Meet the brilliant Ghanaian doctor making waves in China as a model & musician

Meet the brilliant Ghanaian doctor making waves in China as a model & musician

- A Ghanaian doctor by name, Victor Asare, who left Ghana in 2014 to pursue medicine in China has now become a musician

- Victor Asare started his music career as a student at the Shenyang Medical College in China

- According to him, music has been his passion for long but he only got the push to start whilst in medical school & decided to add modelling

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Victor Asare, a young Ghanaian doctor in China has gone into music and has started making waves in the most populous nation in the world both as a musician and a model.

In an interview with Selorm Hellen, a rising Ghanaian Youtuber and sighted by, Victor narrated his journey to studying medicine in China as well as going into music.

According to the Ghanaian doctor, he left Ghana in 2013 to study medicine at the Shenyang Medical College in China and ventured into music whilst in school.

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See full interview below:

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Victor indicates that back in school in Ghana, he always assisted friends with music beats and other related aspects of the art but did not go into it himself.

However, whilst at the Shenyang Medical College in China, Victor assisted a friend with a stage performance which was so brilliant that people started pestering him to start his own music career.

Riding on the numerous pieces of advice, the Ghanaian medical doctor picked up the stage name Bill Legend and came up with0 his first song titled Asante Ni in 2014 followed by ‘'9, Mamacita, Hossana, Stronger and Taste.

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Alongside, Dr Victor Asare started modelling as well.

Also, a Ghanaian doctor identified as Dr Percy Akuetteh who is a surgery PhD student in China has released a rap music video in Chinese concerning the coronavirus otherwise known as COVID-19.

According to an interview conducted on the PhD student by, although studying medicine in school, Percy does music as a hobby.

It is indicated that the young doctor sings and raps in five different languages out of which one of them is Chinese, reportedly the most difficult language in the world.

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