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DJ Nani – Show Me Love Ft. Duncan Mighty

September 14, 2018 at 19:15
DJ Nani - Show Me Love Ft. Duncan Mighty

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Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu (conceived 28 October 1983),[2] basically known as Duncan Mighty, is a Nigerian artist, vocalist, and music maker from Obio-Akpor, Rivers State.[3] Though his melodic style shows an abnormal state of classification adaptability, it is likewise intensely impacted by the sounds and culture of his kin as the vast majority of his tunes are sung in his local Ikwerre vernacular of Igbo language.[4]

Wene Mighty discharged his introduction full-length collection Koliwater in 2008, which was a business achievement. The 22-track collection yielded famous melodies, for example, “Ijeoma”, “Disseminate My Dada”, “Ako Na Uche” and drew the consideration of numerous music sweethearts the nation over. His second studio collection, Ahamefuna (Legacy), was discharged in 2010 with a lesser number of 15 tracks than its forerunner. The collection was additionally exceptionally generally welcomed by fans and music aficionados.[4] Tracks like “Obianuju” and “Port Harcourt child” brought him worldwide distinction and gigantic fan following.[5] He got three assignments at the sixth Annual NEA Awards in 2011 and won the “Indigenous Artist of the Year”.[6]

In September 2012, Wene Mighty discharged Footprints, a 18-track collection with visitor appearances from Timaya, Shaggy, Otuu Sax, Sandaz Black and Wande Coal.[7] He has been respected by the UN as a peace represetative.

From his childhood, Duncan Wene Mighty started as an instrumentalist; he played drums in chapel and was the choir chief. His enthusiasm for music developed with time and in the end drove him to the school, where he contemplated Audio building. Amid his Youth Service, he filled in as a sound educator for Benson and Hedges. He additionally worked at Dolphin Studios while on IT at Muson Center in Lagos. Right now, Wene Mighty was sure about his singing potential, in spite of the fact that his primary spotlight was unequivocally on music creation. He would later start recording and in the long run consolidating the two aptitudes.

In 2006, he came back to Port Harcourt where he initially rendered his administrations to record organizations D Large Records and 360 Records, previously banding together with big name gem dealer Chris Aire to frame AireMighty Records. His dad Mr. Okechukwu passed on to the Afterlife in 2007. The next year, Wene Mighty discharged his first studio collection, Koliwater, which built up him as a homegrown hitmaker in the music industry.[3] The collection contains twenty two tunes including “Ijeoma”, “Disperse My Dada”, “Move For Me” and “Ako Na Uche”. After considerable accomplishment with the collection, Wene Mighty started take a shot at his next collection Ahamefuna (Legacy) and by second quarter 2010, it was discharged into the nearby record stores in Nigeria. This collection was created totally by Wene Mighty himself with no visitor appearances or included craftsmen. It was gone before by the lead single “I Don’t Give A Shot”.[4] Wene Mighty additionally trapped a main three selections for the 2011 NEA Awards and won in the class of the “Indigenous Artist of the Year”.[6] Footprints was discharged in September 2012. The collection highlights joint efforts with Timaya, Shaggy, Otuu Sax, Sandaz Black and Wande Coal.[7] Wene Mighty was respected nearby individual South craftsmen M-Trill, Timaya, Becky Enyioma and Sodi Cookey at the fourth yearly Odudu Music Awards.

In 2014, Wene Mighty discharged his fourth studio collection Grace and Talent through his own particular engraving Young Wealth Records. The collection included commitments from Phyno, Young Stunna, Tick Lips, J Flex and that’s just the beginning.

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