Latto tells her easiest hit “Bitch from da Souf” she’ll never do music that manner again.

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Latto claims that writing a certain iconic song “Bitch from da Souf”  was her “easiest” hit, but she also says that she will never write music in that way again.

The rapper revealed that her debut track “Bitch from da Souf” was inspired by nothing when she spoke with Atlanta’s Hot 107.9 on Monday, April 8.

“I was pulling up a beat pack from Bankroll Got It when I heard the beat of ‘Bitch from da Souf,’ and I really just started writing it in my Notes [app],” the woman recalled. “Chopped it that night or the following day in the studio.”

She added, though, that she would never be able to write music in that way again. She went on, “Now that I’m overanalyzing everything, I’m trying to recreate that process. I wish I could go back to that mindset where it’s like, no pressure.”


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She went on to say that because of her popularity, she can no longer be as open and free as she was in the beginning because there are so many “other people involved” in her work.

Together with Hot 107.9, Latto created history last month when she became the first female headlining Atlanta’s annual Birthday Bash concert, which is presented by the radio station in the summer.

The “Sunday Service” actress revealed that she will be the main attraction at the yearly event on June 22 in a short clip in which she recreates a scene from her music video and heads to the radio station while sporting a “Big Latto Bash” t-shirt.

On social media, Latto celebrated being the festival’s first female headlining act, posting, “1ST FEMALE TO HEADLINE BIRTHDAY BASH!!! @hot1079atl.” I’m introducing our very special guests—fire emojis—to you.