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Charles Enebeli popularly known as D’Prince, was born on 23 October 1986. D’Prince is a talented Nigerian Afropop singer.
Charles Enebeli popularly known as D’Prince, was born on 23 October 1986, he was born in Lagos State, Nigeria.
He was born to Collins Enebeli, a businessman and a musical production manager and founder of the record label Sagittarius Productions and Patience Enebeli, an international Business tycoon.
D’Prince is the younger brother of music mogul and CEO of Mavin Records, Don Jazzy.
D’Prince is also known as “Omoba ”, which means a “Child of a King ” in Yoruba language.
D’Prince attended King’s College in Lagos State, for his secondary level education and then decided to follow his passion in music.
D’Prince moved to Mavin Records after the dissolution of Mo’ Hits Records in 2012.
On 31 October 2012, he released three singles “Goody Bag”, “Call The Police”, and “Real G” featuring M.I Abaga off his debut studio album Frenzy.
On 5 November 2012, he released his “1st” studio album Frenzy. The album features Wande Coal, Don Jazzy, Dr SID, Wizkid, Timaya, M.I Abaga, Tiwa Savage, Bracket, Sinzu (fka Sauce Kid), Eva Alordiah, General Pype, and Ice Prince. The deluxe version was released on Truspot.
His studio album was exclusively produced by his brother Don Jazzy, with the likes of BabyFresh, Burssbrain (fka Altims), Aone Beats, Spellz and Joshbeatz.
On 8 May 2012, Mavin released its first compilation album Solar Plexus, featuring D’Prince, among others.
He recorded “Take Banana” and “Amarachi” solely on the album, which became a major hit.
In 2014, he released “OYO (On Your Own)”, a wake-up call to the nation to fight for themselves.
The record was produced by Don Jazzy, with a voiceover record from him, saying “Hey my men, now is not the time, it’s the time to sit back and think about your life”.
According to music critic Chinwe Okafor of YNaija, the record is probably the best thing he has done in a while.
Chinwe Okafor described the song as a modern-day Fela vibe, rating the song 3.5 out of 5, and passing the song with A for its effort, and acting skill.
In quote, “The video basically describes the lackadaisical beings in the country” she say’s.
On 30 November, the visual of O.Y.O was released and shot in Lagos by Clarence Peters.
On 3 August 2015, he released Bestie, featuring Don Jazzy, and Babyfresh, who also played a major role as producers of the song.
On 2 October 2017, he released Sade, produced by Babyfresh. Same day he released the music video of Sade, shot by Unlimited LA.
On 16 February 2018, he released Gucci Gang, produced by Don Jazzy. On 27 April 2018, he released the music video, directed by Director Q.
On 28 February 2018, Rema, posted a viral freestyle of Gucci Gang on Instagram, tagging him, and Don Jazzy on the post, which caught Prince attention, and secured Rema a record deal with Jonzing World.
On 3 May 2019, he released a three track extended play, titled Lavida, and produced by Altims, and Babyfresh. The extended play also features Rema, and Don Jazzy.
On 22 March 2019, he launched his record label, and management company Jonzing World.
An imprint of Mavin Records, and home to recording artists Rema, and Ruger. On 21 January 2021, Jonzing World released One Shirt, featuring Ruger, D’Prince, and Rema.
Same day, Jonzing World released the visual to One Shirt, shot by Priorgold Pictures.
In 2015, D’Prince had a child with Sharon Oparacho, a graduate of Coventry University, UK. In 2016 the couple welcomed their second child together.
- I Like What I See
- Jonzing World
- Call Police
- Real G
- Take Banana
- Oluwa Soda
- OYO (On Your Own World)
- Ojoro Cancel
- Oga Titus
- Gucci Gang
- Goody Bag
- Looku Looku
- Molowo Noni
- Wad Up
- So Nice
- My Place
- Before Nko
- Painting the Town
- True Love
- Bad Girls
- By Myself
- My World Critic
- Africa Zoomba
- Get Some
- Carry It Up
- Because of Love
- United We Stand
- Black Sinatra
- Corduroy Thoughts
- Frenzy (Deluxe Edition)
- Focused (EP)
D’Prince is a talented Nigerian Afropop singer. He has an estimated net worth of $5 millions.