Atlanta rapper Mulatto reckons she is a ‘Bitch from da Souf’

As a fellow woman from below the Mason-Dixon line, this track is the “twerk anthem” to add to your “twerk” playlist.


Mulatto, who used to be known as Miss Mulatto, previewed new music with the release of ‘Bitch from da Souf’. As a fellow woman from below the Mason-Dixon line, this track is the “twerk anthem” to add to your “twerk” playlist. The video is chill with a limited view of the landscape, juxtaposed with a luxury Porsche convertible that matches Mulatto’s hair. The video is set by train tracks, underneath a bridge that is another set of train tracks, near a tunnel and some urban graffiti. Mulatto delivers her bars wearing two monochromatic outfits making sure to show off her iced out nameplate and rings, curves, and designer Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana sneakers.

Mulatto serves “fleeky” eyebrows with a natural glam beat and slight twerk, to keep it cute. The camera moves, shakes, and jumps in unison with Mulatto to the 808s which makes the video fun; the same sporadic [and on-beat] camera movements you see during those dance challenges on Twitter or a TikTok video.

Mulatto reps Clay County, Florida, throwing up two C’s in the video multiple times. On the one hand, the video isn’t as flashy as Ariana Grande’s ‘7 Rings’ or Cardi B’s ‘Money’. Regardless, the knock from the beat that slightly reminds you of ‘Boyz-n-the-Hood‘ by the great Eazy-E. The lyrics tell you who Mulatto is, what she’ll do, and her Southern twang is all you need.

Overall, the video reminds you of some of the early Southern Rap videos. The artist is the focus including what they’re wearing. An exotic car behind him or her and minimal camera exposure for the background area gives you Trap music vibes. The video ends with Mulatto sitting on the Porsche with one leg over her knee. It’s the way a bad bitch would “flex” on her car Down South.

Words by Coop


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