Crayon, a fast-rising singer, expressed his pride and admiration for his label mate, Rema, following his performance at the Ballon d’Or award.
Rema, the Afrobeat sensation, represented Nigeria and thrilled the audience with his rendition of the hit song “Calm Down” at the Ballon d’Or award ceremony in Paris, France on October 30th.
This performance marked a historic moment for Nigeria, as Rema became the first Afrobeat artist to perform at the prestigious award ceremony. In a viral video, he was seen shaking hands with football legends and icons.
Crayon shared his emotions, noting that he felt goosebumps and chills when Rema greeted Mbappe. He proudly called Rema his brother and complimented his outstanding performance.
“Seeing my brother at the Ballon d’Or awards brings me so much pride! What an amazing performance! When you shook hands with Mbappe, I got goosebumps, and a chill ran down my spine! Rema!”
This heartwarming message from Crayon to Rema highlights the support and camaraderie among artists within their label.
Crayon had recently shared his exciting encounter with award-winning singer Davido at a club. During their interaction, Davido expressed his pride in Crayon’s success, particularly with his new album, which left Crayon thrilled.
Last year, Don Jazzy, the head of their record label, had encouraged emerging artists by using Crayon as an example of someone who was thriving in his career. Crayon had multiple projects in the works, which indicated his growth and success in the music industry.