Freedom is an album by Yothu Yindi that was released in 1993 under the Mushroom Records label.
Freedom is an album by Neil Young, released in 1989.
"Freedom" is a 1996 single released by Robbie Williams, his debut single since leaving Take That. It is a cover of "Freedom '90" by George Michael. It reached number 2 on the UK Singles Chart, and has not been included in any studio albums since.
"Freedom" was a song by British pop duo Wham! in 1984, becoming the group's second UK #1 hit. It was written by George Michael, one half of the duo.
Freedom is a 1987 album by Carlos Santana.
"Freedom" is a song by British synth pop duo Erasure. It was the first single released from Erasure's ninth studio album Loveboat. The track was written by Vince Clarke and Andy Bell.
Freedom was a 1995 song released on Mercury Records featuring a chorus of over 60 African-American female artists and groups of note in hip-hop, pop and R&B music including Aaliyah, Mary J. Blige, MC Lyte, SWV, TLC, and Monica.
"Freedom" is a 1970 funk song released by The Isley Brothers on their T-Neck imprint. Written and produced by the Isleys, the song explained the meaning of freedom in many ways inclduing "(going) where you wanna go/love who you wanna love/work where you wanna work/flirt when you wanna flirt" and so on. The song was issued on their 1970 album, Get Into Something, and was one of six R&B charted hits the group scored on the album peaking at number eleven while it also made an appearance on the pop chart peaking at number seventy-two.
"Freedom" is a song from the 1974 musical film, Huckleberry Finn. It was sung by Roberta Flack who did not approve of the musical arrangement and threatenned a lawsuit if the Original Cast album were not remastered to her liking. The song was written by the Sherman Brothers.