2020 Rema Net value, History, Age, Spouse, Cars, Awards
Divine Ikubor, born on May 1st, 2000, known professionally as Rema, is a musician, songwriter and rapper from Nigeria. In 2019, he signed a record deal with a subsidiary of Marvin Records, Jonzing World.
Here is Rema, a Nigerian singer, songwriter, rapper, and next-rated award winner’s biography, networth cars and awards.
Rema’s Background and rise to fame
With the release of the song ‘Iron Man’, which featured on Barack Obama’s 2019 summer playlist, Rema rose to popularity.
In Benin City, Edo state, Rema was born into a Christian family. While in high school, he grew up singing and rapping. Rema received his primary and secondary education in the state of Edo.
To D’Prince’s track “Gucci Gang” Rema posted a viral freestyle in 2018. The post caught D’Prince’s eye, flying him to Lagos to propose a record deal.
Rema’s 2020 Net worth – $ 1 Million
Rema is among the Nigerian music industry’s wealthiest and most influential musicians.
Rema networth is projected to be around $1 million according to its assets and endorsement deals as of 2020.
In his music career, Rema picked up several awards in a short time.
Rema won Next Classified on 19 October 2019 – He ultimately won the category ahead of other nominees such as Zlatan, Fireboy DML, Joeboy, etc.
In the 13th edition of The Headies, Rema was nominated for Viewer’s Choice. He won the Soundcity MVP for best new artist on 12 January 2020.
On 15 June 2020, Rema was nominated for Best Viewers Choice: BET Awards 2020 Foreign Act.
He was nominated for the awards alongside Burna Boy and Wizkid, the only Nigerian artists nominated for the 2020 edition of the awards.
Rema’s Family and loss of Dad
Rema was a teenager who lost his dad and older brother within a short time period before signing a contract with Marvin and was under pressure to raise money for his mother.
He went to work on a beach in Ghana at the age of 17 and bought his mom a car. Soon after, as reported earlier, he produced a freestyle for D’Prince’s ‘Gucci Gang’; things changed after the ordeal.
On losing his brother and his father, Rema says,
“Things got tough at some point, and I had to get brave…. I’ve had to work hard since I’ve lost my brother and dad… I’ve had to work hard.
Due to the death of his father, Justice Ikubor, Rema called out the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).
The music star made this known on Monday, September 28, 2020, via his Twitter page, where he asked the former ruling party to come clean about the mysterious death of his late father.
Rema’s Cars In 2020
Rema is a prolific young artist and has earned many royalties from his online music sources. Like any other celebrity he likes flashy and elegant cars, here’s a list of Rema’s own cars.
Rema’s Car – BMW Beamer
In his recent hit single, “Beamer”, Rema won the Honorary Membership Award from the BMW Club of Nigeria for his contribution and promotion of the brand (Bad Boys).
At Eko Atlantic in Lagos, the members of the BMW club got Rema.
Rema buys 2010 Lexus Rx 350 for his Mum
This is a car he gave his mother in 2017; this was before the fame; a lot of questions arose on social media asking where at the age of 17 he got such cash.
The car has the following characteristics; the interior of the RX 350 is one of its class’s plushest and best-made offerings, and the SUV also has smoot-car-like handling.