Music Review Adekunle Gold ft Patoranking – Pretty Girl

Pretty Girl is a new song by Adekunle Gold where he features Dance Hall Veteran Patoranking.

The song is a single from his latest album called, “Afro Pop, Vol. 1” which was released about some days ago.

The “Afro Pop, Vol. 1” album consists of 10-tracks with features with the like of Nailah Blackman, Patoranking, Olayinka Ehi and Tekno.

The song start with the voice of Adekunle Gold himself where he was heard speaking to a girl whom he refers to as “pretty girl

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Then Patoranking came along with his unique voice and lyrics where he is also heard speaking to the same girl which he also calls “pretty girl

The song has a reggae rhythms, which is probably why Adekunle featured Patoranking as it is his forte or genre of music. Patoranking sure didn’t disappoint fans as he sang along to the reggae rhythm. 

The song generally speaks about a man and woman dancing erotically and afterwards having sex all. The song actually focuses on the girl being a spoilt girl. As a line on the song includes, ‘tell your mama say you don spoil’.

Patoranking could be heard telling the girl that he will still her heart and run away with, which means he’s ready to make her fall in deep love with him.

The song is commendable and one fans are certainly loving. Within days of it release, it has garnered thousands of streams and download on music Sharing platforms. People always love good songs you’d have to admit.

This is one music you listen to and start dancing, there’s no dulling on this jam. The blend of Patoranking reggae lyrics with Adekunle rich voice and lyrics just makes it something fans will surely put on replay from morning to night. The music is that lovely.

I’d rate the song 7 on a scale of ten. It a great song from Adekunle and Patoranking, but nonetheless, when considering other factors it would be fair to give it an above average rate.

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