Rema Drops Off New Single, ‘Alien’
Rema Alien: Rema is quickly becoming famous in America, in the wake of setting himself as a guaranteed star out in Nigeria. The rapper-slash-singer truly does everything, from melodic, auto-tuned raps you would discover in the United States to Nigerian-motivated, afrobeats music. By one way or another, each record is infectious which will without a doubt set him up for an effective vocation. For example, Apple Music has just regarded him their “Up Next” artist.
This is a respect they give to a rising artist that frequently results in said craftsman’s unavoidable standard takeover, considering the social draw and force that is Apple. At that point, Rema said of the acknowledgment: “[It’s] a huge deal for me,” Rema said.
“I want to take Afrobeats to the world and now the world is listening, it’s an honour. This has come during a time when across the world people are uniting and coming together to fight for justice. This generation, my generation, are standing up and speaking out and it’s amazing to see, I am standing right beside them.”
For the present new drop however, Rema takes things to a hip-hop course as opposed to afrobeats, with a record that contains a natural example from Jay-Z’s exemplary “Dead Presidents.” How would you discover the re-purposed test? Rema utilizes the piano song to drift over the beat in a noisy infant voice while he sing-raps about being an outsider who is infatuated with his closest companion.