Rema net worth has grown dramatically from nothing to a whole lot of zeros since he began his music career, pushing him into the ranks of Nigeria’s finest singers and in Africa, if not the world.
Rema’s net worth is expected to be one million dollars in 2023, or ₦383,000,000 at the current dollar-to-naira conversion rate.
Herein are some fascinating truths about Rema that you should know.
|Birth Name||Divine Ikubor|
|Date of birth||1st May, 2000|
|Net worth||$1 Million|
|Record label||Jonzing World (Mavin Records).|
|State of Origin||Benin City, Edo State.|
What is Rema Net Worth For 2023?
Rema’s net worth in 2023 is estimated to be $1,000,000. Rema possesses a GAC vehicle that he won at The Headies in 2023. In March 2023, a German auto manufacturer honored him with an honorary car for his popular single Beamer [Bad Boys].
Who is Rema?
Divine ‘Rema’ Ikubor is a Nigerian rapper, songwriter, and singer from Edo State. He is signed to Jonzing World [Mavin Records].
As a result of growing up in a Christian household, the young vocalist was able to use his singing talents in the classroom, freestyling with friends even on the streets.
Rema’s identity was virtually unknown prior to 2018. He rose to prominence after posting a solo video to D’Prince’s Gucci Gang.
The Early Life of Rema
Rema, born Divine Ikubor, is a successful Nigerian hip-hop vocalist, songwriter, rapper, afrobeat singer, recording artist, and live performer. He was born on May 1, 2000, in Benin City, Edo State, to a Christian household.
He attended both primary and secondary schools in Edo state and began performing and rapping while in secondary school. Church also played an essential part in his early musical endeavors, as it was where he started doing regular rap shows with his pals.
At the age of 14, he earned popular in the church to become known as the “Rap Nation Leader” by the congregation, and he started mentoring other younger rappers. But by the age of 15, he had lost both his father and his older sibling, leaving him with his mom and his younger siblings.
He was also inspired by Mo’ hits and artists like Michel Jackson, 2Face, and gospel singers like Frank Edwards and TB1.
His Musical Career: How Rema Became a Star
In 2019, Rema signed a recording contract with D’Prince’s Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records controlled by song producer Don Jazzy.
In 2019, he released his self-titled debut EP Rema, which climbed to number one on Apple Music Nigeria. Jonzing World and Mavins released the music video for Dumebi, a huge breakout hit from his self-titled EP, on May 21, 2019, with a cameo appearance by Diana Eneje.
Ademola Falomo directed the video, which has 60 million views on YouTube. Later that summer, in 2019, one of his other most successful tracks from the EP received even more steam after being included in the former President of the United States of America, Barack Obama’s summer playlist.
Rema revealed in May 2021 that he will subtitle his style “Afrorave,” a subgenre of Afrobeats with elements of Arabian and Indian music, which has led to him having one of the country’s largest fanbases known as Ravers.
Rema, along with labelmate Ayra Starr, was announced as a brand ambassador for the renowned soft drink Pepsi in September 2021.
He got an award on stage at his London concert on November 7, 2022, for his songs gaining one billion streams globally.
Woman by Rema reached number 15 on the World Digital Song Sales chart. He won Next Rated and was nominated for Viewer’s Choice at the 13th edition of The Headies on October 19, 2019.
He won the Soundcity MVP Award for a best new artist on January 12, 2020. Rema was nominated for Best Viewers Choice: International Act at the 2020 BET Awards on June 15, 2020.
He was nominated with Burna Boy and Wizkid for the awards, making them the only Nigerian musicians selected for the 2020 edition. These all dribble to Rema’s net worth.
|2019||The Headies||Song of the Year||Dumebi||Nominated|
|City People Music Awards||Most Promising Act of the Year||Nominated|
|Revelation of the Year||Won|
|Best New Act of the Year||Nominated|
|2020||BET Awards||Best New International Act||Nominated|
|The Future Awards Africa||Young Person of the Year||Nominated|
|MTV Europe Music Award||Best African Act||Nominated|
|2021||MTV Africa Music Awards||Best Male||Nominated|
|The Headies Awards||Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year||Nominated|
|Best Pop Single||Lady||Nominated|
|Net Honours||Most Played Pop Song||Woman||Nominated|
|African Entertainment Awards USA||Song of the Year||Nominated|
|Edison Award||Edison Jazz/World – World||RemaCompilation||Nominated|
|2022||Odeón Awards 2022||Best urban song||44 (with Bad Gyal)||Nominated|
|2023||Soundcity MVP Awards||Digital Artist of the Year||Himself||Won|
|Waiting for more wins|
Rema’s Official Videos, Singles, Tracks, and Albums
This is a comprehensive list of Rema’s discography since the stormed the limelights.
Official Music Videos
- Dumebi (2019)
- Bad Commando (2019)
- Lady (2019)
- Beamer (Bad Boys) (2020)
- Ginger Me (2020)
- Woman (2020)
- Bounce (2020)
- Soundgasm (2021)
- Calm Down (2022)
- FYN (2022)
- Holiday (2023)
|Trap Out the Submarine|
|Dumebi Remix featuring Becky G||2020|
|Beamer (Bad Boys) with Rvssian|
|Peace of Mind|
|44 featuring Bad Gyal|
|FYN featuring AJ Tracey|
|Calm Down Remix with Selena Gomez|
with Breathe Music WA and Mani Lapussh
|Only You with STANY and Offset|
|Rave & Roses||Released: 25 March 2022Record Label: Jonzing World, Mavin|
Extended Plays (EPs)
|Rema||Released: March 22, 2019Record Label: Jonzing World, Mavin|
|Freestyle EP||Released: June 19, 2019Record Label: Jonzing World, Mavin|
|Bad Commando||Released: October 4, 2019Record Label: Jonzing World, Mavin|
International Feature Collaborations
The controversial US rapper Lil Nas X has hinted at a possible collaboration with Nigerian musician Rema.
The star insane project includes major contributions from international artists such as;
- Chris Brown on ‘Time N Affection,’
- 6lack on ‘Hold Me,’
- Yseult on ‘Wine’
- AJ Tracey on the recently released ‘FYN.’
Rema Net Worth FAQs
Is Rema one of Nigeria’s wealthiest musicians?
No, Rema is not one of Nigeria’s richest or most influential musicians but one of Africa’s top youngest artists.
How much is Rema paid for a show?
Rema’s booking fee ranges from $75,000 to $149,999.
How old is Rema?
Rema is currently 23 years old
Rema net worth has kept fans curious and the artist sure does know how to get attention. He is one of the youngest and fastest-growing musicians in Africa and he has collaborated with international artists like; Selena Gomez, Offset, Rvssian, etc.