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I felt protected until he got to the point of being that way to me. It's hard for them to acknowledge that they're fucked up because of the way the world is.

Then he was messing with other girls on top off the fact that he was abusive so I just was like, Damn I wish I could kill him and get away with it. One day, he jumped on me and beat the shit out of me and I couldn't do it anymore so I left. People make men think it's okay to be the way that they are.

At the end of 2016, she released an EP, Glow Kit, that features singles like “Roses” and “Rules.” In a syrupy southern-midwest drawl, Bby Mutha candidly raps about about the politics of having sex with thirsty guys, revenge plots against cheaters, and celebrates the dynamic of her womanhood.

In a recent phone call, we talked about balancing motherhood with music, the power of confidence, and why men are often messy and ungrateful.

What's that been like for you to be in Chattanooga during this time where you’re seeing recording music and then seeing it take off on the internet both locally and internationally?

I knew that I wasn't about to change to wear what they wore because it was popular. I've done some fucked up shit too but men do it and don't care. Where does the Twitter bio "I'll beat y'all ass” come from. I had to change my bio to that when the video for "Rules" was circulating and niggas was trying it.

In the 5th grade, Sauconys were popular and my mom was poor. The trash stuff I've done, I've had remorse but they don't give a fuck. People were trying to be mean and say that I was a wannabe Cupcakke or Nicki or Cardi B. I don't think I give that vibe that I want to be anyone else.

Bby Mutha’s songs create a space where she can vent about some of her experiences and share gems that she’s learned from some of life’s painful and tricky lessons.

She boldly reclaims the stigma around being a single mother and rejects the limitations that society has set for her.

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