I composed Mon Bebe song with five languages, Patoranking tells fan

I composed Mon Bebe song with five languages, Patoranking tells fan

- Singer and songwriter, Patoranking, recently made an interesting revelation about the composition of his song, Mon Bebe

- According to the singer, he composed the song using five different languages

- Patoranking made the disclosure after a fan hailed the single off his latest album

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Popular Nigerian singer and songwriter, Patoranking, has made an interesting disclosure about the amount of effort put into one of the songs off his recently released Three album.

A fan of the singer had taken to Twitter to curiously ask which language the singer used in composing the catchy song entitled Mon Bebe.

"Which language did Patoranking use in Mon-Bebe that's making the song that sweet, like so sweeeeeeedth!?" the fan wrote on his Twitter page.

See his tweet below:

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Well, upon sighting the tweet, the singer was quick to ease the mind of his curious fan.

Responding to the post, Patoranking teasingly noted that he employed the use of five different languages to compose the song which features fellow singer, Flavour.

"Na 5 languages I speak. Pidgin, Igbo, Yoruba, French and English," the music star wrote on his page.

I composed Mon Bebe song with five languages, Patoranking tells fan
Singer and songwriter Patoranking. Photo: Instagram/@patorankingfire
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See the exchange below:

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Following his disclosure, other fans were spotted reacting in his comment section. According to them, the singer must have employed the use of other African languages to write the catchy song.

Read more reactions from fans below:

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In a related story about the reggae-dancehall singer, Legit.ng reported that he made the educational dreams of some African students come true.

The musician known for his charitable nature awarded 10 promising students across Africa full scholarships.

"After reviewing hundreds of applications from exceptional young people across Africa, we’re excited to announce that the inaugural Patoranking Scholars have been selected! The Patoranking Scholars will be rewarded with 100% paid tuition and a once in a lifetime opportunity of being part of the next generation of extraordinary African leaders and entrepreneurs at ALU....The Time is Now. God Bless You All," he wrote on his Instagram page.

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