How Much Does Patoranking Charge Per Show?



How Much Does Patoranking Charge Per Show?

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Patoranking is a Nigerian raggae and dancehall artiste birthed as Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie on the 27th of May, 1990. He's also a music composer and songwriter.

He grew up in Ijegun-Egba, his hometown and birthplace. He's a very popular artiste and one of the most sought after in Nigeria today, also one of the most loved who according to his first hit song titled "Alubarika", rose from nothing to where he is today.

Patoranking did work as an underground artiste, running collaborations with a couple of known Nigerian musicians like Konga, Xproject, and that's exactly how he started out his music career.

In 2010, he signed a music contract with K-Solo's Igberaga Records. While performing under the record, he released a single titled "Up in the Club".

The rocky star became a protégé of Timaya's Dem Mama Records (D.M. Records) after he features the label boss, Timaya, on his hit single, Alubarika. Alubarika was aired on popular radio and TV stations and got him to meet the biggest artistes in Africa.

He also got invitations to perform on stage at different events after he hit fame with his single. Patoranking went on to sign a music deal with Foston Musik in 2014. Under Foston Musik, he dropped another hit track titled "Girlie O".

The videos got hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube, and the remixed music video with Tiwa Savage received over 25 million views. An announcement by the artiste, Patoranking, was made in the wake of 2015, in February, on his Instagram page that a distribution deal has been signed with VP Records.

How Much Does Patoranking Charge Per Show? 

How Much Does Patoranking Charge Per Show?

Patoranking is a golden singer like we all know. His fans are crazy about him and are across the continent. His dancehall kind of music is unique and makes total sense.

Patoranking is a game changer and this music style of his has projected his career to top level. Being a big time artiste in the Nigeria music industry, he earns over N800,000 naira per show, and would be paid nothing less.



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