Just a few weeks ago, the talented Patoranking blessed his fans with yet another impressive single, "Everyday". To add to the pomp and fanfare of the solid tune, Patoranking just released a dance video, getting us even more into the spirit of the lively bop.
Seeing as "Everyday" heavily borrows sonic elements from the electronic dance music genre, it is only right that the follow-up visuals be brought to life by the talented Nigerian dance group, Westsyde, and to absolutely no one's surprise, they deliver.
The video depicts the dancers tearing it up all around town. The older group of dancers make use of props, including brooms and mats, to liven up their already energetic moves, showing off their skill as multifaceted dancers.
Among the younger group of dancers is the video's standout performer: A young boy who begins the dance sequence once he finds out school is closed. These kids are definitely younger than 10, so it is pretty mesmerising that they can move so well.
Watch the lively dance video below: