The real name of D’PRINCE is Charles Enebeli. He is a Nigerian Afropop singer. He is the younger of a popular hip-hop singer and CEO of Mavins Record, Don Jazzy. He established the music industry Jonzing World in 2019 and serves as its CEO.
Early Life & Education
D’Prince was born on the 23rd of October, 1986, in Lagos State, to the family of Mr. Collins Enebeli, a businessman, musical production manager, and owner of the record label Sagittarius Productions, and Mrs. Patience Enebeli, an international business mogul, and Collins Enebeli. D’Prince attended his primary school education in Lagos. He went further to King’s College, Lagos, for his secondary school education.
D’Prince was born into a family that so much love music. His father is a music producer, while his brother is a singer and producer. He started his music career when he was still young. He sees Fela Anikulapo and Bob Marley as his mentor in the music industry, thereby taking his music inspiration from Afropop and Afrobeat. D’Prince sings songs using English, Igbo, and Pidgin English.
In 2005, D’Prince joined his elder brother Don Jazzy in Mo’ Hits Records. He started working on his album on his debut album behind the scenes while in Mo’ Hits Record. In 2012, he released his debut personal album titled ‘Frenzy’ under the record label.
D’Prince has contributed a number of tracks to Mo’ Hits Records, as well as the compilation album Curriculum Vitae, which was made available in December 2007. Top Hits from the album included “Booty Call,” “Close To You,” “Masquerade,” “Stop The Violence,” “Igbe Mi,” “Hey Girl,” “What You Want To Do To Me,” and the lead single, “Oh No.” D’Prince’s single, “Omoba,” was released on November 25th, 2009, and it was reintroduced in 2010. Through Mo’ Hits Records, the official video for the song “Omoba” was released on April 13, 2010.
Following the closure of Mo’ Hits Records in 2012, D’Prince switched to Mavin Records. He released three songs from his debut studio album Frenzy on October 31, 2012: “Goody Bag,” “Call The Police,” and “Real G,” which featured M.I. Abaga. He released Frenzy, his “first” studio album, on November 5, 2012. Wande Coal, Don Jazzy, Dr. SID, Wizkid, Timaya, M.I. Abaga, Tiwa Savage, Bracket, Sinzu, Eva Alordiah, General Pype, and Ice Prince are among the artists who appear on the album.
Mavin’s first compilation album, Solar Plexus, which includes D’Prince among others, was released on May 8th, 2012. On the album, which was a big success, he sole recorded the songs “Take Banana” and “Amarachi.” He released “OYO (On Your Own)” in 2014 as a wake-up call to the country to stand up for itself. Don Jazzy was the record producer. Clarence Peters shot the video for O.Y.O in Lagos, and it was made public on November 30.
He released the song Bestie on August 3, 2015, with contributions from Don Jazzy and Babyfresh, who also served as the song’s primary producers. He released Sade on October 2, 2017, which was produced by Babyfresh. On the same day, he unveiled the Sade music video.
He dropped Gucci Gang on February 16, 2018. Rema posted a popular freestyle by Gucci Gang on Instagram on February 28, 2018, naming Prince and Don Jazzy in the post. This drew Prince’s notice and led to Rema signing a record deal with Jonzing World. His three-track extended play, Lavida, which was produced by Altims and Babyfresh, was released on May 3, 2019. Rema and Don Jazzy are also included in the extended play.
He launched Jonzing World, a record label and management firm, on March 22, 2019. Home to music artists Ruger and Rema under the Mavin Records banner. Ruger, D’Prince, and Rema all appeared in Jonzing World’s One Shirt, which was released on January 21, 2021. On the same day, Priorgold Pictures and Jonzing World published the music video for One Shirt.
The name of D’Prince’s wife is Sharon Oparacho. She is a graduate of Coventry University in the United Kingdom. The couple is blessed with two children.
- 2019 Lavida (EP)
- 2012 Frenzy
- Africa Zoomba
- Bad Girls
- Because of Love
- Before Nko
- Black Sinatra
- By Myself
- Call Police
- Carry It Up
- Corduroy Thoughts
- Get Some
- Goody Bag
- Gucci Gang
- I Like What I See
- Jonzing World
- Looku Looku
- Molowo Noni
- My Place
- My World Critic
- Oga Titus
- Ojoro Cancel
- Oluwa Soda
- OYO (On Your Own World)
- Painting the Town
- Real G
- So Nice
- Take Banana
- True Love
- United We Stand
- Wad Up
Awards & Nominations
|2013||The Headies||Best Pop Single||Nominated|
|2013||The Headies||Song of the Year||Nominated|
|2011||The Headies||Best Pop Single||Nominated|
|2010||Nigeria Entertainment Awards||Most Promising Act||Nominated|
|2010||Nigeria Entertainment Awards||Most Promising Act to Watch||Nominated|
|2010||The Headies||Next Rated||Nominated|
- D’Prince signed an ambassadorial deal with MTN Telecommunications company in 2011.
- He also signed another deal with MTN in 2013.
According to different sources online, D’Prince is one of the richest singers in the Nigerian music industry. He has an estimated net worth of $4 million.