“Stop Trying to Clone Me” – Rema Slams Record Labels

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Rema, the renowned Nigerian singer whose real name is Divine Ikubor, has issued a stern warning to record labels, advising them to refrain from imitating his unique style.

He expressed his disappointment with record labels that attempt to replicate his music style and brand their artists in a similar fashion.

Rema emphasized the need for record labels to foster creativity and originality instead of attempting to duplicate his success.

In a message shared on his social media handle, he urged record labels to cease their efforts to clone him.

 He wrote:
“Labels get creative, stop trying to clone me.”

Meanwhile, Marlian Records artist Onyide Azeez, popularly known as Zinoleesky, has issued a response to Portable’s criticism.

Portable had previously called out Zinoleesky for flaunting his Ferrari despite facing challenges in his music career. Portable suggested that Zinoleesky sell the car and focus on promoting his music instead.

In his reply, Zinoleesky, who recently claimed to be revolutionizing the industry with his new songs, advised Portable to concentrate on his career.

He confidently mentioned that Zazu couldn’t match his Ferrari with his Range Rover.

In a video, Zinoleesky showcased his new estate and his boss’s mansion, emphasizing that his residence is near Naira Marley’s home.

Furthermore, Zinoleesky proudly declared that no other artist could match the level of favor he receives from his boss, indicating that he will be residing near his boss’s residence.

The video captioned:

‘You can never bring your range near my Ferrari if we meet on the road. You will know your boundary.

You that your boss is taking 70 and giving you 30, How will you believe that your age mate bought a Ferrari or where will you even get the money to buy such?

My mansion is beside my boss, Naira Marley’s own. How many artiste can boast of this?Go and find out what will work for you so you can make money and stop hat!ng on me’ -Singer Zino

Following Mohbad’s passing, a substantial portion of Naira Marley’s fan base and followers cut ties with him by going on a major unfollowing spree. The artist’s scandal intensified when damning videos surfaced, exacerbating the situation.

Furthermore, several music outlets, including MTVBase and Soundcity, openly announced that they were no longer associated with Naira Marley’s music.

They said that they would not be playing his songs, which was a big blow to the musician. But in an unexpected turn of events, Naira Marley’s Instagram profile now has 100,000 more followers, which has allowed him to get some traction again on social media.

The intense criticism he faced seems to have lessened, according to observers, with some Nigerians even showing signs of forgiving him.

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