Patoranking stands as a prominent icon in the African music sphere, particularly within the dynamic Dancehall genre where his remarkable creativity has garnered him a substantial following, the respect of fellow artistes and noteworthy accolades. The virtuoso of Dancehall has unveiled his fourth album, titled World Best, as he took to his Instagram profile to reveal the exciting news.
The announcement video showcases the presence of renowned actress Osas Ighodaro, who was also a prominent host at the 2022 Headies Awards in Atlanta, Georgia, sharing the stage with American actor Anthony Anderson. Anticipated to hit the scene on September 6, 2023, World Best marks Patoranking's return to the album landscape after a three-year hiatus since the launch of his 2020 album Three, featuring the hit anthem Abule.
In the interim between his last album Three, which triumphantly secured the 2022 Headies Best Reggae/Dancehall Album accolade, Patoranking has been steadily gifting fans with a series of impressive singles. Noteworthy among these releases are Celebrate Me, Kolo Kolo featuring Diamond Platnumz, Abobi, and the more recent Tonight featuring Popcaan.
Enthusiasts of his music can anticipate a collection that might encompass these well-received singles, alongside a repertoire of other captivating compositions, as Patoranking's forthcoming album is poised to encapsulate his evolving artistry and genre-bending style.
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