• Alyssa Michelle Stephens, known as Miss Mulatto or Mulatto, is a rapper with a net worth estimated to be over $500,000.
• She is bi-racial and grew up in the south side of Atlanta.
• She became the overall winner of the inaugural season of the Lifetime series “The Rap Game”.
• She released several Extended Plays and collaborated with other artists, including 2 Chainz, Jacob Latimore and Jannelle Monae.
• In 2019, she was arrested for a felony • theft and released a track “F**ck Rice Street” to defend her innocence.

Who is Miss Mulatto?

Alyssa Michelle Stephens was born on 22 December 1998, in Ohio, USA, and is a rapper, best known for being the winner of the inaugural season of the Lifetime series “The Rap Game”. She has released several Extended Plays (EP), performing under the stage name Miss Mulatto or Mulatto.

The Riches of Miss Mulatto

Miss Mulatto has a net worth estimated to be over $500,000 as of early 2020, earned through success in the music industry.

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Aside from her music releases, she’s also earned a bit from her television appearance. She’s also ventured towards business projects which has also helped in building her wealth.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

While Mulatto was born in Ohio, her family later moved to the south side of Atlanta, in Clayton County where she grew up. She is bi-racial with her father being African-American and her mother Caucasian. During her time there, she developed a love for rapping, and attended Lovejoy High School.

The school is located in Hampton, Georgia and offers numerous programs in sports. It is located near Clayton State University where some of its alumni enroll.

Around this time, she was already writing her own raps, and continuing to develop her craft. She also enjoyed automobiles, and participated in drag racing. She decided to stop high school education altogether so that she could focus on her pursuit of a music career.

Miss Mulatto

She found her breakthrough when she auditioned for the reality program “The Rap Game” in 2016, which aired on Lifetime. She was successful and became a contestant during its inaugural season. The show is produced by Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri, and follows young aspiring rappers who are put into a boot camp-style show, and compete against each other over a span of eight weeks. The show has aired for five seasons, with many of its contestants later competing in other television talent shows.

Work as an Independent Artist

She became the overall winner of the competition, and Durpi offered her a contract with So So Def Records, however, she turned down the deal as she felt that the offer was not enough to entice her. She opted to become an independent artist, and began releasing music on her own. During the same year, she released her first single called “No More Talking” and then worked alongside fellow competitor Lil Niqo for the single “Tough on the Internet”.

Her efforts led her to win the Youth Hip Hop/R&B Award during the Georgia Music Awards.

The following year, she released “Latto Let Em Know”, her first mixtape, which featured artists such as Silento, Crucial, Lil Key, and Molly Brazy. The mixtape contained a diss track called “Response Diss” which was directed at another competitor from “The Rap Game”, Young Lyric. The two continued to exchange diss tracks as a result, insulting each other about drugs, homosexuality, and experiences during their time together in the show.

Recent Projects and Events

In 2017, Miss Mulatto continued to collaborate with other artists, working with the likes of 2 Chainz, Jacob Latimore, Jannelle Monae, and 2 Chainz.

She then released another EP called “Time and Pressure” which was her last project of the year. The following year, she announced that she would be dropping Miss from her professional work, going instead by the name Mulatto. Shortly after the announcement, she gained praise for her work in the single “B***h from Da Souf” which was released in early-2019.

She was then invited to Miami, Florida, where she performed at the annual rap and hip-hop music festival called Rolling Loud.

In the middle of the year, she released another EP called “Big Latto”, and followed it up with her third called “Hit the Latto” to close out the year.

The year was not without issue, however, as she was arrested for a felony – theft. Some of her critics and rivals started pitching in as she was reportedly accused of stealing underwear from a store. Others quickly came to her defense, with her close friends announcing that there was a misunderstanding. Nothing came of the case, and she later released a track called “F**ck Rice Street”, which described her encounter with the police, as well as her innocence.

Personal Life

Mulatto is single and there have been no reports about any romantic relationships – she doesn’t talk about that very often. She is often spotted around her hometown in Georgia, and frequents her boutique store in Jonesboro called Pittstop Clothing.

She enjoys the luxurious lifestyle provided to her by her music career. She often rides private jets and wears designer clothing. She also loves to flaunt her body, and the money she has. Some of her musical inspirations include Tupac, NWA, and Nicki Minaj. Her style is often compared to 2 Chainz, and a more Southern style of rapping.

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