Mavin record Singer, Divine Ikubor who is professionally known as Rema has revealed he makes sure he is always with a studio and ready to record wherever he goes.

Mavin record Singer, Divine Ikubor who is professionally known as Rema has revealed he makes sure he is always with a studio and ready to record wherever he goes.

Mavin record Singer, Divine Ikubor who is professionally known as Rema has revealed he makes sure he is always with a studio and ready to record wherever he goes.

The Calm Down crooner gushed this during an interview with Apple Music’s Africa Now Radio with LootLove.

He unleashed that the studio is where he randomly stays whenever he is not performing on stage.

In his words, Rema said:

“I am just a guy that is always stuck in the studio. I don’t really have much to do if I am not out there performing. If I am not outperforming or with family, I would be in the studio.

Rema also gushed that he has Studio equipment with him everywhere he goes. He revealed that he always drives with Studio in his car by saying…

I have studio equipment in my car boot everywhere I go. I (always) drive with a studio. If I am traveling, I would have a speaker, laptop, and microphone in my bag. Sometimes, I could be out and might not get home.

I could also feel like staying at my friend’s place or just going to the studio, hotel, or wherever I find myself. I always have my equipment in my car.”

Speaking about his experience collaborating with foreign artists, Rema said:

“I am really grateful that these artists blessed me with their vocals, and they actually all enjoyed being on my record. I would not do anything that is forced. They actually did enjoy the record.

They actually kept playing it for their friends. We are all excited about the record and that’s how it is supposed to be.”

The Edo state singer also asserted that he has been ‘blessed with the gift of sound’ by saying…

“I feel like my sound is destined to unlock territories. I have been blessed with the gift of sound, and it is very easy for me (to do). When I walk into the studio, I am pretty sure I would leave with a banger (hit).

That is why the first word I say before I ‘attack’ a beat is ‘another banger’. I don’t even care however the song goes, I just say it and go for it.

I did not beg to be here. I feel like I’m supposed to be here and I am meant to cause the shift of sound and to evolve the afrobeat movement in a way.

I am just playing my role; I’m not overthinking it. I am just going with the flow and everything is happening organically. I am grateful for that.”

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