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DJ Shiru taking Patoranking to local pub


When singer Patoranking first came to Uganda in December last year for the Born to Win concert, the Nigerian singer seemed to have fallen in love with Uganda. At the concert, he said one of his dream destinations has always been Uganda, even for a minute and this could be true by how he mentions Uganda in some of his songs.
A few months ago, Patoranking decided to come back to Uganda and this time not for a concert but just to let Ugandans know about his newly-released album God Over Everything (GOE).

The latest we have gathered is that the singer is coming back to Uganda on November 26 to grace one of the events that will take place in a local Club along Entebbe Road.

The news was confirmed by DJ Shiru who said Patoranking will be a special guest at the video premiere of Dance Well, a song Patoranking did with DJ Shiru. For starters, the premiere will be at Nyondo Club, a local club frequented by mechanics, musayi gwa Eddy Kenzo, Mama Hafswa e’ Natete, boda boda guys and ambassador Wa Firebase e’ Natete et al. We hope they know Patoranking because he might end up rubbing shoulders with only DJ Shiru.

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