Nigerian award-winning artist Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, has officially announced new dates for his upcoming World tour.
After a successful tour stop in India, the Mavin Prince is ready to take on a new challenge in America and Europe.
On the 16th of May 2023, The singer announced a total of 20 new “Rave & Roses” tour dates in various locations around Europe and America.
The album’s amazing popularity and galaxy-gushing statistics reflect Rema’s great talent and zeal. Due to his steadfast dedication to his art and his growing fan following, the Mavin leader is well-positioned to continue making waves in the music industry.
Rema is preparing to take over the globe in 2023, as the singer has announced fresh ‘Rave & Roses‘ global tour dates in various locations across the world.
The trip would begin on the 28th of May at Afronation 2023 and conclude on the 31st of August in Tel Aviv.
Rema would make stops in Spain, Portugal, Germany, Belgium, Norway, France, and the Netherlands, among other places.
— REMA (@heisrema) May 16, 2023
Recall, Rema’s ‘Calm Down‘ has been on the Billboard Hot 100 for 35 weeks, matching the African record established by Wizkid with ‘Essence‘ featuring Tems and Justin Bieber.
The Mavin star has also broken his previous African record for the highest charting African song with a No. 5 entry, breaking his previous African record of No. 6.
With a top 5 record, the hitmaker is certain to create a new African record for the longest charting song, as he just needs one more charting week to complete this massive feat.
Rema has gained international recognition after the release of the remix of “Calm Down” with Selena Gomez, and the song has been certified Platinum in the US, UK, and France. It has also earned plaques in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Austria, Canada, Poland, Greece, Netherlands, New Zealand, Denmark, and Portugal.
The song has made history by becoming the first African track to top the Billboard Pop Radio chart. On the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart, it also retains the record for the longest song to remain at No. 1.