- Fast-rising Nigerian singer, Rema, has no doubt taken his music outside the shores of the country in a short time
- The Iron Man singer was recently appreciated by Apple Music
- Apple Music put up a billboard of the singer in Los Angeles to mark Black Music Month
- Rema was overjoyed by the honour and he celebrated the feat on social media
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The Nigerian entertainment industry is no doubt filled with very talented individuals who have helped to spread their music outside the shores of the country.
One of such talented celebrities in the country is fast-rising singer, Rema. The Iron Man crooner was recently celebrated by Apple Music.
Apple Music had put up a billboard of the singer in Los Angeles. This was done to celebrate Black Music Month.
This greatly overjoyed the young singer and he took to his Twitter page to celebrate the great feat. Rema shared a short video of his photo on the billboard.
The singer also said that seeing his face up there was a dream come true as he thanked Apple Music.
He wrote: “Seeing my face on a Billboard in Los Angeles is a dream come true, thank you @AppleMusic for this gift ❤.”
See his tweet below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Rema recently shared some details about himself and his preferences in an interview with foreign media outfit, Noisey.
During the question and answer session, the Mavin star was asked to pick one between Burna Boy, Wizkid and Naira Marley. Rema responded by choosing Burna Boy.
The singer said that he connects more with the Grammy-nominated singer and that he loves his story. Rema continued that he had been listening to Burna from days back and that he loves how the singer got to deal with his battles. He said that he found it very inspiring.
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Further in the interview, Rema was asked about his preferred social media platform from Instagram, Twitter or Tik Tok. The singer replied by picking Instagram. He said that it was where he was discovered after he posted a freestyle video that went viral.
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