Akron rapper, Chey Dolla, just released a new single called “10,000 Hours” and it really has the city talking.
The video was produced by Floyd Ellis, as Chey Dolla featured several successful Akron business owners, who have all more than likely put in 10,000 hours to master their craft.
The song and video, 10,000 Hours, is very inspiring and motivational. If you think about it, by working full time (40 hours a week), you can get about 2,080 hours in a year. So if you work full time for about five years… you can master anything!
Chey Dolla just celebrated his 34th birthday, which marks him being in the rap game for 20 years, as he was only 14 years old when he came out with his first “real album” which was titled Doom’s Day in Crack City.
Chey Dolla also has his own record label called IGE (I’m Gone Eat).