Beautiful bride! Jamaican label woos Patoranking
After signing a juicy deal with VP Records, the world largest reggea company, Patoranking joyfully tweeted, “Since the day I sang Alubarika…God blessings has been all i see…proclaim good things to urself and
watch things happen..New deal
He has reason to count his blessings, VP Records had signed Jamaican
dancehall superstars like Sean Paul,
Beenie Man, Elephant Man, Lady Saw,
Mavado, Busy Signal and many more.
Patoranking is the first African dancehall artiste to partner with them. Among Patoranking mega-hits are Alubarika and Girlie O.
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