Rema asserts his status in Afrobeats, declares 'Big 4' era


Nigerian singer Rema has sparked a fresh debate in the music industry by declaring himself part of the Big 4 alongside Afrobeats giants Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy.

The 22-year-old artist recently faced backlash on social media after tweeting about the Big 4, leading him to address the issue in his latest release, Hehehe.

In the song, Rema boldly asserts his status, singing, "No more big 3, there's now a big 4. People go para but what for? Dem go say I don't deserve it, but that is an insult."

Meanwhile, Rema's statement has reignited the conversation about his place among Afrobeats superstars, with many fans and critics weighing in on social media. Also, Rema's declaration of the Big 4 era is seen as a confident move. This is as he seeks to solidify his position alongside the established giants of the genre.

Additionally, the young artist has gained significant recognition and acclaim for his unique sound and style. This sound and style has resonated with fans across the globe. However, as the conversation continues, fans and critics alike will be watching to see how Rema's declaration impacts the landscape of Afrobeats and the music industry at large.

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