REMI’s sophomore LP Divas and Demons was independently released through REMI’s own label
imprint House of Beige Records, nominated for an ARIA Award, and given 4.5 out of 5 stars as “A
landmark release” by Rolling Stone Australia. The album featured the widely loved singles “For Good”
featuring Sampa The Great, “Substance Therapy”, and “Lose Sleep” featuring Jordan Rakei, and
became the duo’s first official ARIA Top 10 record.
In 2017 REMI were nominated for the prestigious US BET Awards, and also saw a return to the UK
after being invited by Kate Tempest to perform at The Brighton Festival, where they played to a sold
out Brighton Dome. REMI also teamed up with emcee Sampa The Great and headed out on their
largest ever Australian national tour selling out venues across the country.
Consistently performing sold-out headline tours across Europe and Australia, REMI have also shared
the stage with Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Vic Mensa, De La Soul, Joey Bada$$, Blackalicious, and
Hiatus Kaiyote. With features across international media such as OkayPlayer, Majestic Casual,
COLORS, Billboard, NME, MTV Iggy, NPR and shout outs from the likes of hip-hop luminaire Chuck D
and Outkast’s Big Boi, REMI’s appeal is as diverse as it is impressive.
On the festival front locally, REMI have stormed the stages of Australia’s Beyond The Valley, Falls
Festival, Bluesfest, Splendour in the Grass and many more. Having built a reputation for their incredible stage presence, REMI are next set to treat UK fans to a run of shows when they support Black Milk in Manchester, Bristol & Leeds, before a headline show at London’s Jazz Cafe.
In 2019, REMI share their newest single, “5 A.M.” feat. Whosane via their own House of Beige Records
imprint. Serving as a reminder to audiences worldwide of REMI’s musical prowess, Remi’s effortless flow sways in precise time to Sensible J’s organic and world class production, multi-layered in both meaning and musicality. Back, and at their most astute yet, REMI continue to show the world their limitless talent and capability to touch the soul, leaving listeners to conclude it’s no wonder they hold reign at the top of Australia’s soul and hip-hop sphere.