Rema: Other Artists Copying My Style

Famous singer, Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema, has claimed that many of his colleagues are copying his branding and musical style.

In a recent interview with Rollingstone, the ‘Calm Down’ crooner said despite those copying him not giving credit, he was “flattered” by the fact that others are drawing inspiration from him.

He said it has always been his dream to change the afrobeats music scene.

Rema said, “I’ve been on the road for 4 years back-to-back; dropping bangers, hopping on stages. It has helped my growth non-stop.

“In as much as vacation is needed, I just don’t like to feel idle. I have so much plans for evolving this [afrobeats] sound. I’ve always been that guy who just want to change the guy and change how the game is perceived. From sound to shows, to branding.

“Even though some artists will not give me credit, I know how many people [artists] have copied my moves and I am flattered by it.”

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