Rema's Net worth and Biography
Rema is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, rapper, and next-rated award winner. His net worth has grown over the last few years. Here are the biography and net worth estimates of the talented Nigerian musician.
Rema was born on the 1st of May 2000. In 2019, he signed a record deal with Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Marvin Records.
Rema was born into a Christian family in Benin City, Edo State. He grew up singing and rapping while in secondary school. Rema attained his primary and secondary school education in Edo State.
In 2018, Rema posted a viral freestyle to D'Prince's track "Gucci Gang". The post caught the attention of D'Prince who flew him to Lagos to offer a record deal.
Rema rose to prominence with the song "Iron Man", which appeared on Barack Obama's 2019 summer playlist.
Date of Birth
1st May 2000
Jonzing world (Marvin Records)
State of Origin
Benin City, Edo State.
Rema's Net worth 2021
According to his assets and endorsement deals as of 2021, Rema's net worth is estimated to be around $1 Million.
Rema has racked up some awards within a short time in his music career.
On 19 October 2019, Rema won Next Rated - He eventually won the category ahead of other nominees like Zlatan, Fireboy DML, Joeboy etc.
Rema was nominated for Viewer's Choice at the 13th edition of The Headies. On 12 January 2020, he received the Soundcity MVP for the best new artist.
On 15 June 2020, Rema was nominated as Best Viewers Choice: International Act on the 2020 BET Awards.
He was nominated for the awards alongside Burna Boy and Wizkid; they were the only Nigerian Artistes selected for the awards edition of 2020.
On 19 October 2019, Rema won the headies' Next Rated award.
Rema's Family and loss of his Dad
Before signing a deal with Marvin, Rema was a teenager who lost his dad and elder brother within a short time and was under pressure to raise money for his mother.
At the age of 17, he went to work on a beach in Ghana and bought his mom a car. As stated earlier, he soon made a freestyle song to D’Prince’s ‘Gucci Gang’; things changed after the ordeal.
On losing his dad and brother, Rema says,
“At some point, things got hard, and I had to get brave…. I had to work hard because I lost my brother and my dad… I had to work hard.”
Rema called out the People's Democratic Party (PDP) over his father's demise, Justice Ikubor.
The music star made this known via his Twitter page on Monday, September 28, 2020, where he asked the former ruling party to come clean about his late father's mysterious death.
Rema Calls attention to the mysterious circumstances surrounding his Dad's death.
Rema is a young and successful artist and has been getting a lot of royalties from his music streams online. Like every other celebrity he loves flashy and nice cars, here is the list of cars Rema owns.
Rema's Car - BMW Beamer
Rema received the Honorary Membership Award from the BMW Club of Nigeria for his commitment and promotion of the brand in his recent hit single, “Beamer” (Bad Boys).
The members of the BMW club received Rema at Eko Atlantic in Lagos.
Rema, received the Honorary Membership Award from the BMW Club of Nigeria for his commitment and promotion of the brand in his recent hit single, “Beamer”.
Rema's Car - GAC SUV
This is a lovely spacious SUV he got it from winning the next rated award s at the 2019 Headies.
It is a 5.7-litre V8 with enhanced acceleration adds to the power behind the prestige.
Rema poses with his headies's Next-rated prize award.
Rema buys 2010 Lexus Rx 350 for his Mum
This is a car he gifted his mom in 2017; this was before the fame; a lot of questions popped up on social media asking where he got such money from at the age of 17.
Rema Bought a lexus car for hos mother back in 2017.
The car features the following; the RX 350’s interior is one of the plushest and best-made offerings in its class, and the SUV has smoot-car-like handling as well.
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