Rema has achieved more in the Nigerian music industry than any of his debut mates.
Ranging from awards, collaborations, and general branding, in a short span of time, Rema could be able to influence the industry, carving out a unique sound that every newbie want to tap from.
Initially, it seems like roll-out plans for brand projecting and make-belief speculation but progresses to a point where it became clearer.
Just like a tsunami, he storms the industry with a style and hits, catching everybody’s attention with a striking addictive vocal.
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At first, people contemplate from all sides of the spectrum the similarity to Wizkid’s but also set out variability with time to diverge between the two creatives.
Rema officially infiltrates the Nigeria music scene in 2019, with a self-titled extended play project under Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records owned by D Prince.
The four (4) tracks EP was widely accepted and topped charts across all music platforms, also a supporting track from the EP titled ‘Iron Man’ appeared on Barack Obama‘s 2019 annual summer playlist.
However, collaborating internationally in a short space of time as Manny Norté recruited Atlanta’s 6LACK and London rapper Tion Wayne alongside Rema for a single titled ‘4AM’
Rema‘s case is talent meet destiny, going from the rapid growth right from the edge of collaborating with Canadian superstar Drake on yet to be released piece.
Also, which was proudly announced by Drake himself, inching a blueprint to an uncommon characteristic in the Nigerian music industry.
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In a nutshell, Rema is on the path of becoming BIG globally with the remarkable impacts and style he has created in the Nigerian music industry within a little space of time.