Mavins recording emerging superstar, Rema has been dubbed the leader of the new school generation as he appeared on the cover of Tush magazine.
Since his debut into the Nigerian music industry, Rema has released 2 EPs, four singles and numerous sensational freestyles. Indeed, the 19-year-old’s life has been a speedy whirlwind ever since his announcement as a Mavin Records act.
In just a few days after each of his EPs were released, his songs topped several charts. In fact, he is arguably the fastest growing young artiste the Nigerian music industry has seen in a while.
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In true Rema fashion, the Spider-man crooner wears a lemon overall jacket complemented with a pair of white sneakers for the cover image of the Tush Magazine.
The youngster is photographed in a black jacket with a red Spider-man mask for the insert editorial.
In a chat with the magazine, Rema opened up on how he got on D’Prince’s radar. D’Prince had eventually facilitated his signing to Jonzing World/Mavin Records.
He also mentions his passion for inspiring young people, making him the perfect poster boy for the new generation.
Also featured in this issue are talented alternative songstress, Dami Oniru and new TV sensation Eniola Omoniyi. Likewise, hit-maker Ozedikus and one of Uganda’s finest, Sheila Gashumba made the cut, among others.
Tush Magazine is available in digital and print version.
Rema’s Freestyle EP
Rema is rapidly carving a name for himself.
On Friday, June 21, 2019, he released his second music project in 2019. It was dubbed ‘Freestyle EP’. The four-track masterpiece has enjoyed critical acclaim.
The freestyle videos that emerged on the internet would be remastered by the label and released as a 4-track EP.
The four-track EP consists of his viral shotgun freestyle sessions that showcase his versatility as an artist with an expansive sonic cadence.