Mighty Duncan Wene Duncan Mighty, a Nigerian musician, singer, and music producer from Obio-Akpor in Rivers State, was born on October 28, 1983.
Though he has a wide range of musical styles, his music is highly influenced by the sounds and culture of his people, as most of his songs are sung in his native Ikwerre tongue.
In 2008, Wene Mighty released Koliwater, his first full-length album, which was a commercial success. Popular songs including “Ijeoma,” “Scatter My Dada,” and “Ako Na Uche” appeared on the 22-track album, which caught the attention of many music fans around the country.
Ahamefuna (Legacy), his second studio album, was released in 2010 with fewer tracks (15) than its predecessor. The CD was also a hit with fans and music connoisseurs.
Songs like “Obianuju” and “Port Harcourt Son” helped him get international recognition and a large fan base. In 2011, he was nominated for three NEA Awards and won the “Indigenous Artist of the Year” award.
Wene Mighty released Footprints in September 2012, an 18-track album featuring Timaya, Shaggy, Otuu Sax, Sandaz Black, and Wande Coal. The United Nations has recognized him as a peace ambassador.
Duncan Wene Mighty began as an instrumentalist as a child, playing drums in church and directing the choir. His passion for music intensified over time, and he eventually enrolled in a school to study audio engineering.
He worked as a sound instructor for Benson and Hedges during his Youth Service. While working on IT at Muson Centre in Lagos, he also worked at Dolphin Studios.
Wene Mighty felt confident in his singing ability at the time, however his major focus was on music production. Later, he began recording and gradually combined the two skills. Check out Dancan Mighty’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!