Rema Makes Memorable Entrance With a Horse at His Historic O2 Arena London Concert

Rema Makes Memorable Entrance With a Horse at His Historic O2 Arena London Concert

  • Nigerian singer Rema once again proved himself as the "prince of Afrobeats" with a spectacular performance he pulled off at his London concert, Ravage Uprising
  • The Afrobeats star performed some of his hit songs to a crowd of 20,000 at London's O2 Arena
  • Videos from the groundbreaking concert captured the dramatic entrance of the Mavin singer
  • In an exclusive chat with, Michael, a sales specialist and a fan of the Dumebi breakout star, reacted to his O2 Arena concert

Nigerian fast-rising singer Divine Ikubor, aka Rema, stunned audiences worldwide on the night of November 14, 2023, at his "Ravage Uprising" concert at 02 Arena London.

Before a sold-out crowd of 20,000 at the legendary arena, Rema made his spectacular debut wearing a mask and all-black outfit while riding a stationary horse to the beats of his latest hit, "DND."

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Rema on a horse at 02 Arena London
Rema entered the 02 Arena stage with a horse. Credit: @tooxclusive
Source: Instagram

He then went into a melodious performance of Iron Man with a dazzling spectacle of Indian dance choreographers on his left and right.

The Mavin superstar performed songs like Dirty, Ginger Me, Addicted, Why, Dimension, Soundgasm, Fame, HOV, Trouble Maker, Lady, Don't Leave, Dumebi, Bounce, and Charm.

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One of the night's highlights was when other Mavin Records signees, Ayra Starr, Crayon, and Magixx, joined him onstage to perform their collabo hit Won Da Mo.

The singer topped the night off with a rendition of his big global single, Calm Down.

See videos below

Netizens react to Rema's O2 stage performance captured the excitement within the Nigerian community.

See reactions below:


"If no be say Wizmid career don d!€ this one na small thing na."

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"This remy boy don join 666 nothing una fit tell em."


"Currently Rema is way bigger than Wizkid."


"REMA big pass some people but make we nor ARGUE."


"Nothing wey una wan tell me. Rema don join cult."


"This boy na agent of darkness nothing wey anybody wan tell me."


"Don Jazzy go buy another house before this year go end."


"Sold out in less than 5 days. The impossible is possible. Greater Heights."


"With all this If don jazzy no buy another house this year. make I bend."


"He tried but wizkid is still the best in 02."

I take great pride in Rema - Michael

In an exclusive chat with, Michael, a sales specialist and an ardent follower of Rema, shared his thoughts on the singer's O2 Arena concert

"Rema epitomises creativity, and as a fan, I take great pride in that."

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Rema sends message to Burna Boy before 02 Arena concert

Rema stirred emotions online with his recent comment hailing Burna Boy.

The young performer took to his X (formerly Twitter) handle to thank Burna Boy for being the first person who gave him the opportunity to perform at the O2 Arena.

The Calm Down crooner, who the Grammys Awards recently snubbed despite having a super successful year, noted that Burna Boy has always been a massive inspiration to him.


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