Patoranking’s music video for “Lenge Lenge” is a tribute to the 70s

Inspired by the Afrobeat legend, Fela

Following the release of his “Confirm” collaboration with Davido earlier this year, Patoranking has released his new single, “Lenge Lenge” with an accompanying music video. The romantic number is produced by DJ Coublon who provides a laid-back beat with horn samples, percussion and traditional drum riffs fitting for Patoranking’s call and response melody.

The music video Luke Biggins directs for “Lenge Lenge” takes a cue from the song’s traditional inspired sound, surrounding Patoranking with beautiful muses dressed in 70’s costumes. The natural afros, traditional hairdo, face paintings and beads are all throwback looks but the painting of Fela hanging in the back give away the Afrobeat legend’s influence on the raunchy song destined for DJ sets at dance-clubs.

You can watch the music video for “Lenge Lenge” below.

Featured Image Credits: YouTube/Patoranking Fire
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