In Summary

  • Afrobeats singer Rema cancels all his performances slated for December.
  •  According to the superstar, he needs time away to monitor his health.
  • Rema also expressed that his decision was pushed by exhaustion from endless global concerts and tours.

Afrobeats superstar Divine Ikubor popular as Rema, has announced cancelling all his December performances over health concerns and exhaustion from endless global concerts and tours.

The ‘Calm Down’ hitmaker made the announcement on his Instagram page saying, “Breaks my heart to say that I won’t be performing anywhere this December. Been years of touring I’ve ignored my health and I need time to recuperate. 2024 we go again.” 

Rema who has this year graced at least a dozen international stages, made history as the first African artist to perform at Football’s most coveted event; Ballon D’Or which celebrated its 67th edition.

Mid November, the artist was widely criticized for donning a ‘Satanic’ attire while making entrance at his sold-out performance at the 02 Arena in London.

Rema, shut down his “Ravage Uprising” 02 Arena show in London on November 14, 2023.

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The sold-out show of 20,000 capacity saw the likes of Nigerian celebrities and fans traveling all the way to London for the show that can described as yet another celebration of Afrobeats, showcasing the genre’s energy, diversity, and global appeal.

Rema joined the list of other award-winning Nigerian artistes like Wizkid, Davido, Burna Boy, and Asake who have already sold out the arena.

Performing at the iconic arena, Rema opened his act by performing his latest hit, “DND” as he made a dramatic entrance on a stationary horse, wearing a mask and black costume.

Before the performance, Rema expressed his gratitude to fellow artist Burna Boy for his support and inspiration, before going on stage.

“Before I get on stage, I want to say a big thank you to @burnaboy for bringing me on stage 2 years ago,” Rema wrote. “Today it’s my turn to conquer that same stage and I wish you were here to share this moment with me. Regardless, I’m grateful for the motivation,” he tweeted.

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