Zim dancehall musician Freeman was full of gratitude following the numerous birthday wishes that he received on his birthday. The music artist recently celebrated his birthday. He said he was overwhelmed by the support and love shown by his followers and family.
Freeman said he was unable to respond to all the birthday messages as they were voluminous. He, however, said he was grateful. Freeman is one of the most sought after Zim dancehall singers and commands a large following.
The singer said it was elating to know that people loves him that much. He said it was also good that they showered him with such love and compliments when he is still alive rather than having to try and appreciate him when he is long gone. The artist also claimed to have eaten a lot of cake.
Freeman started off within dancehall circles with songs such as Joina City. He has not looked back since and continues to release hit after hit. The artist has collaborated with artists such as Da Ruler and Alick Macheso. He has released songs such as Handina godo and Ngaibake. His collaboration with Macheso last year was a chart topper.
Freeman has scored numerous gigs both locally and abroad. He has toured countries such as the U.K and South Africa. The young artist is actually one of the pioneers of dancehall music. Fans are mesmerised by his lyrical flow. He is also famous for his fine taste when it comes to fashion
Other celebrities that celebrated their birthdays this month include Alick Macheso and Tembalami.
Freeman is famous for his chant names such as “Dangerzone” and “Magallis” that he usually shouts in his songs