Duncan Mighty: Biography, Parents, Siblings, Children, Wife, Net Worth, Cars, House & Accident
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Duncan Mighty Basic Information
|Stage Name:||Duncan Mighty|
|Real Name:||Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu|
|Occupation:||Musician, Singer, Music Producer, and Businessman|
|Date Of Birth/Age:||28 October 1983 (39) Years Old|
|Place of Birth:||Obi-Akpo Port Harcourt, Rivers state|
|Net Worth:||$1-5 million|
Duncan Mighty Biography
Duncan Wene Mighty Okechukwu, also referred to as Duncan Mighty, was born as the sole child of Mr. and Mrs. Okechukwu on 28th October 1983, in Obio Akpor, Rivers. He completed his primary and secondary studies at the Federal Government College Port Harcourt. He then went to the University of Port Harcourt to pursue a degree in civil engineering. He continues to work as an engineer for his construction company whenever he is not composing music.
Duncan Mighty was the choir director and a voice coach when he was a small lad, and he played an instrument in the church, usually the drums.
Because of his passion for music, Duncan traveled to Basel University in Switzerland to study audio engineering. After graduating, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) assigned him to Benson and Hedges, Lagos, Nigeria, where he worked as a sound instructor. Previously, he had a job at Dolphin Studios in the Muson Center in Lagos as a sound engineer.
He didn’t leave Lagos after his year of service. He stayed behind instead to work with good production companies in Lagos and learn and perfect real-world recording and sound production techniques. Six years after starting to gain the information he needed, Duncan finally left Lagos in 2006.
He left for Port Harcourt from Lagos. He then became a sound engineer at 360 Records and D Large Records. He later joined forces with famous jeweler Chris Aire to form AireMighty Records in 2006.
Duncan Mighty’s family information isn’t readily available, and speculations have it that he’s an only child even though reports in the news have it that he has an elder sister.
Before his marriage crashed, his family consisted of three children and his wife.
His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Okechukwu.
Mr. OKechukwu died in 2007.
Duncan mighty got married to his estranged wife, Vivian Nwakama, in 2015, and she only came into the limelight following her marriage’s controversies with Wene Mighty.
Before their divorce, Duncan Mighty and his ex-wife had three kids together: Two boys and a girl. In 2016, one year after his marriage, he had his first child. In 2017, he had a daughter named Mitchell, whose paternity he denied having, and in 2019, he gave birth to his last child, Reign.
Upon the passing of his father in 2007, Duncan Mighty decided to release his debut album. So, in 2008, he released Koliwater, his debut studio album. Ijeoma, Scatter My Dada, Dance For Me, and Ako Na Uche are only a few of the twenty-two tracks on the Playlist album.
Due to the popularity of his debut album, he began developing Ahamefuna (Legacy), his follow-up, practically right away. In the second quarter of 2010, he eventually released the album. Duncan Mighty recorded the album alone without any featured artists or guests.
In September 2012, Wene released another album titled Footprints. He included Timaya, Shaggy, Otuu Sax, Sandaz Black, and Wande Coal in this album. In 2014, he once more released an album under the official title Grace and Talent, in which he collaborated with artists such as Phyno, Young Stunna, Tick Lips, J Flex, and others.
Under the banner of his record company, Young Wealth Records, he made this album. It is common knowledge that most musicians have a style that distinguishes their tunes. Duncan Mighty’s songs blend English and his native Ikwerre language, which is no exception.
Duncan Mighty represents peace as the Niger Delta Youth Ambassador and a United Nations Peace Ambassador. He is an accomplished pianist whose musical adventures have led him to practically every continent.
Duncan Mighty has been recognized and awarded for his incredible talent. He was recognized at the 4th annual Odudu Music Awards. He got nominated and won the Artiste of the Year award at The Headies in 2011. In addition, he became the Nigeria Entertainment Awards nominee for Best Album of the Year in 2011. Other awards and nominations include Hottest Single of the Year nominee at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards(2011), Indigenous Artist of the Year at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards in 2011, Nominated for the African Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards of 2012, Nominee at the City People Music Award for South-South Musician of the Year in 2017, Winner of City People Music Award for South-South Musician of the Year 2018, and the Nigerian Entertainment Award for Trailblazer for 2018.
He has had chart-topping collaborations with davido, wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Perruzzi, and many other amazing Nigerian acts. He was most recently featured in M.I.’s new album “The Guy.”
According to various sources, The net worth of Duncan Mighty is between the range of $1-5 million. He leases out large machinery and runs a successful construction business in addition to owning JamBase Tv, a cable television station. His net worth is therefore anticipated to be substantial.
House and Cars
He lives in a two-story mansion in Port Harcourt and has a garage full of expensive vehicles. These vehicles include a Ford Explorer, a Rolls-Royce Phantom, a Mercedes-Benz E-Class Convertible, and a Porsche Cayman.
He was previously signed under the partnership record AireMighty Records. The “Port Harcourt First Son” and well-known jeweler Chris Aire split up after two years of working together in business. He is the Founder of Young Wealth Records. He has Artists such as Obidiz signed under his label.
Duncan Mighty avoided death when the vehicle he was riding in crashed into a river. According to the artist, the sad incident occurred on 2nd January 2022 when he was traveling to Uyo, the administrative center of Akwa Ibom State. The musician detailed the incident on his Instagram page.
“2nd January, on our way to Uyo, our vehicle drove straight into the river after a trailer on a high-speed brake failed. That was the last thing I can remember. Next is seeing myself in a hospital. God-made is not man-made. To our rescuers, Akwa Ibom / Ogoni youths, God bless you more and more. I’ve been discharged and sound.” He wrote.