Rema, a talented artist, has released his much-anticipated first album, ‘Rave and Roses,’ three years after smashing records in the Nigerian music business with his dynamic self-titled ‘Rema’ EP.
The ‘Rema’ EP aided in the development and adoption of Extended Playlists (EP) in the Nigerian music business, with Rema himself serving as a leader of the new generation of musicians, utilizing the internet and social media as important tools for his music marketing and career advancement.
Rema, who is signed to Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records, positioned himself as the future of Afrobeats and subsequently characterized his music genre as Afro-Rave, combining his distinctive vocal style with other parts of African music and instruments to create a new sound.
The 19-year-old newcomer wowed the globe with his inventiveness, cranking out hit after smash like he was meant to do.
Rema, actual name Divine Ikubor, became a household name for many major players in the music industry far sooner than predicted, and he expanded his tentacles into the African and international scenes through clever campaigns and partnerships with other singers all over the world.
Three years after breaking into the music industry, Rema releases her debut album, ‘Rave And Roses.’
With his album ‘Rave and Roses,’ Rema confirms his musical genre.
Rema has already issued three extended plays, over 20 hit singles like ‘Dumebi,’ ‘Spiderman,’ ‘Woman,’ ‘Bounce,’ ‘Soundgasm,’ ‘Calm Down,’ ‘Bad Commando,’ and ‘Rewind,’ to name a few, and several award recognitions. his first studio album, ‘Rave and Roses’, at age 21.