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Teen Rapper Miss Mulatto Grand Opening Clothing Store/Recording Studio, The Pittstop


Teen Rapper Miss Mulatto Grand Opening Clothing Store/Recording Studio, The Pittstop

Written by Jerron Ebb


17-year-old rapper Miss Mulatto, had the grand opening for her first recording studio and clothing store, Pittstop.

The winner of the inaugural season of The Rap Game and newly signed artist of SoSo Def Records has had an overall year filled with nothing but accomplishments. This is the first business venture Miss Mulatto has pursued since winning her season of The Rap Game.

She said this first business venture was inspired and encouraged mainly by her parents, friends, and all of her supporters.  Many people who were the inspirations of the Pittstop were in attendance. The event had the entire store filled with supporters.

Many at the event said they were very proud of her accomplishments because how young she is. Miss Mulatto says that age is nothing but a number and encourages other young rising entrepreneurs to take actions to accomplish their goals too.

“You’re never too young. My parents instilled in me that I can accomplish anything I want if I put my mind to it”, stated Miss Mulatto.

During the grand opening, many local young artist came out to support and showcase their talents. The store even showcased many rising clothing designer’s products.

2016 has been a very successful year for young Miss Mulatto. From winning The Rap Game to opening her own clothing store and recording store, she is proving to everyone that she is truly about her business.

“In 2017, we have more projects coming. We have an online store coming and a couple of my own products coming”, stated Miss Mulatto.

We know Miss Mulatto will do nothing less than the best. This store being a great addition to the southside of Atlanta is the star of her many business ventures.

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