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Miss Mulatto and Jermaine Dupri. (courtesy photo)

After eight weeks of a hip hop boot camp with music mogul Jermaine Dupri, Atlanta native Miss Mulatto emerged as the victor in Lifetime’s The Rap Game (#TheRapGame).

In the finale, the rappers went head-to-head, performing a live rap battle in front of influential music industry insiders. Sixteen-year-old Miss Mulatto, came out on top, applying the lessons she learned from Dupri and this season’s special guests, including Usher, Ludacris, Da Brat, T.I. and Silentó.

Miss Mulatto began her career performing at birthday parties and has since made a name for herself in Atlanta. With over two million YouTube views to date, she is more than ready for the next step in her music career. Her winning song, No More Talking, is available for purchase now on iTunes.

The Rap Game is cable’s number one series on Fridays at 10pm. Lifetime has ordered a second season of the show, which is executive produced by Queen Latifah and Jermaine Dupri and is the network’s youngest-skewing series currently with a median age of 33. Season two will debut this summer and is produced by Intuitive Entertainment.