Refilwe Boingotlo Mooketsi (born October 23, 1991), professionally and popularly known as Fifi Cooper is a South African recording artist. Fifi Cooper started her music career as an R&B singer before her musical versatility saw her release her breakthrough rap single “Chechella Morao” in 2010. Fifi Cooper is signed to Ambitiouz Entertainment under which she released her award-winning debut studio album 20FIFI.
Fifi Cooper was the last of three children in Montshiwa, Mahikeng, South Africa, where she had her early education and also harnessed her ability in singing and dancing. She completed her secondary school education at Batswana High School, Mahikeng and her higher education at Boston Media House where she studied Media.
Fifi Cooper began singing at the age of 8 while in primary school; participating in various social extra-curricula activities. She professionally started her music career in 2008 when she made a guest appearance on Mo’Molemi’s Motzamai: Rebel With a Pause album. Her breakthrough however came in 2010 following the release of a single titled “Chechella Morao”, a rap song that received massive airplay and did well to gain her new grounds in the South African music industry. Fifi Cooper also made vocal appearances in the remix of AKA’s “Baddest” single, Mo’Molemi’s album titled Asia, Khuli Chana’s Lost in Time and Lection’s Gentlemen’s Club…