Nigerian reggae-dancehall sensation Patoranking has once again set the music scene ablaze with the release of his highly anticipated fourth studio album, aptly titled “World Best.” This musical masterpiece is a testament to Patoranking’s evolution as an artist and his unwavering commitment to delivering chart-topping hits.
“World Best” is a fifteen-track album that showcases Patoranking’s versatility, lyrical prowess, and his ability to seamlessly blend reggae and dancehall influences with contemporary sounds. The album is a celebration of life, love, and the global appeal of Afrobeat music.
One of the highlights of the album is the inclusion of four previously released songs: “Higher,” “Abobi,” “Tonight” (featuring the dancehall sensation Popcaan), and “Kolo Kolo” (featuring the renowned Diamond Platnumz). These tracks have already made waves in the music world and have been eagerly embraced by fans worldwide.
However, what truly makes “World Best” an exceptional body of work is the stellar lineup of collaborations that Patoranking has assembled. The album features a diverse range of artists, both locally and internationally, who add their unique flavors to the tracks.
One of the standout collaborations on the album is “Black and White,” featuring the Ghanaian rising star Gyakie. This track is a fusion of reggae and Afrobeat vibes, with Patoranking and Gyakie’s voices blending harmoniously to create an infectious melody.
Another noteworthy collaboration is “Burn” with Victony, which showcases Patoranking’s commitment to uplifting and supporting emerging talent in the music industry. The track’s catchy chorus and infectious rhythm make it an instant favorite.
Patoranking’s international reach is highlighted in the song “Still On My Mind,” featuring the legendary Ludacris. This track is a fusion of dancehall and hip-hop elements and is a testament to the universal appeal of Patoranking’s music.
The album also includes “Prayer Request” with Kizz Daniel, a song that combines Patoranking and Kizz Daniel’s vocal prowess with a message of hope and faith. “Zion Foster Skit” and “Temper” featuring Beenie Man are other tracks that add depth and diversity to the album.
“World Best” is not just an album; it’s a musical journey that takes listeners on a ride through different genres and emotions. Patoranking’s ability to seamlessly switch between dancehall, reggae, and Afrobeat is a testament to his musical dexterity.
As an artist, Patoranking has consistently pushed the boundaries of his genre, and “World Best” is a reflection of his growth and evolution. With this album, he solidifies his position as one of Africa’s most influential and respected reggae-dancehall artists.
In a world where music has the power to unite and inspire, “World Best” is a testament to the global appeal of Nigerian music and the indomitable spirit of Patoranking. This album is a must-listen for anyone who appreciates authentic, soul-stirring music that transcends borders and genres. Patoranking’s “World Best” is a true masterpiece that cements his status as a world-class musician.