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Nigerian singer and songwriter, Rema is arguably one of the biggest afrobeat artists in the world

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[p]Nigerian singer and songwriter, Rema is arguably one of the biggest afrobeat artists in the world. The Mavin records and Jonzing World's prince is a force to reckon with when discussing Afrobeat in this decade.
Recall that in 2019, Divine Ikubor popularly known as Rema was announced as the first act to join D'Prince as Mavin records' imprint Jonzing World.

Mavin records introduced the new talent to Nigerians after D'Prince saw a clip of the freestyle cover of his song Gucci Gang. The Benin-born Nigerian rapper, singer, and songwriter, Divine Ikubor aka Rema joined Mavin records following the departure of Reekado Banks in 2018.

On joining Mavin records, Rema has been referred to as the future of Afrobeats by many.

The singer released hit tracks like Dumebi, Iron Man, Bad Commando, Why, etc, and three projects Rema Freestyle, Bad Commando, and Rema Remix in 2019. He became the first Nigerian artist to release three projects in one year. With these three projects, a compilation album, and more singles, Rema have been able to crown himself the biggest young musician in Nigeria.

He has also recorded collaborations with international stars like Becky G, Justin Skye, Sofi Tukker, Skepta, Stefflon Don, Tory Lanez, Major Lazer, etc.

Here are five reasons why we consider Rema Nigeria's biggest young musician.

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