- Spanish La Liga club Barcelona has arrived in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ahead of their Thursday match against Real Betis
- However, a video from the players' arrival caught attention as Nigerian singer Rema’s Calm Down could be heard in the background
- The video stirred excitement among many Nigerians as some took to social media to celebrate Rema
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After Nigerian youngster Rema’s Calm Down set a new record in India, the Mavin singer is in the news again after Spanish football club Barcelona made use of the same song in their video as they arrived in Saudi Arabia.
Barcelona shared the video on its official Instagram account.
See the video below:
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Barcelona arrived in Saudi Arabia ahead of their clash against Real Betis in the Spanish Super Cup semi-final scheduled to take place on Thursday, January 12.
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Nigerians react as Barcelona uses Rema’s Calm Down
Legit.ng captured some of the reactions, see them below:
"This is great, Love nwatiti was on everywhere on social media last year almost every football clubs used that song, i fact every big social media account."
"We are so proud of you REMA.❤️."
"No 1 football song."
"Afrobeats to the world ."
Rema's Calm Down set record in India
According to the details on the Indian Music Industry chart week dated January 9, 2023, Calm Down' topped the chart as the number 1 song in India.
Rema took to his social media timeline to announce the good news to his fans and followers as he simply wrote
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“Number 1 in India.”
Rema meets his celebrity crush in Ghana
In another report via Legit.ng Mavin singer Rema and Tems made headlines in Nigerian media space over a video of them linking up at a show in Ghana.
The video which trended for days left many fans of the Nigerian singers gushing.
Reacting to the video, a fan said:
"Am I the only one that mistakes Tems to Ayra star?"