Divine Ikubor known as Rema is a Nigerian singer, rapper and song writer who was ... The singer who was born from a Christian home began singing and rapper during his ...school time, Rema lived his early life in Benin City rapping in local churches and schools at a very tender age. Rema while still in school moved on to create .Rema (musician) Divine Ikubor (born 1 May 2000), known professionally as Rema, is a Nigerian singer and rapper. In 2019, he signed a record deal with Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records. He rose to prominence with the release of the song "Iron Man", which appeared on Barack Obama's 2019 summer playlist. He is currently signed to Mavin's Records, owned by Don Jazzy and Jonzingworld Records, owned by D' Prince. Rema is currently one of the richest and most influential artist in Nigeria with an estimated net worth of $500,000. According to Rema’s biography, he lived his early life in Benin City rapping in local churches and schools at his early age . When he got into secondary school, he continue recording songs and wanting to project himself to the world but his efforts proved abortive because he didn’t have the money to promote his music. He was still in school when he moved on to create his own live band and not so long until he was discovered by a top Nigerian musician who has been missing in action for some years now, D’Prince who is currently the Chief Executive Officier of Jonzingworld Record and also the immediate younger brother to Nigerian billionaire artiste and producer Don Jazzy, who is currently the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Mavin Records.In a statement delivered by D’Prince; “When I first heard Rema’s work I knew this was an artist I wanted the entire world to listen to. His talent and artistry are so far beyond his years.” D’Prince stated that he is on a quest to discover more artists alongside Mavin Global. D’Prince was the one that introduced Rema to Don Jazzy and had him signed a contract record deal with Mavin Records and Jonzingworld Record.
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