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Photo: Rehema n Bebe Cool - PAM Awards
At JUST 20 years, she already has a hit song to her name. Her collaboration with Bebe Cool, 'Seaze and Sickle' is fast becoming an anthem in night clubs and a household name in town.
Remah says she has been singing since her school days when she was always the lead singer because of her knee weakening voice. In Love's Rowland Nkahebwa caught up with the gorgeous singer and talked to her about her music career, love life and new found fame.
IL: Briefly who is Remah?
Remah: I was born Rehema Namakula 20 years ago to Mukiibi Semakula and Hamidah Nabossa in Kisasi - Ntinda. I use Remah because it is much simpler than Rehema. I went to school in Kitante Primary School and St Balikudembe Secondary in Mukono.
I am currently doing Administrative and Managerial Science at Kyambogo University and Ia m very much in love with music and fashion.
IL: How long have you been singing?
Remah: From my primary days, I have been the lead singer in choirs of the schools I went to. Bebe Cool spotted me one time while I was backing up Aunt Halima Namakula when she was doing 'Sambagala'.
I impressed him and I have been working with him on several projects as a backup vocalist. I began professional singing in 2009 in my senior six vacation. So I was a member of Gagamel even before it was formed.
IL: Your first song becoming an instant hit must be great, how do you feel when you hear people singing to it?
Remah: Oh my! I cannot explain it but it's a great feeling that anyone trying to make it in the music industry should experience. It is mwaaaah.
IL: How challenging do you find the local music Industry?
Remah: Sometimes it is very difficult to predict what fans want. And having to out a better song than the previous one is not easy. However, I am giving it all my all on the next songs.
IL: How about the fear of people branding you a one hit wonder, doesn't that worry you?
Remah: Oh my God that is true but I try not to think about it because I believe in myself. And like I said, I am giving my everything on the next tracks to make them better than Seaze and Sickle. I feel very positive about my career and hopefully it remains that way.
IL: Any musicians or people you look up to for inspiration?
Remah: My Aunt Halima Namakula. I want to get her courage because she is a go getter and grabs any chance that presents itself and makes the most out of it. She is my inspiration.
IL: What is going on between you and your boss? Rumour has it that you two are in a romantic relationship?
Remah: There is totally nothing romantic between us. I think people who think that have serious problems. How can I be in a relationship with someone (Bebe) who has seen me growing up? He is not the kind who would do that because he has his wife who he loves so much.
IL: Okay now that you aren't dating your boss, are you seeing anyone?
Remah: That is too personal. I am still too young to date and besides I am concentrating on my music at the moment. When I'm ready to date I will let you know.
IL: If you were to date, what is your ideal kind of guy?
Remah: He has to be caring and understanding in that he listens to me to me instead of dictating. He should be presentable and good looking. I don't care about the money and I don't date old men.
IL: A beautiful babe like you must surely have horny men hitting on you, how do you handle them?
Remah: They are always asking for my number but I let them know that they can't always have whatever they wish for. For those who insist, I show them my rough side or report them to Bebe.
IL: What are the three things that people do not know about you?
Remah: I don't take tea because it makes me feel bad like I can't breath. Pilawo is my favorite dish. I don't have lots of gal friends because gals can't be trusted. It is the reason I only hang out with boys.
IL: Something for you fans?
Remah: Thank yu so much for making me what I am and liking my music. You are the reason I am working hard and expect hotter and better stuff from me.