- ‘Calm Down’ by Rema reverberated within the entire city of Doha at Stadium 974 after Brazil thrashed South Korea
- The Samba Boys put up a sensational performance to beat South Korea to cruise to the quarter-final of the World Cup
- A beautiful lady covering herself with the flag of Brazil was spotted dancing while ‘Calm Down’ played
After Brazil walloped South Korea 4-1 in the second round of the ongoing 2022 FIFA World Cup, a beautiful damsel from the South American country vibed to Rema’s ‘Calm Down’.
Vinicius, Neymar, Richarlison and Lucas Paqueta scored each in the first half of the encounter to see off the Koreans.
After the game, a beautiful Brazilian fan was spotted dancing in the stands as Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ reverberated throughout the entire arena.
The moment was captured by Nigerian football journalist Pooja who took time out to relive the special moment.
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She’s clearly a fan of the Nigerian song as the lady smiled all through, dancing and grooving while the song lasted.
Calm Down by Rema
Nigerian music Star Rema has joined the exclusive league of Nigerian artistes who have earned gold certification in the United States.
Radio Nigeria reports that Rema’s ‘Calm Down’ received a Gold certification from the RIAA after selling over 500,000 copies in the US.
"Calm Down" is a song by Nigerian singer Rema from his debut studio album Rave & Roses (2022). It was released on February 11, 2022, through Jonzing World and Mavin as the album's second single.
The song charted across Europe, reaching number one on the Belgian Ultratop 50, Dutch Top 40 and Dutch Single Top 100.
Brazil set unique World Cup record
The Brazilians were simply too good for the South Koreans, as they shipped in four goals to set up a quarter-final clash against Croatia.
As per Opta Joe, the decision to bring in Weverton meant Brazil became the first nation to use all 26 players from the squad list in the same World Cup tournament.
Source: Sports Brief News