Rema Make Know His’ Desire’ To Collaborate With Nicki Minaj And Megan Thee Stallion

Rema’s Aspirations for American Collaborations

Introduction to Rema’s Ambitions

After the resounding success of his collaboration with Selena Gomez on the hit duet “Calm Down,” Nigerian pop sensation Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, is setting his sights on more collaborations with American megastars. At the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards held in New Jersey, Rema expressed his desire to work with female superstars in the American music industry.

Rema’s American Collaborations Wishlist

In a brief interview with the Hollywood Reporter, Rema shared his aspirations and mentioned a few American artists he is eager to collaborate with in the near future. Among the names he dropped were iconic rappers Nicki Minaj and Megan Thee Stallion.

Rema’s Triumph at the MTV VMAs

At the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards, Rema achieved a remarkable feat by winning the award for “Best Afrobeats Song.” In doing so, he outshone fellow Nigerian music luminaries like Wizkid, Davido, and Burna Boy. The prestigious event took place at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, USA. In his acceptance speech, Rema graciously acknowledged the contributions of Nigerian music giants Davido, Burna Boy, and Wizkid, recognizing their role in elevating Afrobeats to global prominence.

Awards and Recognition at the Headies

Rema’s success extended beyond the MTV VMAs. He also made a significant impact at the recently concluded Headies Awards. At this prestigious Nigerian music awards ceremony, Rema clinched multiple awards, including Best Male Artist, Best Digital Artist, and Best African Artist. Furthermore, the music video for the “Calm Down” remix, directed by Director K, received the accolade for Best Music Video. Selena Gomez, Rema’s collaborator on the international hit “Calm Down,” emerged as the International Artiste of the Year at the same event, further solidifying Rema’s place on the global music stage.

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