Nigerian singer Rema has been spotted in a recording studio with Grammy award-winning electropop band Clean Bandit.
On June 18, Clean Bandit, a famous 3-member music group from the UK, shared on its official Twitter handle a few pictures with Rema which were taken in the group’s recording studio in London.
In one of the pictures shared, Rema stood posing for the camera with the band’s members (Grace Chatto, Jack Patterson, and Luke Patterson), and behind them were plaques and awards of the band by the wall.
In another picture, Rema sat across Grace Chatto of the Clean Bandit, holding his recording microphone’s stand and a headset hung down his ears.
The pictures, and the caption given to them, suggested a collaboration by the artists was in the works.
The band’s caption on Twitter read, ‘Best late night session with @heisrema’.
Clean Bandit, debuted in 2012, is an electropop and dance-pop band from the UK. They won their first Grammy in 2015 for their chart-topper single “Rather Be”.
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