Heâ€™s not well known on the home scene. As a matter of fact Duncan Daniels, born Duncan O. Onyemuwa Jnr in Boston, Massachusetts, has spent more than half of his life in Europe but now heâ€™s ready to bring home his lessons.
In February, 2010, his 18-track sophomore album will hit the streets. Its titled â€˜Sho Stoppahâ€™. Already three singles off the album have been released internationally.
The tracks are, â€˜Like Thisâ€™, which features M.I, â€˜Sho Stoppahâ€™ and â€˜Iâ€™ve found Youâ€™.Â Perhaps recognising the importance of local acceptance, Duncan teamed up with Naijaâ€™s formidable rap miracle, M.I, to record â€˜Like Itâ€™, and the music video is blazing hot on local and international music channels and programmes right now.
The twenty-six year old music graduate from the Berkeley College of Music, Boston, started music production at the age of fifteen and has worked with the likes of Rolla Dice records, Grafton Records and presently, Dunkish Records.
His first album was released in 2006 and titled â€˜I Don Tayaâ€™. His sophomore boasts of collaborations with artistes from motherland Nigeria, the United States, UK and Togo.
According to the artiste, some of the tracks expected on the coming album include: â€˜Stolen Identityâ€™, â€˜I wanna Knowâ€™, â€˜Telling me liesâ€™, â€˜Cheaterâ€™, â€˜Take it Offâ€™ and the already released three singles.
â€˜The album contains 19 songs (including an intro) that cut across a lot of genres such as Reggae, Hip Hop, R N B, Pop and Rockâ€™, he said.