Fire In The Booth: The Dubai Series saw a freestyle from one of U.A.E’s very own artists last night for the final episode of the series.

Freek made his debut on Fire In The Booth last night for the series finale. The UAE-based Somalian artist is considered to be a key figure in the conception of Arabic Drill.

Throughout his freestyle, Freek rapped seamlessly, showcasing different tempos over two beats produced by Prodbutters and Masonxbeats.

Although Freek raps in Arabic, and some people may not understand what he is rapping about, his flow and vibe is undeniable. Freek has made a name for himself in the music industry, opening for the likes of Gucci Mane and more.

With twenty-five thousand monthly listeners on Spotify, Freek has built up a large fan base. Two songs that have received a lot of recognition are Wala Kilma which has over 1 million views on YouTube and Aslan 3adi.

Freek even teamed up with UK artists Eyez and Young Tribez in 2019 for the remix of Wala Kilma.

The rapper released a new track back in October last year, Khali Walihowever he could be working on new music with Abra Cadbra

Freek made a subtle hint in a picture of the pair with the caption ‘more flames coming’.


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Fire In The Booth: The Dubai Series has really opened our eyes to some exciting emerging talent overseas. Let us know what you think of Freek’s freestyle and of FITB’s Dubai Series overall @pieradiouk.