Afro-Cyborg singer, Mr Dutch welcomes baby boy

Nigerian Afro-Cyborg singer, songwriter and producer, Bright Ukpabi, popularly known as Mr. Dutch has welcomed a bouncing baby boy with his second baby mama, a South African chef and actress named Sunell Hughes.

The baby was born in Johannesburg, South Africa on November 2, 2020. The excited father announced the news in a chat with our reporter.

“My king has arrived,” he said gleefully. “I have already given him a name. He is to be known as King Lunar Kelechi Ukpabi. He is my first son and I am so happy God gave me my heir apparent.”

Baby King is Mr Dutch’s second child. His first child, a girl named Briathi Uchechi Ukpabi,was born on August 25, 2015 by his first baby mama, Athi Mgoqo, singer and actress, also a South African national. Mr Dutch is the owner of his own record label known as Dutch Dreams Records and the top dog of his own management called ‘Mr Dutch Empire’.

He began the year 2020 on a high note with a song dedicated to lovers on St. Valentine’s Day titled ‘Keys To My Heart’.

According to him, he will be releasing a remix of the ‘Keys To My Heart’ single on December 11, 2020.

“The remix project features Teni, Kidi from Ghana, Lava Lava from Tanzania and KLY from South Africa. It is prelude to my EP and album tagged ‘Keys to my Heart Afrique’ dropping early next year,” he said.

Mr Dutch is an accomplished singer with hits like ‘Antidote’, ‘Better Soup’ and ‘Eno Finish’ featuring Burna Boy and many others.

“The remix project features Teni, Kidi from Ghana, Lava Lava from Tanzania and KLY from South Africa. It is prelude to my EP and album tagged “Keys to my Heart Afrique” dropping early next year,” he said.

Mr Dutch is an accomplished singer with hits like ‘Antidote’, ‘Better Soup’ and ‘Eno Finish’ featuring Burna Boy and many others.

 

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