Rema is on the cusp of truly breaking out in the United States, as his fame becomes larger and larger. The Nigerian superstar has been able to adeptly merge afrobeats style with a more American style of rap, namely, harmonizing and sing-song-rapping. It's resulted in some major melodic bangers, including "Bad Commando" (as well as the EP it's attached to, of the same name). The aforementioned track is one that he's already performed for A COLORS SHOW, but now he returns for A COLORS ENCORE with his previously unreleased "Fame" freestyle.
The song is sweet but short, clocking in at just under 2 minutes. Production comes from Woodpecker, while Rema delivers wavy melodies reflecting on how fame has changed his life. Previously, this record was really only available via random YT uploads, and has been referenced under a varying titles. Fans should be excited to see the song receive a formal release with help from A COLORS SHOW.
For the visuals, Rema sits accompanied by an oversized teddy bear as he raps, the same teddy bear that joined him in the "Bad Commando" session, so it seems.
Take a listen and let us know if you're a fan of Rema yet.