The melodically-inclined Londoner has earned pop-star status in the U.K. and the Globe with his unique sound. he will be the vibe need for This summer. He’s the Artist that has the most released EPs project. most humble and let his music speaks Remykid knew his success made his family Production Boss Tomboy proud. Remykid a Nigerian-Born British Singer hails from Lewisham South East London. Has stays true to his brand and lets music speaks for itself. The Nigerian-British singer Remykid has quickly become one of the most important voices in the UK. He got attention with the song “Vibe (Death)” has entered both international and local playlist.
From Teenage age Remykid had been involved in music from recording in his friend’s Bedroom studio perfecting his craft, 2017 mark as a takeoff trying to make a name for himself not only in the UK but worldwide. He co-founded an entertainment and clothing apparel company His most view song is “who dem help” and “meeting greeting” both tracks from the EP called sweet and Wavey. his songs fit into a genre that nobody really has a name for yet; a mix of Afrobeats, grime, and U.K. rap, some refer to the sound as “Afro Bashment,” while others prefer “Afro swing.” Remykid is keen to talk about his latest release and Future EPs. Remykid explains How do you keep your focus now? Just knowing that there’s a lot of people around me that Speaking of success, what does the word mean to you?
As I emerge and rise to success with genres like grime, dancehall, and bashment becoming increasingly in the mainstream, making me feels like a pop star, the drive to succeed has always just been the biggest thing possible. Wavey songs are Pop so a lot of people see it as such. I want to be a popular star, I want to be able to make music for the masses, and go to different countries and do stadiums in different countries — in Africa, Asia, America, everywhere in the world.