Rema sells out O2 Arena ahead of Landmark Concert.
Rema sells out O2 Arena in advance of historic performance
At the age of 23, Rema has become the youngest African musician to sell out the O2 Arena.
Rema, a multi-platinum-selling Nigerian artist and trailblazer, is one of the youngest people to ever headline the renowned venue. He has sold out a headlining London engagement, demonstrating his potential as a global music star.
He enthralled fans in May by revealing a must-see performance at London’s 02 Arena, which can accommodate 20,000 people.
Tuesday, November 14, 2023, will see the performance in promotion of “Rave & Roses,” his debut studio album.
Collaborations with 6lack, Chris Brown, AJ Tracey, Yseult, and Selena Gomez may be heard on the 22-track album.
The hottest African musician right now, Rema, achieved a significant career milestone in 2023 with her album “Rave & Roses.” It became the first African album ever to cross one billion Spotify plays and gave rise to the international smash song “Calm Down.”
“Calm Down,” featuring Selena Gomez, has achieved enormous international popularity. When the song debuted at the top of the first Middle Eastern and North African (MENA) chart, it created history and gave Rema a Guinness World Record.
The song spent more than a year on the list and peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100. It received silver plaques in the US, UK, France, Spain, Switzerland, and many more countries, and it charted in several of them.
Rema was not the first to be accused of practicing satanism in relation to his performance at the O2. The famous person is wearing a chain with a burning church on it. His choice of jewelry provoked criticism from the general public and even prompted the Ethiopian Orthodox church to launch a petition to forbid them from touring the nation.
While some of Rema’s branding and imagery choices are cryptic and may appear to certain followers as dark art, this is nothing new for Rema, who has continuously displayed his avant-garde approach since entering the mainstream in 2019.
Rema has also refuted the claim that he belongs to the famous Illuminati satanist cult or is a satanist. He recently revealed his Christian beliefs on his Instagram account via