Dee Mula



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Dee Mula was born Ladarius Odum jumped into the Memphis rap scene with a flow that can only be described as unique. Unlike today’s young hip-hop crowd currently induced by mumble rap, Mula resorts to his grimy wordplay and storytelling about his childhood, adolescent years, and adult life to transport you to a time when lyrics made sense. He had has first run-in with law enforcement at the tender age of 14, when he was caught in the possession of a handgun. He was released right before Da Come Up his first mixtape in the spring of 2017 and the road to making a name for himself on the Memphis Rap Scene began. The fall of 2017 he released Let Me Get That Vol. 1, which contained the banger Str8 on Ha that consumed the streets of Memphis immediately.


As the song took off and people began to take notice of Dee Mula, and it caught the ear of Nless Entertainment CEO Marcus “Head” Howell. Marcus began Nless Entertainment in 2016, and signed its first act Music Superstar Moneybagg Yo soon after. Following several meetings, and negotiations Dee Mula signed to Nless Entertainment in 2017, and the rest as they say is HISTORY.


EP & Singles