her single “Bitch from da Souf” (2019) and “Muwop” (2020) were certified with gold and platinum and this made Mulatto the first female Rapper from Atlanta to hold this record.
Looking at her achievement, she was nominated for Best New Hip Hop Artist at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards on September 29th, 2020, in Feb 2021 she won MTV’s Global Push Artist of the month and in 2016 she received Youth Hip Hop/R&B Award from Georgia Music Awards.
The Estimated Net Worth of Miss Mulatto is between $2 Million to $3 Million USD.
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