Stream: Mulatto’s Debut Album ‘Queen of Da Souf’

Published: Thursday 20th Aug 2020 by Rashad

Mulatto is the female newcomer on everybody’s lips.

The RCA Records darling first made headlines for winning Lifetime’s reality music competition, ‘The Rap Game,’ before bumping from speakers with her breakthrough single, ‘B*tch from Da Souf’ (which was later remixed with Saweetie and Trina).

Earlier this month, she not only learned the song had become her first Hot 100 charting single but it was also certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

Now, she’s ready for her growing legion of fans to hear the content that accompanies the tune on her debut album, ‘Queen of Da Souf’  – a 13-track affair featuring the likes of Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, and more.

After delivering a series of EPs and mixtapes, the self-proclaimed queen’s royal inauguration – her official introductory effort – awaits inside:


Click here to listen on Spotify.




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  1. Kenneth W Jordan August 21, 2020

    I’m over the ebonics….NEXT

  2. Missmeka1987 August 21, 2020

    Dope album..

  3. #WAP August 21, 2020

    I’m not crazy about it yet, but I think she’ll slay, especially with the features and next album

  4. Ling Ling Sauce💋💦💦 August 21, 2020

    “Queen of Buffet” 😂🤣😂 drink that sweet tea gurl

  5. Clarks0o0ñ August 21, 2020

    She’s on the same label with flopmani but look at how she’s blowing up, no hype, no shout outs from 7425666787865542212 different celebrities on Instagram and Twitter, no sympathy, no playing the victim

  6. Holliewuudd August 21, 2020

    I really think her next album will be a defining moment for her. I haven’t listened to this one but plan to. But just by my observation, she’s come a long way in a short time. And she’s GORGEOUS. I feel like she’s still ramping up to her potential tho

  7. Hated August 21, 2020

    She was the winner of the rap show Jermaine Dupree and you see how now she’s come into herself. She’s not that same mixed curly headed freckles having awkward kid. She’s turned into this exotic sexual being. On one hand I’m here for it and on the other I can’t turn a blind eye to the fact that s** sells.

  8. fk that b!thc TRUMP & the h03 that didn’t ABORT HIM When She had the Chance! August 21, 2020

    millenials really like to ignore historical contexts…. mulatto is as offensive as the N word and not something a person of color should EVER EMBRACE as identity… btw mula= mule so ya’ll figure out on your own how describing mixed black people was and still aint right…

  9. Beam Me Up Scotty August 21, 2020

    I would rather listen to Khia. This girl might be a queen at something, but it’s not of the south or music.

  10. TheUrbanGent August 21, 2020

    Congrats to her for grinding, but she needs to be practicing. She is just copying exactly what the women before her are doing, yet she isn’t bringing anything refreshing or different to the table. Lackluster, at best. I will check out the album, but I’m not expecting much from her as a lyricist.

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