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Duncan Mighty - Ako Na Uche

I'm sure everyone knows Duncan Mighty. He's based in Port Harcourt, but he also reps Coal City (Enugu). At the moment, "Dance for me" is doing rounds in parties all over the country. "Ijeoma" could also be called a hit. This is a more mellow joint off his 2008 album "Fully Loaded."

I believe the hook means "wisdom and understanding comes from the almighty." That's a good message to take into the new week. Happy Sunday, folks!

*O.O*

Duncanmighty

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Nkiru-Beauty
Nkiru-Beauty
11 years ago

Beautiful song! Thanx 4 posting, notjustok. This made my day... like... seriously! More of this please...

bsb
bsb
11 years ago

Yeah I like d Ko Gbadun song. Nice nice

bsb
bsb
11 years ago

All these songs are beginnin to sound alike. Usin Timaya slangs.
Anyways I like wat d song is portraying.

PH City Live
PH City Live
11 years ago

This is a Big track... and it puts Ikwerre music on the Map. Akonuche simply means "Wisdom"
Duncan mighty, Keeno and Timaya dey carry PH music higher and higher... jm

chizi
chizi
10 years ago

This track is sweet...As a typical Ikwerre son, he is advising that wisdom is better than anything in this life. Wenne your brothers and sister in the US are proud of you. Keep making Ikwerre proud.

Rapheal Ganger-man O
9 years ago

i feel ya broda

carlito
8 years ago

#Just thinking.... Tile Tile Tile....read like Kelly Handsome's voice

Godswill
7 years ago

Nice one. I love this site