Rema Receives Reward from YouTube As His Song “Beamer” Hits 10 Million Streams

10 Million Streams: Rema receives Reward package for “Beamer” from YouTube

American music streaming platform, YouTube Music has rewarded Nigerian singer, Rema after his song, “Beamer” hit 10 million streams.

YouTube Music is a music streaming service developed by YouTube, a subsidiary of Google; it provides a tailored interface for the service oriented towards music streaming, allowing users to browse through songs and music videos on YouTube based on genres, playlists, and recommendations.

Beamer was released a few months and has now garnered over 10 million streams on the streaming platform.

Sequel to this, YouTube sent Rema a box of several musical gifts.

Showing off what he received from YouTube on his official Instagram page yesterday, the 20-year-old used the opportunity to thank Youtube for their gifts.

See screenshot of his posts below…

Rema born Divine Ikubor got signed into Jonzing World, a D’Prince owned subsidiary of Mavin Records in 2019. He rose to prominence with the release of “Iron Man”, which featured on ex-American president, Barack Obama’s 2019 summer playlist. Dumebi was another jam that sold him out.

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