Sixteen-Year-Old Miss Mulatto Wins Jermaine Dupri’s Rap Game

Sixteen-Year-Old Miss Mulatto Wins Jermaine Dupri’s Rap Game

Atlanta’s 16-year-old Miss Mulatto was chosen by producer/musician Jermaine Dupri as the winner of the inaugural season of his reality/competition TV series, The Rap Game.

Miss Mulatto, who began her budding career performing at birthday parties, was awarded a contract with Dupri’s So So Def Recordings, and will go into the studio with Dupri soon to begin recording her debut material for the label. “I’m happy to crown a fellow ATLien and huge talent with the crown for Season One,” Dupri said. “It was a grueling process and I’m proud to welcome Miss Mulatto to the So So Def family.”

The Lifetime network has renewed The Rap Game for a second season, debuting this summer.

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