Rema has refuted rumours that he and Davido, a more senior colleague, are at odds. The Marvin Records artist discussed his alleged dispute with Omo Baba Olowo in an interview with foreign journalist DJ Ebro.
Rema asserted that it was just a rumour and further stated his admiration for his senior colleagues in the Nigerian music business. He claims that he steers clear of conflict, is an introvert, and despises disputes.
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Back in December 2022, former president of the United State of America, Barack Obama has dropped his traditional playlist and predictably, some top Nigerian artists made the list.
The first black president to occupy the White House shared the content of his favourite tunes for the year on his Twitter platform- which elicited a plethora of relations from tweeps as expected.
Evidently, Burna Boy’s Last Last was the first song listed by Barack Obama, followed by Ayra Starr’s Rush and Rema’s Calm Down.
Sharing the tweet, Barack Obama emphasized the love behind spreading his favourite playlist while asking to know other songs to add.
“I always enjoy sharing my end of year music playlist with all of you — and this year we heard a lot of great songs. Here are some of my favorites. Are there any songs or artists I should check out?”
Reacting to the development, Rema thanked Obama for seeing him as someone worth listening to just like in 2019. The ‘Ginger Me’ crooner said he feels the same way he felt in 2019 when his name also made the list.
He wrote; ”I feel the same way I did in 2019 when I saw my Name on this list, I’m very grateful. ”
I always enjoy sharing my end of year music playlist with all of you — and this year we heard a lot of great songs. Here are some of my favorites.— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 23, 2022
Are there any songs or artists I should check out? pic.twitter.com/qkwm4UOzMD