Rema Pulls a 50,000 Audience at New Delhi Concert


Written by Pharis Kinyua

Nigerian Afrorave singer Rema pulled a 50,000 audience in his Indian concert at New Delhi over the weekend, courtesy of his all-time hit song ‘Calm Down’. 
Rema performed for the first time at the NSIC Exhibition Grounds in New Delhi and where thousands of music lovers arrived hours beforehand.
For hours before he arrived, fans chanted that ‘we want Rema’ and when he appeared the grounds shook with his presence. 
Rema made a grand entry on stage while waving the Indian flag while clothed entirely in black. He eventually removed his shirt to reveal his ripped body.
He dazzled the audience with renditions of his smash hits starting with ‘Calm Down’, ‘Soundgasm’, ‘Soweto’, and ‘Dimebi’. 
Besides the fantastic performance, Rema displayed some great dance moves that charmed the audience even more. 
Coming from a pidgin speaking country, Rema encourage his audience to let the Nigeria musical charm take over even if some of his audience didn’t understand his song’s lyrics. 
He said entertained them to make up for the language barrier and he put up an electrifying performance. 
Celebrated Indian artist Riar Saab joined him on stage performed together for a couple of minutes. Saab is famous for ‘Obsessed’ and his presence at the concert only took the entertainment to a new level. 
Indian street sensation Varun Dagar also graced the stage alongside Rema. 

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