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Patoranking Taps Diamond Platnumz, Victony, Gyakie, And More On ‘World Best’, His 4th Studio Album

Nigerian Dancehall fusion maestro Patoranking Fire has released his fourth album titled ‘World Best’.

Released on September 7, 2023, the album comes off the back of the release of some singles ‘Kolo Kolo’ featuring Diamond Platnumz, ‘Abobi’, and ‘Tonight’ which has Popcaan as a guest artist.

The American hip hop artist Ludacris, Jamaica’s own Dancehall Icon don Beenie Man, and Kingston’s Music General Popcaan are just a few of the names Patoranking has enlisted on his latest album.

His native sound is cultivated by additional brilliant African collaborators, including as hitmakers Kizz Daniel and Diamond Platnumz, as well as up-and-comers Victony, Gyakie, and British-Nigerian wonder Zion Foster.

The LP’s production ranges from beautiful instruments to artificial beats, and it is delivered by an all-star ensemble of emerging and well-known African producers. Phantom (Nigeria), Kel P (Nigeria), Killertunes (Nigeria), C-Tea (Ghana), Mix Master Garzy (Ghana), and numerous other artists are on the list.

Key cuts from World Best have been continuously released by Patoranking throughout the past year. At the recent East Africa Arts Entertainment Awards (EAEA), the Diamond Platnumz and Young Willis produced song “Kolo Kolo” took home the award for Best East Meets West Collaboration.

The next song was “Abobi,” which featured the rich melodies of Nigerian musician Kel P, whose resume includes several successes on Burna Boy’s historic 2019 album African Giant.

Over the course of the summer, Patoranking released ‘Higher,’ a spiritual vibration with delicate glowing synth chords and crackling percussion, as well as the party starter ‘Tonight’ ft. ‘My Woman, My Everything’ by Patoranking feat. Wande Coal was produced by DJ Breezy, who also worked on Popcaan.

‘World Best’ features more swoon-worthy collaborations. On “Miracle Baby,” Ludacris and Patoranking recollect their modest beginnings before fame and find common ground.

Both icons are infatuated by a magnificent sight on the track “Gyal Like You,” which features Nigerian superstar Kizz Daniel. Their voices float over the upbeat beats created by the budding Nigerian producer Killertunes.

A sensual dedication to the people they devote their affections to is “Women of the Year” featuring Zion Foster. The compliments hover above N2THEA’s mid-tempo Afrobeats sound.

Patoranking and Beenie Man, the self-proclaimed King of the Dancehall, pledge their vows to their future queens while the melody of “Amazing Grace” is driven by a serious sentiment.

C-Tea, a Ghanaian producer and sound engineer who won a Grammy for Black Coffee’s album “Subconsciously” in 2022, is responsible for the song’s shimmering guitar licks and a group of wind instruments.

On “Control Me,” Patoranking is completely enthralled and hypnotized by the rhythms created by Mix Master Garzy and the vocals of the quickly rising Ghanaian diva Gyakie.

The album’s standout single, “Babylon,” with vocals from Victony, one of Nigeria’s newest musical exports, is a captivating voyage into the unknown. The famed Phantom of Nigeria is responsible for the captivating music.


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