Patoranking Takes The Streets To The World On The Cover Of Guardian Life Magazine

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Patoranking, real name Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, is a singer and songwriter is recognised for his infusion of reggae and dancehall with a Nigerian twist.

Having grown up in Ebute Metta, the artist made a name underground before going mainstream.

Patoranking, in a recent chat with Guardian Life, has revealed that his hit song Alubarika is the one song that best describes him.

According to him:

“I was able to tell people where I am headed and where I am coming from; within three minutes I was able to sell myself to the world.

Alubarika brought me out from the underground to the mainstream.

Underground is the root. It’s a is beautiful thing starting there. It is like planting a seed; many people don’t see the process that goes in, all they see is the tree. I think it was very important to my career.”

You can get all the juicy details Patoranking shared in the Guardian Life magazine.

Here is a photo of the cover:

source: Guardianlife

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