Divine Ikubor, the Nigerian musician better known as Rema, has come through with ‘Calm Down,’ a new single ahead of his highly anticipated album.


The song was released across several streaming platforms in the early hours of Friday.

‘Calm Down’ is the 20-year-old’s first solo release of the year, and it dropped just a month to the release of ‘Rave and Roses’, his debut album, billed for March 25.

In the new track, produced by Andre Vibez and London, the Edo-born singer recounts his encounter with a “fine girl” at a party and the frustration that ensued from the interference of her nosy friend as he tries to woo her.


The duo would later get their juice rolling in the absence of the friend, and they hit it off.

“Baby, calm down, calm down/ Girl, this your body e put my heart for lockdown/ For lockdown, oh lockdown
Girl you sweet like Fanta, Fanta/ If I tell you say I love you no dey form yanga, oh yanga,” he sings.

Rema has continued his impressive career in the music landscape with strings of beautiful projects and collaborations with international artistes.


In February last year, the ‘Bounce’ crooner featured in the remix for ‘Can’t Let You Go‘, a song by Stefflon Don.

JAE5, the UK music producer, also enlisted his expertise for ‘Dimension‘, his hit single, in March 2021.



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