Rema, whose real name is Divine Ikubor, is a Nigerian singer, rapper, and songwriter. He was born on May 1, 2000, in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Here’s what we know about his life, career, and net worth in 2023.
Career: Rema started his music career in 2019 after he was discovered by D’Prince, the CEO of Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records. He released his debut EP titled “Rema” in March 2019, which included the hit song “Dumebi.” Since then, he has released other hit songs, including “Iron Man,” “Lady,” “Beamer,” “Ginger Me,” and “Soundgasm.”
Albums: Rema has released two EPs in his career. The first, self-titled “Rema,” was released in 2019 and featured the hit single “Dumebi.” The second EP, “Bad Commando,” was released in 2019 and featured hit singles like “Lady” and “Bad Commando.”
Awards: Rema has won several awards in his career, including the Next Rated award at the 2019 Headies Awards and the Viewer’s Choice award at the 2020 Soundcity MVP Awards.
Net Worth: As of 2023, Rema’s net worth is estimated to be around $5 million. He earns money from his music career, as well as from brand endorsements and ambassadorial deals.
Cars: Rema owns several luxury cars, including a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon, a Range Rover, and a BMW.
Houses: Rema has not publicly disclosed his residential properties.
Wife/Baby Mama: Rema has not publicly disclosed his marital status or any children.
Parents/Siblings: Rema was born into a family of six children. His parents and siblings are not known to the public.
Best Friend: Rema has not publicly disclosed his best friend.
Record Label: Rema is signed to Mavin Records and Jonzing World.
Ambassadorship: Rema has been an ambassador for several brands, including Pepsi Nigeria and Infinix Mobility.
Education: Rema attended the Edo State Polytechnic, where he studied Computer Science.
Religion: Rema’s religion is not known to the public.
Investment: Rema’s investment portfolio is not known to the public.