After a long wait for this project, reggae/dance hall star, Patoranking finally dropped his album. God Over Everthing (GOE) is a truly a combination of soul, afropop, dance hall among others. The Girlie ‘O’ crooner proved to many of his fans that a lot has changed since he witnessed Alubarika. Like Pato said, the album consists of sounds that are truly different from an everyday song. Without further ado, here is the GOE album review.
Patoranking – The beginning was nice with his momma praying for him, it makes you want to feel the flow. Patoranking then takes us to another realm. Rap. The reggae man spitting some bars with a laced ‘Patoranking… Patoranking’ chorus. Different from every other song on the album.
God Over Everything – This is one of my best tracks on the album. Thanking God for his achievements, basically preaching and worshiping God for everything He’s done. The production was slick and Patoranking came through on this.
Cheating Zone – Another song for the reggae fans. Comes with a story line, describing Patoranking the toaster. Unfortunately, he’s toasting a girl in a relationship. The girl stays adamant, insisting no cheating zone despite ’em pPatoranking sweet words. A track with a nice story line you’ll bump.
Money ft Phyno – This instantly makes you forgive Patoranking for the Aboyo track as he features the man of the year on m ...