Over the past few years, Atlanta rapper has risen through the ranks of the rap game, going from a contestant on Jermaine Dupri's child-focused rap competition to one of her city's most promising young artists. Last year, Big Latto — as she refers to herself — started to show real signs of her ability to make hits that stick. One of the strongest was "Bitch From Da Souf," which, as the title suggests, is an anthem for women from below the Mason-Dixon line. In December, she dropped a remix of the track with Queen of the South, Trina which some may view as a passing of the torch. Today for Digital FORT, the two artists have a chat about what the song means to them.