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If I don’t Release Music in a Year, Africa Will Notice Something’s Missing — Rema

If I don’t Release Music in a Year, Africa Will Notice Something’s Missing — Rema

Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema, has boasted of making such a big name for himself in the music industry, that he can’t afford to go more than a year without releasing a new song.

He made this statement while speaking during a recent interview, Rema said he has distinguished himself with a unique sound that only him can produce and has been noted for.


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The Mavin/Jonzing Records artist asserts that if he decides not to release a song in a calendar year, the entire continent will notice.

Rema bragged that the powerful statement his music has made in the industry is the reason for the hole left by his disappearance.

He said;

“I’ve distinguished myself. If I don’t drop music for a year, it will be obvious in Africa that something is missing. That’s how bold a statement my sound has made.”

In a related news, Rema, a Grammy Award-winning vocalist, is unquestionably bringing Nigerian music to a global audience. D’Prince is credited by Rema for recognizing a quality in him that he was unaware he possessed.

Rema, who has a record deal with Jonzing Records, claimed that D’Prince, his boss, discovered him while he was enjoying rap and offered him a record deal.

The vocalist of “Calm Down” revealed that the music entrepreneur and singer persuaded him to convert from rap music to Afrobeats.

He revealed this in an interview he gave to America’s Q 99.7 Atlanta FM.

He claims that he exhibited hesitation and said that he is a rapper when D’Prince requested him to adopt the Afrobeats genre.

However, the head of the record company told Rema that he liked his voice and thought it would work well with Afrobeats.

The Dumebi hitmaker was persuaded to give it a shot, and when he did, he discovered that D’Prince had been accurate in saying that he was a good fit for the genre.

Rema said; 

“D’Prince told me that he likes my voice, and he feels like I’m gonna sound really good on Afrobeats. I told him I don’t really do Afrobeat, I just rap, so he said ‘Give it a try’.”

The aspiring singer’s sold-out performances have been shutting down America.

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Daniel Mathias

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