Nigerians are trolling Rema for saying his song ”Spiderman” is about saving the youth

In just a short time, Mavin Global artiste Rema has risen to be a Gen Z sweetheart. The 18-yr-old burgeoning star commands loyalty and stanship with two body of works already released in 2019, turning him into a Wizkid-adjacent sensation with the potential to be massive. That said, Rema has steadily been receiving some criticisms and hate for his music, so much so that Mavin boss Don Jazzy had to defend him.


On his second four-track EP, Rema Freestyle, Rema in a now-clarified tweet sings about saving the youth on a track titled Spiderman, which evokes the complex lore of friendly neighbourhood superhero Spiderman, if you are familiar with it. The track is a moody, emo bop, but the responses to Rema’s tweet it has bordered on trolling and dismissiveness.

Rema is a young artiste with a burning, bristling momentum at the moment, and while we can say ”saving the youth” sounds incredibly lofty, Rema’s is on the trajectory to becoming a full-fledged star who can be a force for good.

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