“Beamer” a single by Nigerian young star and Next rated artiste winner gets 10 million views on the social media video app, YouTube.
Rema released Beamer (Bad boys) in February, it was his second single in 2020. Beamer was a collaboration with Jamaican producer, Rvssian
The duration of beamer is about three minutes long and the single talks about the appeal of being a bad boy, wanting to lavish his money on an African ”girly”. He prides himself in owning a beamer, and having money than the legend, Shina Peters.
The ‘Dumebi’ crooner posted on his Insta story the gifts he got from YouTube, he expressed his gratitude to YouTube music. YouTube sent Rema a box of several musical gifts because of the views he has harnessed.
Divine Ikubor popularly known as Rema rose into stardom internationally after he released ”iron man” which was on, America’s ex-president, (Barrack Obama) summer playlist.
The bad commando as he fondly calls himself, got signed into Jonzing world in 2019 which is a subsidiary of Mavin Records, owned by D’Prince.
Beamer was released in February, and in less than six (6) months, it has gotten over 10 million views on the streaming video app. That is a huge milestone and a strong recognition for anybody in the music industry.
Rema is one artiste that is interested in sharing the vulnerabilities of Afro-beats through mixing cultures together. He has received massive support from females, his peer group, industry mates, industry seniors and the Mavin record label boss. Coming out at a very young age, he received a lot of criticisms from people saying he wasn’t good enough, and he was trying so hard to be like Star boy; Wizkid.
He has proved the Naysayers wrong, over and over again, by releasing songs and winner multiple awards. Obviously, Rema is doing very fine for himself, despite being a very young person.
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