Rema is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and rapper who was born on May 1, 2000. He hails from Benin City in Edo State, Nigeria. His real name is Divine Ikubor, but he goes by the stage name Rema.
Rema’s music career started in 2019 when he was discovered by D’Prince, who is the brother of popular Nigerian musician Don Jazzy. D’Prince was impressed by Rema’s talent and introduced him to Don Jazzy, who signed him to Mavin Records, a prominent Nigerian music label.
Rema quickly rose to fame with his debut single “Iron Man,” which was released in March 2019. The song became an instant hit, and it earned Rema widespread recognition both in Nigeria and internationally. He followed up with several other popular songs, including “Dumebi,” “Corny,” and “Bad Commando.”
In addition to his music career, Rema is known for his unique fashion sense, which often includes bold patterns, bright colors, and oversized clothing. He has also been vocal about his love for soccer and has been seen wearing jerseys from various teams, including Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain.
As of 2021, Rema is only 21 years old, and he is already considered one of the most promising young talents in the Nigerian music industry. He has won several awards and nominations, including the Headies Award for Next Rated Artist in 2019, and he has collaborated with numerous popular artists both in Nigeria and abroad. Rema’s net worth is estimated to be around $1 million, and he continues to be a prominent figure in the Nigerian music scene.