Patoranking Becomes First African Artiste to Perform at Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica

Patoranking Becomes First African Artiste to Perform at Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica
Patoranking Becomes First African Artiste to Perform at Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica

Patoranking Becomes First African Artiste to Perform at Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica

Moments ago, the Daniella Whine singer took to his Instagram to reveal that he was the first African artiste invited to perform at the biggest reggae festival in the world- the Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica which ends today, July 22.

Celebrating the news on his Instagram, the God Over Everything crooner said his children would one day learn about his legacies because he sure has put in his best in marking his space in the reggae world.

See his post:

Coming to fame was quite difficult for the Ebonyi State singer who grew up in the slums of Ilaje, Ebutte Metta, a Lagos suburb, in the one bedroom apartment he shared with his four siblings.

In February 2015, the ‘Alubarika’ singer shared his story of humble beginnings, how he sold rat poison in Lagos traffic and became a bricklayer, all just to raise money to help his family. Fully grown, Patoranking traveled to Ghana and there, he found music. In 2014, he won the Headies Award as the ‘Next Rated Star.”

Today, the dancehall singer is one of Africa’s renowned artistes.

I may never had come this far if I don’t have doubting Thomas dem/haters but Plz don’t stop Doubting or Hating I Really need More of That, Am already in 2018,” he writes on his page today.

Congratulations to him!

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