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Freda Baffour popularly known as Freda Rhymz is a hip-pop/afropop artiste who emerge fame after winning MTN hitmaker 2017. She has been one of the best young female rappers who came into the music scene with a whole lot of different energy.
In 2020, she became one of the most trended artiste on social media due to some controversial beef she had with Eno Barony about who is the best female rapper in Ghana. It been a quiet time the female rapper released a new song, and she is also not posting on her social media pages. Some Ghanaians started saying Eno Barony had killed her career because of the beef they had.
But Freda Rhymz is back on Instagram again with a new vibe of energy. She posted her first come back video on her Instagram page jamming in the studio of Dj Breezy preparing Ghanaians another hot Jam.
But the current pictures she posted has gotten her followers asking where she had been all this while.
Below are some of her new look
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