I’m On Identical Degree As Burna Boy, Wizikid, Davido – Singer Rema


The musician made this assertion in response to the outrage following his inflammatory tweet.

Nigerian artist Divine Ikubor, also referred to as Rema, has criticized critics who declare he’s not on the identical degree as Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

Rema spoke whereas addressing the backlash that trailed his controversial tweet; “No extra Large 3 there’s now a Large 4” in his new track ‘Hehehe,’ which was launched through Mavin International Holdings on Monday morning.

Burna Boy, Wizkid, and Davido are largely acknowledged because the world’s most profitable Nigerian/Afrobeats performers, collectively generally known as the “Large 3.”

Nonetheless, Rema has insisted that he’s now among the many Afrobeats megastars, forming a “Large 4.”

He sings: “No extra huge 3, there’s now a giant 4. Folks go para however what for? Dem go say I don’t deserve it however that’s an insult.”

In different information, in Nigeria, Burna Boy has smashed yet one more report for music. In its first week of launch, his new track “Greater” obtained 2.3 million performs on Spotify Nigeria. This surpasses the earlier report of two.1 million streams held by “Benin Boys” by Rema and Shallipopi.

This isn’t Burna Boy’s solely latest accomplishment. ‘Greater’ additionally set a Spotify report for essentially the most first-day streams for a solo track by an African artist.

The track ‘Greater’ was launched on June 27, 2024. Burna Boy discusses the necessity of valuing what’s essential whereas experiencing success in his track.

Burna Boy filmed the music video for “Greater” in Port Harcourt, his hometown, to present it a novel really feel. He labored on “Undertaking PROTECT,” his charitable endeavor, whereas he was there. As a way to help Nigerians with out entry to fundamental companies, this group collaborates with The R.E.A.C.H.

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