Rema Happy With Not Getting Credits From Other Artists

Rema/Music In Africa
Rema/Music In Africa

Superstar singer Divine Ikubor popularly known as Rema has expressed excitement at not being credited by artists who copy him.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, the “Calm Down” crooner said that he is “flattered” despite not getting enough accolades from other stars in the entertainment industry and revealed that changing Afrobeats has been his lifelong dream.

The Mavin singer said:

“I’ve been on the road for 4 years back-to-back; dropping bangers, hopping on stages. It has helped my growth non-stop.In as much as vacation is needed, I just don’t like to feel idle. I have so much plans for evolving this sound. I’ve always been that guy who just want to change the guy and change how the game is perceived. From sound to shows, to branding. Even though some artists will not give me credit, I know how many people have copied my moves and I am flattered by it.”

Rema is credited with making the biggest Afrobeats song in history. His collaboration with superstar American singer Selena Gomez for the remix of “Calm Down” is the biggest sound in the history of Afrobeats after months on the Billboard chart and numerous awards.

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The singer in his early years in the entertainment industry was touted to replace Wizkid but he seems to have surpassed expectations as he is on a global level at the moment. It is not surprising he believes that a lot of singers are copying his style.

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