“Music is not for everybody” – music executive, Dr. Dolor advises upcoming artistes

The CEO and founder, Dr. Dolor Entertainment, Osadolor Nate Asemota, popularly known as Dr. Dolor, has taken time to advise upcoming artistes in the Nigerian music industry.

The talents manager who took to his official Instagram page on Wednesday, April 22, 2020, said the rate at which  so called upcoming artistes disturb him to sign them to his record label, Dr. Dolor Entertainment, is becoming alarming and worrisome.

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It is on this note that the Edo state born entertainment mogul decided to spare time to dish out hot pieces of advice to the upcoming artistes.

According to him, music is not for everybody, some are good as producers and beat makers, others can dance, draw and write amazing movie scripts.

Writing further, he went ahead to use himself as an example. He said he has passion for music but doesn’t have the voice hence, he had to stick to the business part of it and left singing and rapping to those who have the God-given talent.

“Please read this again and share it so others can see it! I posted this December 2019. Sign me sign me sign me make una take am easy” he captioned his post.

Valid Updates endorses this professional advice because Dr. Dolor is a big name in the music talents management biz in Nigeria.

If you listen to singer, Teni’s songs, then you should be familiar with the signature tone, “Dr. Dolor Entertainment” that plays at the beginning and ending parts of her songs.

See Instagram post shared by Dr. Dolor below:

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