Rema who is signed on the Mavin records of Don Jazzy has shown that it works for him to pay tithe, and indeed that is why he succeeds today in music. Contrary to some critics ‘claim that God’s payment of tithes is a waste of money, Rema says otherwise.
When asked how he grew up in less than six months when all his songs were hits, Rema, 19, spoke to Precious Pomaa of City People.
“That’s how I found myself with the heart of Don Jazzy, all in one blink of one eye, it all worked really quickly for me, all of which I really expected because I worked so hard for her, I did sleepless nights, I prayed, I gave to the Lord my roots, the of my beliefs, to bless me.”
“I’m not saying I planned it because I deserve to have it all because I’m not the kind of guy just to share on Instagram. My music, my studio section or repost are the only things people see about me, but a whole lot of tears, sweat and a whole lot of blood happen behind the screen”.
people like to think we’re over-hyped, but it’s not over-hyped because it’s just going to happen every night when some people sleep on the path.
In questioning his relationship status, he said, “My home is my life, essentially I find peace in church or house. I find my own peace. My own room for myself, but yes! It’s good to find somebody with whom I can share it, but I didn’t find the right one yet.