Fifi Cooper Biography
Fifi Cooper whose real name is Refilwe Boingotlo Mooketsi was born on 23rd October 1991 in Mahikeng in South Africa. He is a South African rap musician.
She began singing at the age of 8 while in primary school. She professionally started her music career in 2008 when she made a guest appearance on Mo’Molemi’s Motzamai: Rebel With a Pause album.
She began her career as an R&B musician before turning into a rap musician.In 2010 she released her breakthrough rap single “Chechella Morao”.
In 2015, Fifi Cooper signed a recording contract with Ambitiouz Entertainment, a South Africa-based record label. In early 2015, she released an AB Crazy-produced song titled “Kisses”.
Secondary school student at Batswana High School in Mahikeng.
She later attended Boston Media House for her higher education where she studied Media.
Fifi Cooper Awards
- 2015: Best Newcomer at 15th Metro FM Music Awards
- 2015: Best Produced Album ’20FIFI’ at 15th Metro FM Music Awards
- 2015: Best Female Album ’20FIFI’ at 15th Metro FM Music Awards
Fifi Cooper Age
She was born on 23rd October 1991 in Mahikeng in South Africa.
Fifi Cooper’s Child
She is a mother with one son named Resego.
Fifi Cooper Record Label
In February 2018 Fifi spoke out about leaving Ambitiouz Entertainment, telling DRUM her decision was due to financial problems and not personal issues. The rapper went on to claim that while she worked really hard she was not making any money under the label, adding that her relationship with CEO Kgosi Mahumapelo was non-existent.
The rapper was interdicted from performing or claiming ownership of any song recorded while under the record label. Fifi was also ordered to pay damages and royalties to Ambitiouz Entertainment, as well as the record company’s legal fees.
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She has her Record Label MoCooper Records. In an interview on Touch Central, Fifi explained about her new label and what she plans on doing with it in the near future.
“MoCooper records is my label, and I’ve been saying that I want to have my record label, I feel like it’s a dream of every artist and this year I want to spread my wings and fly so that’s why I decided to open my own record label because I’ve learned a lot of things in the past two years and I’ve been working for 10 years now so I feel like I’m ready to be my own boss.”
Fifi Cooper Songs
- Kuze Kuse
- Monate C
- Truth or Dare
- Ko Ke Blomang Teng
- Sad Song
- Good Girl Down
- Love Letter
- Take Me Back
- Power Of Gold
Fifi Cooper Contact Details
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Who is Fifi Cooper and what does she stand for?
I’m someone who tells stories that provoke thought and about ordinary people on the streets. As long as the music still moves my heart I will stand for all the woman out there trying to make it in any aspect of their lives without being given a chance ’cause of their gender.
Your style of flow is very hard and determined. What impact are you trying to create in the industry?
I am a vibrant talented artist who is passionate about her art. I’m undoubtedly a new breed of tough, talented and commercially viable female artist to hit the scene; a breath of fresh air to the South African Hip Hop. I’m also showcasing the skills woman can bring in this male dominated field.
Fifi Cooper Latest News: Fifi Cooper on EFF help
Rapper Fifi Cooper has praised the EFF for helping her fight her battles with her former record company, claiming the political party saved her life.
Fifi made headlines late last year when a court ruling in favour of Ambitiouz Entertainment prevented her from performing any music that was recorded under the label. She left the company in February along with other artists A-Reece and BenchmarQ.
The decision threatened to ruin her career and the EFF soon announced they would help her fight the decision in court.
Speaking to TshisaLIVE this week, Fifi said that the court battle fighting the decision was still ongoing, but she was grateful to the party for coming to the rescue.
“I don’t know much about politics. I don’t follow it an awful lot, but I am grateful to the party for helping me when I needed it the most. I am blessed. My life was over and they lifted me up. I have been able to get out of that dark space I was in by working hard and praying even harder.”
Fifi recorded new material after the court’s ruling but has still been performing some of her older hits recorded during her time at Ambitiouz.
“It is my right and I will forever perform those songs because they belong to me as well.”
She said she was in a good space and confident of picking up the pieces of her career.
“I am extremely happy with my life. Freedom is important to an artists and I feel really free. I didn’t feel that before but I am grateful that I have the chance to still make music and my fans are still by my side.”