In West Philadelphia born and raised; but he didn’t play on any playgrounds. Mulaarie coming from the musically sacred grounds of Philly, didn’t have time to play. Life’s cruel circumstances left him to fend for himself in any and every way possible, which in the end morphed him into a sort of ‘prophet of the street.’ Mulaarie calls it as he’s lived it and the rawness of his language is drawing the attention of people with similar experiences, people curious about what that type of life is like and the big wigs who are accomplished who see in him, what they saw in themselves. Mulaarie at the tender age of 25 has lived 10 lives and now his lyrics act as a bullhorn for what it’s really like to be out there relying on instinct alone.
‘Everyone says I’m soft now’, says the burgeoning rapper. ‘But I’m not soft, I’m a father’. Life has changed drastically for Mulaarie since the days when all he had to worry about was himself. He has completely taken on the role of a loving, nurturing father and has decided that his young king will live vastly different than he. Taking a long hard look in the mirror, Mulaarie concluded that the only way his son should live is in excellence. He’s growing up and glowing up doing the right thing by family while breaking into this industry with a vengeance.
Wasn’t too long after Mulaarie decided to mix urban myths, realities and street tales into a fusion of melodic chant, did South Philadelphia native Beanie Sigel take notice; and the rest as they say is history. Sigel began to walk around with Mulaarie as if he were his musical son; someone whose future he absolutely cared about. Sigel knew what we all know…. Hip Hop keeps living when new life is breathed into and the evolution continues.
Mulaarie has come MILES from where he started. His career path has become the stuff of legends and his discography is intriguing, telling and musical. He’s proud of all his work but has done remarkable collabs with the likes of Styles P and Beanie Sigel; something up and coming rappers wish they could say. Check out his current releases on Spotify, SoundCloud, iTunes, as well as videos on YouTube where much of his work is streamed.