Fast-rising Rema, the international Afrobeat artist, recently went online to brag about his most recent performance and flaunt his arrogance.
In a message uploaded on his page, the “Calm Down” monarch boasted about having another sold-out event and stated that he did not feel obligated to divulge any specifics about it.
The Mavin signees went on to remark that he no longer sees the need to brag about constantly selling out performances because it has become his norm. Rema’s confidence in his sold-out gigs reflects his growing popularity and the enthusiastic support of his supporters.
As an artist who consistently delivers successful performances, it’s understandable that he no longer needs to constantly highlight his achievements. His focus on maintaining this success demonstrates his dedication to his craft and the undeniable impact he has made in the music industry.
Online debate has been sparked by a comment on Divine Ikubor, better known online as Rema, an accomplished Afrobeat musician. The singer recently boasted about his most recent, wildly successful performance in America on his Instagram page, noting that he now sells out shows outside of Africa, just like when he was handing out garri to commuters at the Oshodi bus stop in Lagos. Many fans and critics have expressed mixed reactions to Rema’s comment.
While some celebrate his ascension to international stardom and the global expansion of Afrobeat music, others feel that equating his earlier challenges to sold-out events is inappropriate and diminishes the hardships encountered by street merchants. The discussion emphasizes the intricacies of achievement and the importance of artists being cautious of their words when expressing their path.
Rema’s words elicited a variety of reactions from netizens, but he received mostly positive feedback, notably from his label’s boss, Don Jazzy, who referred to him as “Rave Lorde.” See what Rema said that has everyone talking.