Rema's net worth, biography, age, cars and awards

Rema is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, rapper, and Next-Rated Award winner. Rema's net worth has grown over the last few years. Read on about the biography and net worth estimates of Rema.

Rema's net worth, biography, age, cars, and awards

Rema is a Nigerian-based singer, songwriter, and rapper.

Rema was born in Benin City, Edo State. The young rapper was born into a Christian family, which allowed him to display his singing talent during his education.

Before 2018, no one barely knew the name, Rema. After posting a freestyle video to D'Prince's track "Gucci Gang", he came into the limelight.

D'Prince saw the video and moved to sign Rema to his record label. After the video, Rema signed a deal with the Jonzing World record label (founded by D'Prince), a subsidiary of Mavin Records.

Rema's brand name became popular after the artist released his hit single "Iron Man," which appeared on Barack Obama's 2019 summer playlist.

Rema's Biography

Birth Name

Divine Ikubor

Stage Name

Rema

Date of birth

May 1st 2000

Net worth

$1 Million

Marital Status

Single

Record label

Jonzing World (Mavin Records)

Nationality

Nigerian

State of Origin

Benin City, Edo State.

Religion

Chrisitianity

Rema's net worth in 2021

Rema may not be among the top richest and most influential artists in the Nigerian music industry. Still, he has gained a substantial income to live a luxurious lifestyle.

Rema has an estimated net worth of about $1 Million.

Rema's Awards

Rema has won and received nominations from different award categories.

On 19 October 2019, Rema won the Next Rated Award. Rema won the award ahead of other nominees like Zlatan, Fireboy DML, Joeboy, etc.

Rema has received nominations from The Headies, BET and Soundcity awards. 

Rema was nominated for the BET's Best international act with Burna Boy and Wizkid as contenders.

Rema once bought a brand new GAC SUV after winning the 2019 headies' next-rated award.

Rema's family and losing his dad

Before his rise to prominence, Rema had lost his dad and elder brother.

At 17, Rema came back from Ghana and bought a 2010 Lexus RX 350 for his mom. Rema revealed that he worked at a beach to earn a living while in Ghana.

Rema had the following to say about his dad and brother's death:

"At some point, things got hard, and I had to get brave…. I had to work hard because I lost my brother and my dad… I had to work hard."

Rema attacked the People's Democratic Party (PDP) over his father's demise, Justice Ikubor. The music star made this known and posted the tweet below on Monday, September 28, 2020.

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Rema’s Cars

Rema has a good number of cars to his name.

Rema received the BMW beamer from the BMW Club of Nigeria for promoting the BMW brand in his hit single, “Beamer” (Bad Boys).

Rema also owns a GAC SUV. The spacious SUV was given to Rema for winning the next rated award at the 2019 Headies.

GAC SUV has a 5.7-litre V8 that comes with enhanced acceleration. The acceleration adds to the power behind the GAC SUV.