In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 02nd, September, 2020

Patoranking Opens Up, Reveals How How Ghetto Upbringing Influenced His Music

Patoranking Opens Up, Reveals How How Ghetto Upbringing Influenced His Music

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Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, the singer and songwriter who’s popularly generally known as Patoranking has revealed that his songs and songwriting ability are largely influenced by the atmosphere he grew up in.

Patoranking who just lately dropped a brand new challenge, made this identified whereas fielding questions from Pan-african Music content material creator.

He made reference to his hit observe, ‘Abule’ off his current album, ‘Three’, explaining that the music is a form of ode to life within the ghetto.

The dancehall artiste said that the music was to indicate how life occurs within the ghetto.


“Abule merely means hood or ghetto. So when singing, all I do is simply have a mirrored image about the place I come from after which I write. I used to be excited about the get together life within the ghetto, how we get together, how it’s, the issues that occur there.”

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