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Amanda Bynes Drops New Rap Song 'FAIRFAX' With Fiancé Paul Michael

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Apr. 25 2022, Published 11:30 a.m. ET

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Amanda Bynes has returned to the mic!

Following the former child actress, 36, being freed from her nine-year-long conservatorship, Bynes dropped her second rap track, "FAIRFAX," featuring fiancé Paul Michael on Sunday, April 24.

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"NEW SONG! FAIRFAX ft. Paul Michael Produced by Yung Yogi. Spotify, Apple Music etc," the former The Amanda Show star wrote on Instagram alongside a link to the lyric video.

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"Fairfax flea market shopping flexing with Fendi. Poppin' bands Balenciaga, b***h I got plenty," Bynes rapped in the first verse. "You could have it too if you hit the ground heavy. Ridin' low in Cali in my '64 Chevy."

“All these hittas can’t see me now,” she continued to spit. “I’m Amanda and it’s going down. Yeah, I get it from the bottom ground. So come f**k with me and my sound." Michael comes in later on the track for a quick verse.

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Bynes and her husband-to-be previously released the song "DIAMONDS" earlier this month. At the time of the song's debut, her attorney David A. Esquibias told Entertainment Tonight: "Amanda is creative and playful. She had a lot of fun recording 'Diamonds' during the first shut down of the pandemic. She is now able to share it with her fans."

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As OK! previously reported, the Hairspray actress' conservatorship was terminated by a judge in March after Bynes filed a petition to end the legal binding earlier this year.

Judge Roger L. Lund told the court during the termination hearing that the fashion student has "done everything the court has asked over a long period of time." The embattled star's mother, Lynn Bynes — who served as her daughter's conservator since 2013 — and her father, Rick Bynes, were in full support of the court's decision.

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Bynes was first placed under a conservatorship back in 2013 following multiple episodes of bizarre behavior — including being put on a involuntary psychiatric hold after she allegedly started a small fire in a stranger's driveway — brought on by what she has said was bipolar disorder.

She has been sober for several years now after continuously attending AA meetings.

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