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In a recent interview, Nigerian singer Rema expressed a keen interest in acquiring the skills to create Amapiano songs. Amapiano, a genre of house music that originated in South Africa in 2012, blends elements of deep house, jazz, lounge music, and features expansive percussive basslines. Speaking in a recent Apple Music podcast, Rema said he is interested in making Amapiano ...

A video circulating on social media captures the two award-winning artists working on a new project with a producer. The footage has sparked lively discussions online, with many speculating whether this collaboration will result in a personal project for Seyi Vibez or Rema. Many anticipate it is more likely to be a Seyi Vibez song as the singer teased that ...

Rema, who was initially scheduled to tour the cities of Lagos, Abuja, and Benin, announced days back that he wouldn’t be performing anywhere this December due to health reasons. The singer made this known on his Instagram page. He said he is heartbroken by the sudden development, promising however, to return to the stage next year. Rema wrote: “It breaks ...

Mavins Act Rema has enjoyed an incredible 2023 with his hit single ‘Calm Down’ topping charts in multiple countries in a feat that has made it the biggest African export yet. In another landmark feat, Rema becomes the first African artist to have his album appear on the Billboard 2023 end-of-the-year chart with his debut album ‘Raves & Roses’ finishing ...

Rema, Burna Boy win Inaugural Afrobeats Awards at the 2023 BMAs  The winners of the 2023 Billboard Music Awards were announced on Sunday, November 19, 2023. Nigerain music stars Rema and Burna Boy made history as they won awards in the inaugural Afrobeats categories. Rema and American pop star Selena Gomez won the best Afrobeats song of the year for ...

Nigerian singer and King of the New Cats Divine Ikubor, widely known as Rema, has said that he thinks he has done enough to be inducted into the Afrobeats Hall of Fame. He stated that while he doesn’t want to stop making music anytime soon, his name would still be on the Afrobeats Bible if he did so at this ...