As a medical doctor taking care of coronavirus patients and observing patients, nurses, and fellow doctors losing their lives to the dreadful disease, Sevo was inspired and despite being busy spending sleepless nights in the hospital, he still managed to squeeze some time to make the song titled “Dreadful”, which describes his experiences with coronavirus.
Sevo said he has never seen anything as dreadful as coronavirus; his colleagues contract the disease from their patients and sometimes instead die before the patients.
Sevo said it is possible he can also become a victim of coronavirus just like his fellow colleagues.
Sevo also recently released a danceable song titled “irresistible” which describes how the female body is designed to be irresistibly attractive to men.
The purpose of the song is to have people dancing to stay active during the quarantine period in order to avoid the consequences of inactivity (blood cuts, heart peoples, obesity, etc) during quarantine.
Sevo Nchifor (aka Azonto Doctor) is a Cameroonian born singer based in Cleveland, Ohio USA.
Sevo is a Medical Doctor by profession but has a great passion for music.
Sevo prescribes both music and medications to all his patients and this combination has always worked superbly.
His Magic formula is:
Music + Medicine = Best Health.
Sevo completed primary, secondary, and high school in Cameroon before relocating to USA in 2009.
He attended University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota where he obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics after 4 years.
Sevo then immediately enrolled into medical school at Oakland University William Beaumont (OUWB) School of Medicine in Michigan, where he obtained a Degree in Medicine (MD) after 4 years.
Sevo is currently specializing at University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center (UH CMC) in Cleveland Ohio.
Sevo’s Dad was a guitarist and choirmaster and used to bring Sevo with him to teach choir in neighboring villages.
His dad was the person who introduced a brand of local music called ‘bottle dance to his village”.
He was the main guitarist of the bottle dance before he passed away in 2004. Before he passed away he gave Sevo his guitar and also asked Sevo to promise him that he will grow up to become a medical doctor and a singer, which Sevo ultimately did.
Sevo has kept to his father’s wishes and has become someone who doesn’t make promises that he cannot fulfill.