Small Doctor Biography, Net Worth, Profile & Age
BIRTH NAME: Temitope Adekunle
STYLE RATING: 5.0%
DISPLAY NAME: Small Doctor
NET WORTH: $500,000 Dollars
Small Doctor was born as Temitope Adekunle on the 19th of October, 1996. He’s a lot of things combined. Small Doctor, aside being a musician who specializes in Fuji Pop, he’s a model, a stage performer and a songwriter. Small Doctor was given birth to in Ilaje, Ondo state, Nigeria.
It’s unknown if he truly was born in 1996, or if that’s just his music age. Being indigenous is Small Doctor’s style of music. Like Olamide, and Phyno who sing in Yoruba and Igbo language respectively, Small Doctor joins the club of indigenous singers as he sings mostly in the Yoruba language of Nigeria. Birthed in Ondo state, he also schooled there in the state.
He studied as a child at the Aina Orosan Nursery and Primary School which is situated in Dopemu – an area in Ondo state. There at the Aina Orosan Nursery and Primary School, Small Doctor bagged his very first school leaving certificate. Upon graduating from the Nursery and Primary Institute, he further went to study at the Oniwaya Secondary School also situated in Dopemu, Ondo state.
He graduated and obtained his WACE certificate from the Oniwaya Secondary School, Dopemu, Ondo state. After leaving Secondary School with his WAEC certificate at hand, he applied to study at the University of Lagos, and was granted admission into the school system. Small Doctor couldn’t complete his academic programme successfully at the University of Lagos due to the personal challenges he was battling at that time. Left with very few choices, he quit studying to focus on music instead.
Small Doctor began doing music at a very tender age. Music has always been a part of the blossoming artiste. While in secondary school, precisely in Secondary School 1 (SS1), he would record Mixtapes and create freestyles. Fast forward to 2012, Small Doctor hit the fame spot after releasing hit singles like Mosquito Killer, Anobi, and Penalty.
The hit single titled Mosquito Killer is one of Small Doctor’s biggest hit releases. The interesting part about the release of the song is that it was produced by Dre San, and upcoming music producer in Nigeria. By 2015, Small Doctor had produced enought hit singles to keep him in limelight – he was popular and was already having millions of fans across Nigeria.
He was getting interview offers by media channels, and people really wanted to know who he really was. In an interview, he revealed his music mentor to be Alabi Pasuma – one of the richest Fuji musicians in Nigeria. Small Doctor also revealed that his stage name was actually given to him by Pasuma. Alabi Pasuma is a giant name in the world of Fuji music.
His legendary is now being transmitted into the world of contemporary music, making him influential in both industries. Small Doctor at this moment is signed to RealBeat Planet Entertainment. From the music label, Small Doctor has been able to reach out and win the hearts of millions of Nigerians by releasing hit singles likeable by a specific audience.
He has collaborated with several musicians in Nigeria and has won awards too. Definitely, he’s one of the lead artistes from his music label, RealBeat Planet Entertainment. According to an interview with Small Doctor, he revealed that he came from a poor family, and grew up in the streets.
He dropped his first studio album titled Street Ambassador in 2014 which contained hit singles like Mosquito Killer, Gbagaun, and Anobi. He has worked with several music stars in the Nigerian music industry, and these stars include Olamide, Wizkid, Davido, Ycee, Oritse Femi, Alabi Pasuma and others.
Small Doctor resides in the celebrity city of Lagos, and has lots of concerts to perform at. He is unmarried, but has a son named Abdul-Sodeeq Temitopeoluwa Alao. At a time, Small Doctor stole to feed his son. He was caught and beaten by angry mobs onetime, but now, it’s a changed story.
These States are massively occupied by Yoruba speakers who understand the lyrics and songs of Small Doctor as he essentially sings in the Yoruba language. Small Doctor now has over a 1.5 million followers on social media. He also earns from his massive following on social media by being paid to serve or post adverts through his social media handles to his pages. Small Doctor, aside from music sales, earns millions from performing at music shows or concerts.
He earns over N1 million naira per show and when he’s booked to perform at locations where majority of the audience are indigenous music lovers, he’s paid higher. On the 1st of June, 2018, Small Doctor signed a deal with Western Lotto. The deal was ambassadorial, making Small Doctor an ambassador of Western Lotto.
This deal was probably worth several millions of naira as the zeros on the photo caption shared by Small Doctor on his Instagram page indicated 9 figures. He earns from endorsement deals and other deals, music sales, show bookings, and music collaborations. He earns a lot of money when he’s featured by other artistes, and he’s been featured by several artistes in Nigeria.