Amanda Bynes is rapping it up.
On Sunday, April 24, the "Hairspray" alum released a new rap song titled "Fairfax" on Instagram — it's the second song she's released this month.
"Instagram blocked the last post of the song Fairfax because this account isn't verified," she wrote alongside the post. "Because I own full rights to this song, maybe instagram won't delete this post…"
In the song, which also features her fiancé Paul Michael, Amanda raps about "flexing" at Los Angeles' Fairfax flea market.
She says, "You could have it too if you hit the ground heavy. Ridin' low in Cali in my '64 Chevy."
Amanda and Paul released a song called "Diamonds" earlier in the month.
"Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds on my neck, on my wrist," she rapped in the song recorded during the COVID pandemic. "Diamonds, diamonds, diamonds on my fish, all wet."
The release of "Fairfax" comes almost a month to the day of her nine-year conservatorship ending.
"Amanda appreciates the love and support of her fans during this time. She thanks her family for never giving up," her lawyer said in a statement. "Now that the conservatorship has ended, she looks forward to completing her bachelor's degree and living her life."
Since then, the former actress has moved into a home in Los Angeles with Paul.