Young Mission Entertainment officially signs Freda Rhymz

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Young Mission Entertainment, a Paris-based Ghanaian booking and entertainment company, which has over the years made very major impacts in the lives of most artists in the country has officially been able to sign its ever first unique female rapper Freda Rhymz. 

Freda Rhymz parted ways with her former record label Black Avenue Muzik after working with them for a year. 

Born Freda Baffour Awuah, Freda Rhymz made history by emerging the winner of the sixth season of the MTN Hitmaker music reality show. She is the first female to win that reality show.

Through intense effort, Freda Rhymz released three official singles and music videos between March 2018 and May 2019 under Black Avenue Muzik.
She released ‘Jammin’ (a Hip-hop/Rap song), ‘I Dey Go’ featuring Kelvyn Boy (an Afrobeats song), and ‘Pay’ featuring D-Black (an Afrobeats/Hip-hop song)’.

Apart from the songs/videos, the rapper also released two freestyle music videos within that same period and two label singles and music videos -‘Kokorkor’ and ‘WataBamBum’.

Today, the management and booking company is very proud to announce their signing of Freda Rhymz into their good books. 
The contract is a five-year period and is subject to renewal. 

In a short ceremony to outdoor their new artist at the young mission entertainment office at the airport, CEO of young mission entertainment, Nana Amoako Frempong, told SVTV Africa, he was excited about his new signing and looking forward in working with Freda Rhymz.

"It's difficult for a female artist to blow in Ghana and looking at how hard she has work to be where she is now, we thought of coming in and helping her reach the top. So I'm excited about the signing and looking forward in working with her" 

The newly signed young mission entertainment artiste expressed her excitement and said, she has been longing to work with young mission entertainment. 

Other Artistes who were arranged to be signed on to the company are music producer and singer, Danny Beatz, MC and Singer, OG.


I have always wanted to be an actress - Freda Rhymz

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Talented rapper and Black Avenue Music artist Fredda Rhymz has disclosed that, growing up, she had wanted to be an actress and not a musician. 

In an interview with host Ayisha Bayipa on SVTV Africa, the talented rapper said growing up she had wanted to be an actress and not a musician even though she sings and act when she was in high school.

"Growing up I have always wanted to be an actress or a flight attendant and not a musician, I love acting so much, I use to entertain my friends when I was in high school, I never dreamt of becoming a musician"

Freda Rhymz added that, her dream of becoming an actress or a flight attendant was crashed when one Boham identified a musical talent in her when she moved to Accra five years ago.

"I use to do my normal freestyle on snap chat until one day, a guy called Boham said I'm very talented, he likes what I do and he offered to help me"

Asked if she will quit music to pursue acting, she replied " No, I have been called to do music, so I'm focusing on doing music now, besides it is still showbiz." She noted.

Freda Rhymz is currently promoting her new single "I dey go" which features Kelvynboy.

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