Mulatto Drops Gucci Mane Collaboration, ‘Muwop’
Her career has kept on moving since her 2016 appearance on The Rap Game. Then, a teenage Mulatto needed her opportunity at stardom and demonstrated that she was superior to her fellow contestants.
In spite of the fact that she wound up taking the crown, she selected to not sign with So Def and proceeded onward as an independent artist. Since that time, Mulatto has assembled her brand and her fan base all alone, discharging various singles that lead us to her most recent: a collaboration with Gucci Mane.
The now-21-year-old as of late prodded her Gucci collab “Muwop,” a track that flips Gucci’s 2006 great “Freaky Gurl.” She holds consistent with Guwop’s original all through the chorus and Gucci accompanies a verse close to the furthest limit of the song. You’ll need to sit tight a couple of more hours for their poolside music video to authoritatively drop.
In the meantime, stream “Muwop” by Mulatto and Gucci Mane and let us know your contemplations.
So when you see me n*gga don’t speak (Shh)
Put ’em straight to sleep
I don’t sell p*ssy but this ain’t cheap (On God)
Abracadabra, got rappers and trappers
Yeah I got some tricks up my sleeve (Woo)