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Patoranking’s Make Am Video Review

The video starts with two children rolling tyres accross a street {probably Pato and his ‘suddenly blown’ friend
when they were kids}. As the video progresses, it shows the friend abandoning Pato because he’s made some
‘small change’. The Foston/ VP Records music artiste broods until one of his friends discover a talent hunt which
they are eligible for and form a band to compete. They are seen later performing on stage and emerging winners
of the prize money, 30 million naira boldy written on a plaque award. Now he and his guys are the ones balling
hard. It’s their turn to smile.

A very beautiful concept for a video. A video with little or no video vixens {The ‘video vixens’ were the men with big
arse customes. Lol} but one i enjoyed very much. I liked the jumpy trousers, suspenders and funny specs Pato
wore while performing on stage. The playfulness between he and his goons from the Ebonyi State Band was also
very dope too. I particularly like his dance at 02:35 mins into the video. Sadly what was portrayed in the video is
a microcosm of what happens in real life.

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There was a lesson learnt from that video. He said, ‘Some people forget people wey help them. But remember
people wey help you. ‘Coz if you fall na them go still rise you’. That was a very true statement. Like it or not,
apart from your fellow artistes in your music label, your guys who you started together, your friends in your area
before you came into limelight {And even those living in your community that did know you} are your biggest fans.
Even when you are wrong, they still support you in arguments and they promote your music most. An example is
Sean Tizzle. When he first released the track on his latest album, Eruku Saye Po, he was trying to use club
tours to promote his track. Not knowing guys residing at Ikorodu always turn up and try to promote his track. {My
friends at Ikorodu especially did this}

At the end of the video, there was a text saying, ‘Never Look Down on Anyone’. Everyone can and will make it.
And when you do, don’t let currency change your character. Kudos to the props manager, the director and the
Patois-styled singer for giving Nigerians a wonderful four minutes.

Make Am video was directed by AJE Filmworks, produced by Jay Pizzle. The guitarist involved in the production
is one of Africa’s best, Fioke {The guitar was the most prominent instrument used in it’s production to give an Afro
Pop/Jazz feel}. It was presented by Foston Musik/VP Records and was acclaimed to be endorsed by Lagos

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