Dr Dolor Entertainment Debuts, Unveils Budding Act, Ryan

Nigerian entrepreneur and ardent music lover with a strong passion for entertainment, Dr Dolor, has launched a new record label promising to unveil new talents fill the airwaves with great music and entertainment.

Speaking on his new venture, Dr Dolor Entertainment boss, Dr Dolor, explained that his passion for good music coupled with the pain of seeing many talented music artistes struggle to realize their potentials in the Nigerian entertainment industry motivated the debut of the label.

As a front-line music lover, A& R and critic, Dr Dolor has noticed the potentials of untapped, unreleased huge pool of talent that exists among the Nigerian youth and wants to help create an avenue for more of them to flourish and become music super stars.

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Dr Dolor Entertainment Worldwide (DDE Worldwide) is presently on the lookout for young talents to bring on-board and will make her debut on the Nigerian music scene with her first music act called Ryan.

This artiste exemplifies the true essence of the lively, vivid and appealing music, which Dr Dolor Entertainment represents.

Aisosa Ryan Omo-Okhuasuyi, born March 15, 1998, is known professionally as Ryan and is a fast-raising Nigerian recording artiste, singer, rapper and song writer

Ryan is the last child of Rev.  Victor Okhuasuyi and Pastor (Mrs) Stella Okhuasuyi with 5 siblings. He was born in Edo state, schooled in Paragon Comprehensive College where he progressed to pursue a degree in a higher institution.

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Currently a student of Electrical Engineering at University of Benin, he is pursuing his dream of becoming a musician and world class entertainer.

During Aisosa’s adolescent days, he would listen and sang along to acts such as Jay-Z, 2Pac and Michael Jackson. His venture into the hip hop world started with the sampling of musical works from musical legends Jay-Z, Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West.

Earlier in 2010, he would engage in rap battles with friends and competitors. Due to his strict Christian upbringing, he decided to quit hip hop but the flame was rekindled when  he produced his first studio recording.

Ryan’s music career started when he entered the University of Benin in 2015, still finding his way in an industry dominated by the likes of MI Abaga of Chocolate City, Yung 6ix, Phyno.

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He quickly commenced the production of mixtapes and singles before his recent signing to DDE (Dr Dolor Entertainment).  He has recorded seven yet to be released singles and currently working on more. His first single is due to drop on all music platforms on January 3, 2017.

Meanwhile here is a feel of the fire he got coming your way from one of his unofficial singles (LINK: www.bit.ly/2hBlIeN)

Despite the huge popularity of Nigerian music on the African continent, Dr Dolor believes that our music could be more dominant not just on the African continent but on a global stage.

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