“Even the Blind Can Feel It”: Rema Trends As His Song Is Played in the Stadium of CR7’s New Club, Video Trends
- A video clip of Rema's song Calm down being played inside a Saudi Arabia stadium has gone viral, stirring reactions from both his fans and lovers of Nigerian music
- Rema shared the video of Saudi Arabians dancing and grooving along to his song inside the Al-Nassr stadium
- The Mrsool stadium is the home pitch of Cristiano Ronaldo's new Saudi club, Al-Nassr; the former Ballon d'Or footballer was unveiled as the club's marquee sign on January 3, 2023
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Ace Afrobeat singer, Divine Ikubor, better known by his stage alias Rema is in quite an elated mood as he takes to his page to share a couple of clips of his songs getting played inside the Mrsool stadium in Saudi Arabia.
The Mrsool stadium is the home pitch of the 18-time Saudi Professional League (SPL) champions Al-Nassr, and it is the new club of the former Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo.
Rema took to his page to celebrate the win, with a caption noting to Nigerians just how much he is doing for Afrobeats and the music culture.
Mavin record signee also shared a clip of his song being played inside the Emirates stadium; this is the home pitch of the English Premier League side Arsenal.
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This isn't actually the first time Rema's songs would be played on a global stage like this. During the 2022 world cup in Qatar, Rema's song Calm Down was also played at one of the stadia.
Watch clips of Saudi Arabians dancing to Rema's song Calm Down below:
See another video clip of Rema's song being played inside the Emirate Stadium:
Nigerians react to both videos of Rema's song being played inside the stadium of Ronaldo's new club and at the Emirate
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"We Dey see am Rave Lorde."
"Prince of Afrobeats."
"We de see am ohhhh."
"You're the GOAT bigger than Wizkid in my books."
"This song is worldwide, it goes far more than Rema can imagine."
"We dey see am very well ooo."
"Wizkid Don open way for una. Enjoy."
"No so e suppose be no be day buju and ruger go de do this their playground fight online."
Even the blind can hear it - Buju hails Rema after his song Calm Down is played inside a Saudi Arabian stadium
Legit.ng after sighting, the recent clip of Rema's song Calm Down being played inside the Mrsool stadium in Saudi Arabia just before a league game. We gathered from Buju BNXN his thought about the Mavin singer's success.
Buju hailed Rema, and noted that what Rema is doing at the moment for Afrobeat and its growth across the globe even the blind could feel it.
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In his own words, he said:
"Even the blind can feel, what Rema is doing for the culture."
Rema celebrates Moroccan player Achraf Hakimi and shares video of when he met him
Meanwhile, Legit.ng recalls reporting that Nigerian singer, Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema recently sparked reactions online after he shared a video on his Insta-story celebrating PSG full-back, Achraf Hakimi after Morocco defeated Portugal at the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup.
In the viral clip, Rema shared on his page, he was seen exchanging greetings with Hakimi as the footballer gave him one of his PSG jerseys.
Divine, captioned the clip shared with a message, where he described Hakimi as his big brother while edging him and his colleagues to keep going and to push to achieve glory at the tournament.