Small Doctor is a Nigerian singer who sings in his native language “Yoruba.” He rose to prominence in 2012 following a series of mixtapes and freestyles, and by 2015, he had amassed a sizable fan base on the streets of Nigeria’s southwestern region.

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He declared in 2015 that he will begin singing in Igbo as well.

Temitope Adekunle, called Small Doctor, was born in Kano and is a native of Ese Odo, Ilaje LG in Ondo State.

Ain’t Orosan Nursery and Primary School, Oniwaya Secondary School, Capital Road, Dopemu, Lagos were all visited by the Fuji pop musician.

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He later went to the University of Lagos, but due to personal circumstances, he was unable to complete his studies. He hopes to return to school in the future.

He became aware of his musical ability. He felt he had the instinct to produce good songs when he was in SS1, which he did when he composed “E ma kanra mo mi” in 2003, which he hopes to remix in the future.

When singing, the self-styled street ambassador crooner is noted for uttering “hain hain,” which has been his trademark since his first song.

Alhaji Alabi Pasuma bestowed the name Akeweje upon him. Gbagaun, Anobi, and Mosquito Killer, all produced by Dre San, catapulted him into the spotlight (an upcoming producer).

Side One, Dre Sans, TerryG, OrirseFemi, and a slew of more artists have collaborated with him. Check out Small Doctor’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!