Who is Rema?
Rema is a fast-rising Nigerian Afrobeats singer, songwriter, stage performer, recording artist and a model. Rema’s full name is Divine Ikubor and he is currently signed to Mavin Records – one of Africa’s leading record labels owned by billionaire record producer, Don Jazzy.
Full data profile of Rema
|Full Name||Divine Ikubor|
|Age||20 years old|
|Birthday||May 1, 2000|
|State of Origin||Edo state|
|Parents||Justice and Mrs Ikubor|
|Career||Singer, songwriter, model|
Rema’s childhood and education
Rema was born on May 1, 2000, and he is currently 20 years old. Rema had all of his early education in Benin, Edo state, where he obtained both his First School Leaving Certificate and West African School Certificate. There is currently no information about his university education plans.
Rema’s music career
Rema loved singing and rapping since his secondary school days. According to the singer, while he stayed in Benin, he would tour local churches and schools to showcase his art. Even while in school, Rema formed a Live band. It was not until 2018, when he posted a viral freestyle of D’Prince’s track “Gucci Gang” on Instagram that he was discovered by D’ Prince himself, the Chief Executive Officer of Jonzing World Record and the immediate younger brother of veteran music producer, Don Jazzy.
Rema was later signed to the Mavin Records in 2019. That same year, he released an eponymous debut EP “Rema” that peaked at Number 1 on Apple Music Nigeria. Rema won the Headies Next Rated artist that year too and was also nominated under the Viewer’s Choice category.
Rema: International fame
Rema gained international spotlight when his song “Iron Man” appeared on the summer playlist of Former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama. In 2020, he received the Soundcity MVP for best new artist and was nominated as Best Viewers Choice: International Act on the 2020 BET Awards, alongside Nigeria’s top artists, Burna Boy and Wizkid.
Updated net worth of Rema – 2020
Based on recent data about his assets, label royalties, influencer marketing and endorsement deals as of 2020, Rema’s current net worth is estimated at about $1.1 Million.
Rema has signed several juicy endorsement deals, including his new contract with popular electronic brand HP.
Just recently, Rema received the Honorary Membership Award of the BMW Club of Nigeria for his commitment and promotion of the brand in his recent hit single, “Beamer”. To get Rema for a live performance or to appear at an event or show costs around $50,000 currently.