Rap newcomer Mulatto is helping fans get through quarantine with some extra togetherness. The hip-hop rookie has announced a new phone number for diehard supporters to reach out to her.
On Tuesday, Latto went to Instagram to break the news to fans. She also acknowledged some followers might think she’s joking around and not giving out her real digits.
“Hey, I have a surprise for you guys. I just made a new motherf*cking number strictly for me fans,” Latto revealed. “To text y’all motherf*ckers all day. I know it sounds like bullsh*t, I know you think I’m capping. This is deada**. Deada**, B. So what you gonna do is text my number, I just got it made so I don’t know the number off the top of my head or whatever but I’m gonna put it down there [in my caption]. And you gonna text me.”
“Ion gotta lie lol text me +1 (404) 800-9685 It’s sooooo many of y’all so I’m sorry if you don’t get a personal response but my REAL fans will appreciate the mass texts of unreleased/first dibs on music videos, pictures, meet & greets, and more content ❤️ if not f*ck u don’t text”
“I didn’t know green bubbles determine whether it’s really me texting or not 😂😭 stop tryna fight the truth. N*GGA ITS ME TEXTING YALL +1 (404) 800-9685”
A few days ago, Mulatto treated fans to a new visual. The hip-hop artist premiered her Saweetie and Trina-featured “B*tch From Da Souf” remix music video to the masses.
Throughout the music video, each rapper flaunts their unique wordplay. Clearly Trina shines as she’s the veteran, Saweetie honestly dominates during her scene which features Mulatto and her inside a pastel-themed restaurant. (Okayplayer)
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Latto made sure to explain how much the video meant to her. She dished on her admiration for both Saweetie and Trina.
“I’m especially excited to be dropping the video during Women’s History Month. I cannot thank Trina and Saweetie enough for being a part of this. The energy on set was unmatched. Saweetie is truly a sweetheart. Trina is a real-life role model, not only as a rapper but as a woman.” (Complex)
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In addition to the huge premiere, Latto broke some major news. She announced a new partnership with iconic record label RCA.
The female-empowered video was shot in L.A. and Atlanta and was directed by Sara Lacombe, who’s worked with Cardi B, CityGirls, Lil Baby and more. Prior to the music video release, Mulatto announced her inking with RCA on her socials. “For 5 years I worked independently waiting for the right opportunity to present itself. I knew in my heart that it was time and felt 100% confident in choosing RCA,” said Mulatto. RCA’s Chairman & CEO, Peter Edge, adds, “We’re excited to have Mulatto join the RCA family. She is a bright, talented young star who has already made incredible strides in her career.” (HITS Daily Double)
“I hit the LATTO for real @rcarecords🎰 BFDS remix video drops tomorrow at 12 noon EST”