Nigerian musician Patoranking has revealed that when he initially got here to Ghana years in the past, his intention was not to pursue a career in music.

According to him, he was trying forward to getting admission to one among Ghana’s universities in his early years.

Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz FM, Patoranking said he was excited when the University of Cape Coast (UCC) decided to admit him.

However, as a result of worldwide students had been charged in {dollars}, his dream of pursuing education got here to a halt.

“It was not that easy, especially with where i come from. That afternoon, I was very excited and I called my father. He said ‘my son I know this is what you want but you’ve got your younger siblings and it will be nice to give them a chance to have a taste of secondary education’,” the musician narrated.

“And I said okay and that meant that automatically, I had to just become a man that moment. I remember I was 17/18. I said the only thing I know how to do that can actually change the face of my family was music,” he added.

Patoranking said that he decided to look elsewhere for a career and this journeyed to Accra the place he met some Nigerians and started a career in music.

On quite a few events, Patornaking said that he was homeless and had to make the road his abode.

But after over 120 collaborations, Patoranking said he landed his breakthrough tune in 2013.

Source: myjoyonline

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