DJ Suss One hopped on an IG live with a young queen by the name of Mulatto for a Taste Radio interview. For those of you who don’t know, she’s been spitting bars since she was 10 and made it clear that she’s “always been about the bars.” The Princess of the South stepped into The Rap Game at the age of 16, won and declined the contract. Flex on ’em.
When asked for her top tier female GOATS, she named Nicki Minaj and emphasized her love for the Queen of Rap’s Pink Friday. She then went on to finish the list with Lil Kim and Eve but not before she praised the Queen “B*tch From Da Souf,” for being an influence in her life and a great mentor.
“Trina is so humble. She’s the first OG person that gave me genuine advice… I’m from the south, there’s not a lot of female rappers in the south that took it to the mainstream level.”
After she was done paying homage to those before her, Mulatto and Suss discussed her most recent songs to drop, bringing up “No Hook” first. She was spitting her truth about her come up in the industry over a gully trap beat. Her winning The Rap Game and declining was the right choice and she’s “still happy she ain’t sign that.” Her lyrics reflects her personal experience of family and friends acting funny, she spoke from the heart as she expresses to the DJ what it’s like being 21 with a load of moneybags.
“I gotta make sure I don’t change but the whole time, it’s the people around you that change… They feel like you owe them. I am 21 years old… I ain’t taking care of nobody. They feel like you owe them something based off the strength of being related. Relationships, friendships…”
Which leads to her new single, “Longway” where she takes a softer approach and sings about sexin’ on her man and kickin’ it in her Maybach. Suss complimented her vocals on the track, clarifying that she can hold a note.
The two’s conversation ended on the lighter side after a thirty minute discussion about a variety of topics. She explained what it was like growing up biracial and feeling like she was having an identity crisis. She then went onto share her point of view regarding relationships, cheating and being the breadwinner. The interview also covers her parents’ involvement and support in her career.