Nigerian dancehall royal, the illustrious Patoranking, has released his much-anticipated body of work – the World Best album.
This title serves as more than just a name; it’s a moniker that Patoranking has proudly donned for some time now. Fans have been expecting the release, and the artist’s initial offering, the amazing track, Higher, served as a tantalising glimpse into the auditory feast that awaited them. Needless to say, the reception was nothing short of ecstatic, further heightening the collective excitement for the album’s official launch.
Comprising an impressive ensemble of fifteen meticulously crafted tracks, World Best signifies Patoranking’s fourth studio album, following the success of his previous offering, Three, which graced the airwaves in 2020 and boasted such chart-toppers as the infectious Abule.
One of the defining features of World Best is its star-studded guest lineup, a testament to Patoranking’s ability to collaborate seamlessly with a diverse array of artists. The album plays host to an impressive roster of musical talents, including Kizz Daniel, Victony, Gyakie, Diamond Platnumz, Zion Foster, and Popcaan. Furthermore, the album introduces a monumental moment for Patoranking as he joins forces with two legends of the global music scene, Ludacris and Beenie Man, to create tracks that are destined to be fabulous in their own right.
With World Best, Patoranking invites listeners on a journey through a kaleidoscope of rhythms and emotions, promising an auditory experience that is both transcendent and unforgettable. As the fans eagerly embrace the body of work, it’s clear that Patoranking’s reign as the World Best is not just a moniker; it’s a well-deserved title earned through his exceptional talent and dedication to his craft.