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Tems Song ‘Free Mind’ Is Fat Joe’s Choice

Tems Song ‘Free Mind’ Is Fat Joe’s Choice

Tems song ‘Free Mind‘ is Fat Joe’s choice for song of the year. Out of all the songs in 2022, this is the best for Fat Joe.

Tems Song ‘Free Mind‘ Is Number One For 2022, According To Fat Joe

Tems song titled Free Mind is getting the stamp of approval from Fat Joe.

Taking to social media, he played the song in the background as he was going live on the platform.

Explaining his choice of song, he says –

“I played this because to me, this is the song of the year. “Song of the year to me. I don’t know about you.”

Though this song is a few years old, it is a heavy favorite on the radio this year.

You can see the video below.

In case you are not familiar with this lady, her real name is Temilade Openiyi.

She is a 27-year-old Nigerian singer/songwriter/producer who burst onto the scene in 2018.

Among her collaborations to her credit, she is featured on Future and Drakes’ “WAIT FOR U“.

Additionally, she is the writer for Lift Me Up“, sung by Rihanna during the end credits of the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever movie.

Also, she is credited with doing a cover of Bob Marley’s “No Woman, No Cry

Check out the official music video for Tems Free Mind now –

No telling what else this dynamic artist has in store for the future, but we are definitely down for it.

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