Rema is making and adding a new flair to Afrobeat and pop music from Africa, starting from his home country, Nigeria to the world.
His 2019 could be described as the best year any upcoming musician will dream of. From his maiden EP, Rema to the current one Bad Commando, the 19-year-old Nigerian singer has been consistent with classic hits. And there’s no turning back, but, rather more goodies ahead to be conquered by him.
He is the latest cover for Fader’s NOW issue released a few hours ago, where he tells his story of using music to bridge the cultural gap, a phenomenon that’s seen and heard on most the songs he has released so far.
His sensational rise in music has been as a result of the blend of talent, hard work and good management. He is signed to Mavin Record, owned and operated by legendary Nigerian music executive, Don Jazzy. The same brain behind flourishing careers of top musicians such as Tiwa Savage, Reekado Banks, D’ja and more
Even though his style was compared to Afrobeat superstar, Wizkid, the young singer has maintained his cool and dominating.
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