‘We Have A Sick Song Together’ – Drake Says Of Collaboration With Rema (Video)

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Rema is conquering the world of music one step at a time and everyone is loving him for it. The young singer has seemingly gotten an endorsement from multiple Grammy award-winning rapper Drake.

This is after the latter took to Instagram to have a live session with his fans and he played songs. On his playlist was Rema’s smash hit song, “Dumebi.”

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Drake didn’t stop at just playing Rema’s music to his fans but also gave the young Nigerian star a shoutout by telling fans that they have a “sick song together.”

Drake said: “Big up Rema too. We have a sick songs together…”

He then continued playing the song. This continues the strategic positioning that MAVIN Records has been commendably doing with Rema. During an Instagram Live, Drake also premiered a new song.

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We Have A Sick Song Together: Drake Says Of Collaboration With Rema

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Rema who is signed to Mavin Records in a recent chat with Manny Norte of Capital Xtra spoke extensively about losing loved ones, his growing music career, dealing with fame and more.

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Rema who lost his father and older brother within a short time of each other disclosed that he was under pressure to raise money for his “great mom.”

On losing his dad and brother, Rema says; “At some point things got hard and I had to man up…. I had to work hard because I lost my brother and my dad… I had to work hard.”

He added that he travelled to Ghana, worked on a beach and bought her a car.

His luck changed for the better when he made a freestyle to D’Prince’s ‘Gucci Gang.’ The freestyle got him the attention of MAVIN/Jonzing’s but he would be with Mavin Records for about 18 months before he was eventually signed to the label.

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