Nigerian singer, Crayon has revealed that he was housed by his fellow artist and labelmate, Rema for a span of two years before achieving his own fame.
Since joining Blowtime Entertainment, a division of Mavin Records, in May 2019, Crayon’s musical journey has experienced remarkable growth.
Both Rema and Crayon are artists under the Mavin Records label, and they have jointly collaborated on numerous tracks.
In a recent interview with MTV Base Africa, Crayon expressed his deep gratitude towards Rema, referring to him as a lifelong brother.
Crayon, who also disclosed Rema’s significant contribution to his musical journey, revealed that he had resided in Rema’s house for a duration of two years.
“Shoutout to Rema mehn. That’s my brother for life. Rema was a big support, as well. He was very instrumental. You know what’s crazy? I stayed in his house for two years,” he wrote.
KanyiDaily recalls that Crayon had also shared an incident from his past when his family faced eviction from their rented home due to financial struggles.