Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor better known as Rema is no doubt taking Nigerian music globally.
The 22-years-old singer has been recognized by two of Football’s biggest players, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar.
Cristiano Ronaldo, had taken many by surprise as he shared a video of three of his kids dancing to Rema’s song, Calm Down.
The record-breaking footballer had shared the video to his 555 million followers via his Instagram story.
Neymar, had also taken to his social media page to share a video of him vibing to the singer’s song, as he revealed that he was still recovery.
“Recovery and CS go”, he captioned the post.
An excited Rema had taken to his Instagram page to repost Cristiano Ronaldo’s story.
Expressing gratitude, he wrote, “Ah Baba mi thank you oo”.
Social media has gone wild over the adorable video of Ronaldo’s children vibing to his song.
One Princess Udemezue wrote, “Music to the world something the government can’t control
One John Naz1 wrote, “Afrobeats to the World
One Musa Salahudeen wrote, “Rema is the biggest artist now in Africa no
One Donald Mgb wrote, “Nigeria is a blessed country, it’s just that our government is bad.
One Lee Marry wrote, “Rema no small now
One David Favrite wrote, “Rema don dey overtake wizkid and Davido
One Iwueze Victory wrote, “E remain make Donald Trump play this music
One Gift Hub collection wrote, “Nigeria music to the world”.
Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar arent the only public figure to recognize Rema.
Rema reacts as Barack Obama includes him in 2022 music playlist
Kemi Filani reported last year that Barack Obama had included Rema on his playlist.
Every year, the former president always shares his favorite playlist in the year. While American artistes always top his music playlist, the former president is still fond of African music, especially Nigerian music.
Three songs from Nigerian stars – Burna Boy, Rema and Ayra Starr made it to his favourite music of 2022. Obama listed 25 songs as his favourite for the year ending in a few days, and Burna Boy’s Last Last, Ayra’s Rush and Rema’s Calm Down made the list from Nigeria.
As always, Beyonce made it to the list, including, Kendrick Lamar, Lizzo, Rosalia and others.
Rema’s hit track, Calm Down, made the cut.
Reacting to it, Rema wrote, “I feel the same way I did in 2019 when I saw my Name on this list, I’m very grateful”.