Rema: Music Is More Than Money, It’s A Passion

He emphasized that his financial stability wasn't contingent on his music career, even during the earlier stages when he created freestyles.

Rema: Music Is More Than Money, It's A Passion-TSZ Naija
Rema: Music Is More Than Money, It's A Passion
  1. Renowned singer, Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, has asserted that his motivation for creating music goes beyond financial gain.

The 21-year-old artist explained that he was financially comfortable even during the period when he was creating freestyles and sharing them on social media, which eventually led to his discovery by a record label.

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During an interview with Korty EO, Rema emphasized that his pursuit of music isn’t solely driven by financial incentives. He expressed confidence that even if he hadn’t succeeded in the music industry, he would have continued to engage in entrepreneurial endeavors and generate income.

The ‘Calm Down’ artist conveyed his perspective, stating, “If music didn’t work out for me, I would still be hustling and finding ways to make money.”

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He emphasized that his financial stability wasn’t contingent on his music career, even during the earlier stages when he created freestyles. According to Rema, he was already in a comfortable financial position at that time.

In essence, Rema’s passion for music transcends monetary considerations, and he views music as an integral part of his life, regardless of his financial situation.

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