Patoranking quits Timaya’s Dem Mama Records for Foston Musik

Dem Mama Records released Patoranking’s official debut single, Alubarika.

Rising dancehall singer, Patoranking – real name, Patrick Okorie – has reportedly parted ways with Timaya’s Dem Mama Records for Foston Musik.

An evidence of the switch was Foston Musik’s logo appearing in Patoranking’s new video, Girlie o.

Dem Mama Records released Patoranking’s official debut single, Alubarika, in mid 2013,

A source close to Timaya told PREMIUM TIMES that the Ukwu singer said he was surprised when he learnt Patoranking had ditched the label in January.

Patoranking, speaking to HipHop World Magazine, confirmed that he had moved from Dem Mama Records. He said his newly acquired 2014 Range Rover SUV and an apartment at the Metro Garden in Lekki, were courtesy of Foston Musik.

“Yes, it’s mine; it’s my record label that got it for me o! Foston Musik,” the 24-year-old said.

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