Rema Biography, Age, Record Label, Family, Girlfriend & Net Worth
Born on May 1, 2000, Divine Ikubor is a Nigerian rapper, singer, and entertainer well known by his stage name Rema. He rose to fame after the song “Dumebi” was released. In 2019, he signed a recording deal with Jonzing World, a division of Mavin Records.
On Instagram in 2018, Rema posted a well-liked freestyle to D’Prince’s song “Gucci Gang.” After spotting the ad, D’Prince flew the young musician to Lagos and extended an offer of a record deal.
Rema signed a record deal with Jonzing World in 2019 and soon after, the artist released his debut EP, Rema. Rema declared in May 2021 that he would be referring to his music as “Afrorave,” an Afrobeats subgenre with influences from Arabian and Indian music. He consequently has one of the biggest fan bases in the country, referred to as Ravers.
Rema was introduced as a brand ambassador for the well-known soft drink Pepsi in September 2021 along with his labelmate Ayra Starr. After releasing two more EPs, he released his debut album, Rave & Roses, on March 25, 2022.
The album debuted with 10 songs on the US Billboard Afrobeats Chart after its first week of release. On August 26, 2022, he and Selena Gomez worked together on a remix of his song “Calm Down,” which debuted at number 91 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Rema is currently signed by Jonzing World, a leading record label in Nigeria which also manages the likes of Ruger and other big names. Recording artist D’Prince founded the Nigerian record label and management company Jonzing World on March 22, 2019. The distribution of the label is currently handled by Mavin Records subsidiary Mavin Global.
Management, branding, audiovisual content, and music recording are further services offered by Jonzing. Its founder D’Prince, as well as artists Rema and Ruger, are all represented by the label at the moment.
Mavin Records, commonly referred to as the Supreme Mavin Dynasty, is a Nigerian music company and record label that was established on May 8, 2012, by record producer, musician, and record executive Don Jazzy.
The label was established following the closure of Mo’ Hits Records, a record label managed by the aforementioned producer and D’banj.
Rema’s mother is Mrs. Ikubor. Not much is known about her. In 2017, when Rema got home from Ghana, he bought his mother a 2020 Lexus RX 350.
Justice Ikubor is Rema’s father. A night after checking in with a woman in a hotel, he allegedly died. In a tweet on September 28, 2020, Rema leveled criticism at the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on the passing of his father, Justice Ikubor, a former party leader.
Rema currently doesn’t have any siblings. He supposedly had only one sibling who died while they were young, thus little is known about him.
The singer was reportedly linked to Nimiie and media figure Diana Eneje, but given that Rema is currently single, these rumors don’t seem to be true. He previously said he would be open to a relationship when he finally met the right person.
The extraordinarily gifted artist makes an effort to keep his private life secret from bloggers and influencers. Since he first became well-known, Rema has not shown any of his landed residences to his fan base. Rema has enough money to purchase a magnificent home anyplace in Lagos, but he just prefers to keep things quiet.
Rema has a sizable collection of vehicles. He received a BMW beamer from the BMW Club of Nigeria in exchange for using his well-known song “Beamer (Bad Boys)” to promote the BMW brand.
Rema owns a GAC SUV as well, which he was awarded the spacious SUV after winning the 2019 Headies’ second-place prize. The GAC SUV’s 5.7-liter V8 engine provides better acceleration. The acceleration has given the GAC SUV additional power.
The artist has prospered since breaking into the field. Rema’s current estimated net worth of $1,000,000 comes only from his music streaming services, appearances in public, live performances, partnerships, and brand deals.