I’m Not Into Music For Money – Rema

Rema's Artistic Integrity Shines Through as He Affirms His Dedication to Music Beyond Financial Success

Renowned Nigerian music sensation, Rema, has opened up about his unwavering commitment to music, emphasizing that his pursuit of a career in the industry is driven by passion rather than financial gains alone.

I’m Not Into Music For Money – Rema

At just 21 years old, Rema has taken the music world by storm with his unique sound and undeniable talent.

In an exclusive interview with Korty EO, Rema reflected on his journey to stardom, revealing that even before he was discovered by his record label, he was financially buoyant.

The young artist’s rise to fame was initially sparked by his freestyle performances and social media presence, which eventually caught the attention of industry insiders.

Rema candidly stated, “If music didn’t work, I will still be pushing that P in the corner while hustling, you understand?

The ‘Calm Down’ crooner went on to express his unwavering commitment to music, stressing that his financial stability did not deter him from pursuing his dream. ““Even at that point where I was doing freestyles, I didn’t really need to do a freestyle because I needed money. I had money. I was actually good,” he said.

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