The renowned artist Patoranking has unveiled a captivating and recently produced single with the catchy title Higher while preparing intensely for the impending release of his highly anticipated “World Best” album. Higher showcases Patoranking’s exceptional talent and versatility as he effortlessly blends different musical genres, creating a unique and infectious sound. Fans eagerly await the release of World Best, which is expected to solidify further Patoranking’s status as one of the most influential artists in the industry.
The talented producer Mix Master Garzy is the brains of Higher. His meticulous work creates an elaborate sound tapestry that perfectly matches Patoranking’s vocal performance. The song dives deeply into the themes of thankfulness and thanksgiving. Patoranking beautifully conveys gratitude and recognition for life’s bounties in his songs, which poignantly capture the heart of his journey with lines such as, “If no be God, tell me where I for dey.”
A confluence of melodies and harmonies that dance in symphonic harmony form the heart of Higher and produce an evocative audio experience. The track’s lyrical music and Patoranking’s melodic intonations combine to create a captivating tune that stirs feelings of both celebration and introspection.
“Higher” is Patoranking’s third official single to be released in the prolific year of 2023, marking an important milestone in his musical career. This comes after the earlier debut of the gripping song “Tonight,” a group effort with Popcaan, a legendary Jamaican musician. Patoranking’s 2023 production has developed into a gripping tale with each new release, demonstrating his commitment to providing listeners with a wide range of musical experiences. The release of “Higher” acts as a delicious appetizer, titillating the senses and building anticipation for what is sure to be a fantastic musical trip as the fans eagerly await the next album “, World Best.” The countdown to the album gets even more exciting and anxiously anticipated as Higher’s reverberating echoes start to fill the radio.