Mulatto gives back in “Spend It” video
The Atlanta star shows love to her community in the ‘Queen Of Da Souf (Extended Version)’ clip.
Yesterday (December 22) marks Mulatto’s 22nd birthday, which she made sure to celebrate with her loved ones. Her latest revolution around the sun also saw the release of her latest visual for “Spend It,” which is produced by Diego Ave and Bankroll Got It and sees Mulatto flexing on wax:
“Came from the south, I done made a couple M’s, I can get a n***a hit, you better mind your business, made it to the top, I cut off a couple friends, Daddy always used to tell me I’m way too friendly/
Remember they were hatin’ when I’d pull up in the Benz, now them bitches gon’ be sick when I pull up in the Bentley, ’bout the brand new money, countin’ hundreds, comin’ in so fast that I can’t even spend it/”
Despite the above chorus, the accompanying clip shows that Mulatto has no problem spending money on her community. As explained in the beginning of the video, the Atlanta star and her team decided to spend the day purchasing food, electronics, toys, and other gifts and giving it away to families in need. It’s hard not to smile when seeing the children’s eyes light up upon receiving something cool for the holidays.
“Spend It” is taken from Queen Of Da Souf (Extended Version), a deluxe upgrade of Mulatto’s August debut album Queen Of Da Souf that was released earlier this month. Altogether, the project sees 18 tracks and additional appearances from Lil Baby, Saweetie, Trina, 42 Dugg, 21 Savage, City Girls, and Gucci Mane. In addition to her own work, the XXL Freshman alum became a hot commodity for others as well, appearing on a slew of 2020 hits alongside NLE Choppa, Chloe x Halle, G-Eazy, Queen Naija, 2 Chainz, and more.
Press play on Mulatto’s “Spend It” video below.
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