How I’m Inspiring The Youth In My Ghetto – Small Doctor
As singer, Small Doctor, continues to break barriers with his unique Yoruba hip hop style, he is glad that his steady rise in the industry is a source of inspiration for upcoming talents in his hood, Agege, Lagos.
The ‘Penalty’ crooner says that he has made guys in Agege have the needed self-belief to keep trying as they see that any of them could become the next Small Doctor.
“Obviously I’ve inspired so many artistes from my hood to keep striving for more and I’ve made them believe that they can equally make it and can do better than I’m doing. Success isn’t limited to one person and I made them realise that you can break the norm by doing what you do best and putting more effort,” he told Hip TV in a chat.
Small Doctor also revealed that he doesn’t let the fame and money get into his head as he works harder than is expected of him. He said, “I still work as if I’m yet to make any money, I put in more effort than is expected of me so this motivates them to do better for themselves and for the Agege community.“