Moment Rema Brought Out Patoranking At Concert In Kenya

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Raving Nigerian recording artiste and entertainer, Divine Ikubor, better known as Rema over the weekend shut down Kenya.

The young Afrobeats act headlined the MNE Fest’s 10th anniversary in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. During his performance, Rema wrapped in a Kenya flag brought out some acts from Kenya to perform with him.

However, the crown went super charged an excited when the Nigerian musician brought out his Nigerian brother, Patrick Nnaemeka Okorie, widely known as Patoranking to perform as well.

Rema took to his official Twitter page to share a short video as Patoranking mounted the stage. He also thank him for coming through. “Look who came through for the boy in Kenya! @patorankingfire Ah Love u big time LEGEND! ❤️🙇🏿”, he wrote. Watch video below.

Look who came through for the boy in Kenya! @patorankingfire Ah Love u big time LEGEND! ❤️🙇🏿 pic.twitter.com/7ljZUfMN88

— REMA (@heisrema) May 8, 2022

Meanwhile; Renowned Ghanaian musician, Sylvanus Dodji Jeoffrey, widely known as Captiaon Planet has given a piece of advice talented young acts; KiDi and Black Sherif.

This is coming after the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. KiDi won Artiste of the year, Album of the year, Afrobeats/Afropop Artiste of the year, Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the year and Vodafone Most Popular song of the year whiles Black Sherif also bagged awards for Best New Artiste and Best Hiphop Song of the year.

According the former member of the now defunct music group 4X4, telecommunications company are in secret competition hence, its prudent not to acknowledge MTN on a show sponsored by Vodafone.

“The Telcos are in secret competition with each other so my bro kidi next time don’t thank Mtn on vodafone’s platform they don’t like that”, He wrote. “Blacko next time don’t wear yellow on vodafone’s platform that’s their competitor’s color. . Take this advice & thank me later. Congrats” he added.

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