After two years of business partnership, popular jeweller Chris Aire and Port Harcourt singer-producer Duncan Ikechukwu Wene Mighty have parted ways.
According to Aire, the partnership has done exactly what it set out to do and, as a result, he’s now withdrawing to focus on other businesses.
‘This split also gives Duncan Mighty the chance to focus on his home career and continue to develop the young musicians under his tutelage. He is very talented and I wish him all the best’.
According to a release made available to NET by Aire’s camp, Aire and Duncan Mighty signed a business agreement in May 2011, to further the career of the dance-hall act and to form the Niger Delta Music and Art Project (NDMAP).
The purpose of the NDMAP is to develop the careers of young up and coming artists from the Niger Delta, giving them opportunities to expand their career on a scale that may not have previously been afforded them.
In this two year period, Duncan Mighty was able to fully establish himself as an artiste outside the walls of Port Harcourt, recording and performing with international music superstar Shaggy and shutting down tops shows in and out of the country.
Don’t forget that controversial Rolls Royce Wene Mighty was pictured with and alleged to have bought…
No comments yet from the bestselling art though – he did not immediately reply messages sent to his phone, and efforts to speak with him were fruitless.