Rema, a prominent Nigerian artiste, has made history with his popular single ‘Calm Down,’ which was featured in the Guinness World Record.
Previously, it was announced that Rema’s ‘Calm down’ had shattered Spotify records by becoming the most streamed song by an African act.
On the international streaming app Spotify, the song has had over one billion plays.
According to sources, the track ‘Calm Down’ has made history that no African artist has ever made.
As a result, Rema has become the face of African music and the first African singer to obtain a Guinness World record.
GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS
Calm Down by @heisrema marks entry on the Guinness Book as it has won the First No.1 Hit on The Official MENA Chart (the world’s first regional streaming chart) Record.🏆🎉❤️ pic.twitter.com/daOQhDehlY
— REMA STATS (@RemaStats) May 6, 2023
Who is Rema and when did he release Calm Down?
Divine Ikubor, better known by her stage name Rema, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and rapper.
He became famous after releasing the song “Dumebi.”
He secured a record deal with Jonzing World, a subsidiary of Mavin Records, in 2019.
He released the global hit ‘Calm Down’ in 2022.