Nigerian star Rema
Image: Instagram

Nigerian superstar Rema has praised Kenya singer Karun for her voice and music.

Speaking to journalists at a Nairobi press conference, the singer said;

"I feel like her, she is super talented and I feel like the whole world needs to hear her voice. The whole world needs to hear her story. Her vibe is different I've never heard such type of music before. I feel every frequency, and I told my producer to reach out. I actually wanna work with her. She is special," the Calm down hitmaker said. 

The 'Woman' hitmaker went on to say that he listens to alot of Sauti Sol.

"I know Sauti Sol I have been rocking to Sauti Sol for a long time. There is just one girl Karun. Karun is super dope. I listen to a lot of Karun songs last night, I know Sauti Sol for sure Karun I think she is really special and someone told me yesterday that she is not appreciated enough."

Rema also advised Kenyan musicians on how to perfect their game. 

"I feel like a lot of artists pay too much attention to fan-based and rivalry.  So some artistes don't actually wanna work together not because they are not good but because of their fans."

We should look past that spend more time together understand our different mind spaces and just keep working together and just know you know always it is about," he said. 

Rema also explained his 'Woman' song rubbishing claims that he is a 'many' women man.

"It actually means I have a crush on all types of women different sizes, different shapes, different color, and my intonation was in...the way I placed my sentence the way I placed that verse was that if I had a chance to marry all of them I would."

"Everywhere I go I see beautiful Kenya has beautiful women Zambia has beautiful women but you know I just can't you know it's too much but if I had a chance yeah.."

On what Kenyans can learn from Nigerians, Rema said;

"I have not taken the chance to observe the Kenyan industry I will be honest with you but if there is something generally it is just the unity the love. The support for each other the hardwork, the ability to leave our comfort zone which is our home you know relocate and be far away from home just to make sure that we unlock a different territory to be able to pass our message."

"There is alot of background work, that you know you don't get to see on the internet there is alot of sweat, there is alot of sacrifice so I feel that that's what really pushed us to come this far."

The singer added that Nigerians are flourishing because of collaborations.

The star is in Nairobi courtesy of Mwanaume Ni Effort, an urban lifestyle brand and culture curator. 

He is set to perform at carnivore this weekend.