Mulatto is a popular rapper who performs alongside top rappers like G-Eazy and Gucci Mane.
However, Mulatto came to fame when she first starred in Lifetime’s The Rap Game back in 2016. She was the inaugural winner of the first series of the tv contest, where she went head-to-head against four other budding rappers to get a contract with So So Def Recordings.
Four years on, Mulatto has made a successful career in the hip hop industry. So how did she get to her rapper status? What is she up to now? Here is a glimpse into the life that the season 1 star has made for herself!
Alyssa Michelle Stephens – who is best known as Mulatto – is a 21-year-old American rapper.
She was first offered a contract with Def So So Recordings as part of winning season 1 of The Rap Game.
Mulatto released her first single No More Talking in February 2016, before she joined The Rap Game co-star Lil Niqo for their collaboration single Tough on the Internet.
She also won the Youth Hip Hop and R&B Award at the 2016 Georgia Music Awards during the same year she released her first mixtape, Miss Mulatto.
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Mulatto’s journey on The Rap Game
In 2016, Mulatto was one of the contestants on season 1 of The Rap Game, led by record producer Jermaine Dupri and rapper Queen Latifah.
Performing under stage name Miss Mulatto at the time, she was crowned the winner. However she turned down a contract deal with So So Def Recordings as she allegedly claimed it didn’t offer enough money.
Mulatto went on to become an independent artist just months after her appearance.
Mulatto is the best female rapper she been doin her thing
— FYM J. (@fymjesse) September 25, 2020
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Where is Mulatto now?
Mulatto has grown successfully since her The Rap Game appearance.
In 2019, the American rapper had a breakthrough with her single Bitch from da Souf and was signed to Sony-owned record label RCA Records.
Last month, the song reached number 95 on the Billboard Top 100. After releasing a remix of the song with rappers Saweetie and Trina rappers, Mulatto then released follow up single Muwop featuring Gucci Mane.
In other business ventures, she opened her own store Pittstop Clothing, in Georgia, one year after the show.