Mavin Records Gen Z top player, Rema shares his relationship with his colleagues during a recent interview with Cool FM. The “Calm Down” crooner reveals how he connects on different levels with each one of them, but could not vt lay emphasis on how much of a ‘vibe’ Ayra Starr is. According to Rema, it got to a point where he found it difficult to go out or party without Ayra’s presence.
The singer also spoke about the likes of Bayanni and Boy Spyce, who are also signee’s on the Mavin Records, headed by ace music producer, Don Jazzy.
Ayra is a vibe. It got to a point that I just could not go out or party without Ayra, because she’s a vibe. She get ginger. Bayanni, Boy Spyce..we all just connect on different levels. I feel like Bayanni and I connect well in the studio. Boy Spyce is talented.
See video of Rema’s interview below;
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Rema’s “Calm Down” original and Remix Become Most streamed Afrobeat Song In 2022
It will be recalled that Rema’s joint with American singer, Selena Gomez, as well as the original both became the most streamed Afrobeat songs in the year 2022. This analysis was revealed by Spotify and shared via the Twitter page of “Wetalksound”. While “Calm down” original has 211,713,707 streams, the remix has 225,235,290 streams, both totaling
The Tweet reads:
@heisrema‘s “Calm Down”, original and Selena Gomez remix has become the most streamed Afrobeats song in 2022 with 436m streams. Calm down – 211,713,707 Calm down remix – 225,235,290”
See the tweet below;
.@heisrema‘s “Calm Down”, original and Selena Gomez remix has become the most streamed Afrobeats song in 2022 with 436m streams.
Calm down – 211,713,707
Calm down remix – 225,235,290 ?? pic.twitter.com/zr3V6OrZmp
— WeTalkSound (WTS) (@wetalksound) December 13, 2022