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Fireboy DML reveals the number of songs he recorded with Rema
  • Fireboy DML discloses the total number of songs he has recorded with Rema.

  • The YBNL star made this known during his interview with Ebro Darden on Apple Music 1.

Fireboy DML reveals the number of songs he recorded with Rema

Nigerian Afrobeat award-winning artist Adedamola Adefolahan, known professionally as Fireboy DML, has revealed the total number of songs he has recorded with Mavin star, Rema.

According to Fireboy, Rema has a hard drive full of hit songs, and Fireboy is spilling the beans on these collaborations.

On today’s episode of collaborations and superstar bromance we love to see, The YBNL star, let us in on how working with Mavin star has been and also on the total number of tracks they have together.

In discussing this with Ebro Darden on the most recent Apple Music 1 episode, Fireboy first talked about his collaboration with Rema on “Compromise” from his Playboy album, saying that they both decided it was better to work together rather than have a falling out and start fan wars.


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He described himself and the Raves and Roses singer as the two top performers of our generation and said that “Compromise” was the result of their decision to go for a different vibe rather than making a club banger.

Interestingly, Fireboy DML added that other than what they put out on Compromise, he and Rema have other records together which are going to be straight bangers when they decide to put them out.

Totalling the number of tracks they’ve made together at 5, Fireboy said;

“There’s like 5 more Fireboy and Rema bangers, immediately they’re out, inbox straight.”

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