Crayon: “I stayed in Rema’s house for two years”

Mavin Records artist, Charles Chibuezechukwu, popularly known as Crayon, has revealed that his labelmate, Rema, accommodated him for two years before he became famous.

In a recent interview with MTV Base Africa, the ‘Ijo Labalaba’ singer said Rema was instrumental to his career success.

Crayon said, “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.”

Crayon’s career took off in May 2019 after he was signed to Blowtime Entertainment, an imprint of Mavin Records.

Rema and Crayon are both signed to Mavin Records and have collaborated on several songs together.

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