Miss Mulatto Net Worth 2024 – Biography, Wiki, Career & Facts

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Miss Mulatto is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. Her real name is Alyssa Michelle Stephens, but she was professionally known as Mulatto or Big Latto. She appeared on the reality television series “The Rap Game” in 2016. She adopted the stage name Miss Mulatto and won the show’s first season.

She sings in Hip Hop, Trap, and Southern Hip Hop genres. Mulatto enters the mainstream with a breakthrough single, “Bitch from da Souf,” in 2019. Soon afterward, she starts signing with RCA Records, and her song ranked 95 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Early Life

Miss Mulatto was born on 22 December 1998 in Columbus, Ohio. Her mother is Misti Pitts, and her father’s name is Shayne Stephens. She moved to Georgia in childhood at the age of 2.

She attended Lovejoy High School in Clayton County. She participated in drag racing before entering the music industry. At the age of ten, Mulatto decided to become a rapper. She starts writing rap songs and discontinues her education to focus on her music career. Identifying as biracial because of her black father and white mother, she adopted the stage name Miss Mulatto.

Personal life

Her father is African American, and her mother is Caucasian. Mulatto has two sisters: Kay and Brooklyn. Miss Mulatto isn’t married yet. There is no report of her relationship with anyone. She does not talk about her relationship and just enjoys a luxurious lifestyle.

In 2017, Mulatto opened the clothing store “Pitstop Clothing” in Jonesboro, Georgia. Police arrested Mulatto for a case of theft.  She released a track, “Fuck Rice Street,” in May 2019, attesting to her innocence and anger toward the police.

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YouTube Career

In October 2008, Mulatto created her YouTube channel named “PITTSTOPENT1”.More than 1.9 million people have subscribed to her channel and gained 34 million-plus views. She uploads music videos, live performances, and Vlogs on YouTube channels. She also manages accounts on various other social media platforms and gains more than 11.5 million followers on Instagram.

Professional Life

At the age of 10, Mulatto start writing lyrics and focused on rapping. She was a stage performer at local events. Before her music career, she also experienced drag races as she loves automobiles. Children’s book and CD “Ooops… I danced my diaper off” featured Mulatto.

In 2016, Mulatto became a contestant in a reality show series, “The Rap Game.” Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri were producers of that series. In this series, rappers performed against each other. Mulatto won this show. Dupri offered a record contract with So SoDef to her. But Mulatto rejected this contract due to some financial issues. Mulatto preferred to work as an independent singer.

In 2016, her first song, “No More Talking,” was released, and then she collaborates with her fellow competitor Lil Niqo from “The Rap Game” and released “Tough on the Internet.” She also won an award in 2016.

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Mulatto’s Albums

On  2 October 2016, Mulatto released her first mixtape, “Miss Mulatto”. Next year she released her second mixtape, “Latto Let Em Know.” The tape featured artists like Molly Brazy, Crucial, Silentó, and Lil Key. In 2018, she decided to change her stage name to a mononym and released the self-titled mixtape of the same name that year.


The single “Response Diss” was directed by Young Lyric, her fellow competitor from The Rap Game. The single was a diss song. Tracks from both were insults about drug use and their experiences from the show. Miss Mulatto has also worked with Janelle Monáe, 2 Chainz, Future, and Jacob Latimore. Stephens closed 2017 with an EP, Time, and Pressure.

Miss Mulatto  earns a name for her single “Bitch from da Souf,” released in January 2019. She was invited for a stage performance at the annual rap festival in Miami, Florida, in 2019. The same year, she released a single “big Latto” from “Bitch from da Souf.” The single was a breakout hit, ranking at number 95 on the Billboard 100 chart. This single was certified Gold by the RIAA in the United States.

Saweetie and Trina, both rappers, make a remix of “big Latto.” In this remix, Mulatto includes her third EP, “the Latto,” released on 12 December 2019. In March 2020, RCA Records officially signed Mulatto. On 23 April 2020, she released the promotional single entitled No Hook. Then in May 2020, Mulatto released another promotional single, “He Says She Say.”

Mulatto recreated some singles of rapper Gucci Mane’s album covers, starting with “The State vs. Radric Davis.” Gucci’s reaction was good to this effort. Mulatto then revealed that she is going to release her single titled “Muwop.” She featured Gucci Mane in this single”. Mulatto also appeared in American rapper Cardi B’s music video. In  August 2020 Mulatto was featured on NLE Choppa’s single, “Make Em Say.” This song was from his album Top Shotta.

A breakthrough album “Queen of the Souf”

On 12 August 2020, Mulatto announced her debut project with RCA Records titled “Queen of Da Souf.” On 21 August 2020, she released this record. The project contains singles; “Bitch from da Souf” (Remix), “Muwop,” and the promotional singles “No Hook” and “He Say She Say.” On the Billboard Top 200, this record ranked number 44. On 4 September 2020, Mulatto also worked with Chloe x Halle’s song remix, “Do It.” Mulatto was also work in “Down.”

Music videos for “On God” and “In n Out” were released in September and October 2020. She released the extended version of Queen of Da Souf in December 2020. This version included five new songs and spawned the single “Sex Lies,” featuring American rapper Lil Baby.

It was announced that Mulatto decided to change her stage name in 2021, which arose controversy on the term being considered a colorist. She is the first female rapper from Atlanta to have a solo certified Gold and platinum record that is with “Bitch from da Souf” (2019) and “Muwop” (2020).


Miss Mulatto became famous in a short time and won many awards and achievements. In 2016, she won Youth Hip Hop/R&B Award at the stage of Georgia Music Awards. She was nominated for the Best New Hip Hop Artist award in 2020 and the “Global Push Artist of The Month” award in  February 2021.

Miss Mulatto Net Worth

Miss Mulatto is a rapper and also an entrepreneur as she owned a boutique. Her current net worth is 3 million dollars, and last year her income was 4 million dollars. She earned this money from her business, music, and appearances on Television shows.


A 25 years old rapper Miss Mulatto is a role model as a singer and entrepreneur. She worked hard to reach this level. Despite having many issues, Mulatto never gave up and just focused on her career. She discontinues her education and gives her best to her profession. Mulatto faced an issue of racism but made it her identity. She explains the problems and issues of her life through music in a suitable manner.