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Latto – Queen of da Souf

  • Release date: 21 August 2020
  • Label: RCA, streamcut

Debut album by Alyssa “Mulatto” Stephens, rapper from Atlanta, winner of the first edition of the reality “The Rap Game” in 2016 and freshly nominated in the Freshman Class of XXL, which has been worthless since at least five years. After declining the contract offered by Jermaine Dupri’s label, she embarks on a career as an independent artist and emerges in 2019 with the hit “B*itch from da Souf” (here in Remix version with Saweetie and Trina), which allows her to obtain an agreement with the RCA. There are about twenty people behind the production of the rhythms, among others there’s also Murda Beatz, but no one stands out. The guests are Gucci Mane, City Girls, 21 Savage, 42 Dugg, Trina and Saweetie: their performances are all normal, except for 42 Dugg, who does one of his least successful Migos impressions in “Off Top”.

Latto shows that he has a decent voice, good dynamic flow, and potential over a melodic, varied, accessible, and average trap production. He provides numerous club bangers, some ballad/rnb efforts in the concluding section, and enjoys pulling out bars, particularly about sex, money, and bragging.

With 13 tracks and 31 minutes of listening time, the album was a moderate commercial success: Mulatto is a part of the subgenre known as “strip rap,” which is a spinoff of the nineties female “dirty rap” movement. This movement changed from the post-Godfather era’s “I’m the boss’ woman / I’m the gangster’s girl” to “I’m the hoe of the new one / I’m the girl of the boss’ brother’s nephew,” a transition that was aided in its evolution by The Goodfellas and The Sopranos. The lyric segment is what keeps the entire project together, even though this is undoubtedly the correct direction for rap right now and the one to which the artist appears more suited. This album is greatly suitable for people in the south and anyone who loves trap and 

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Queen of da Souf tracklist

  • 1Youngest n Richest1:45
  • 2Muwop3:20

  • 3In n Out3:15

  • 4He Say She Say2:25

  • 5Pull Up2:36

  • 6Toya Turnup Talks (Skit)0:36
  • 7On God1:53
  • 8Look Back at It2:47
  • 9No Hook1:43

  • 10Off Top2:16

  • 11My Body2:58

  • 12Blame Me2:06
  • 13B*tch From da Souf (Remix)3:44

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