D’Prince is the quintessential Nigerian pop star. Born Charles Enebeli, the singer and head of his own imprint, Jonzing World, has come to define longevity and the ability to stay in touch with the times.
D’Prince first began to make music shortly after secondary school, in a household that also included his older brother, Mavin CEO, Don Jazzy. Most fans first heard him of the classic Mo’ Hits compilation album, “Curriculum Vitae” where he appeared on such tracks as “Booty Call”.
D’Prince’s rare mix of hip-hop’s sub-genres, Fela Kuti’s afrobeat and Bob Marley’s reggae have merged into a distinct sound that has produced smash hits - “Who Am I”, “Take Banana”, “Ooze” and “Jonzing World” - and garnered a base of loyal fans who have stuck with “Omoba”, his Yoruba moniker which translates to “Son Of A King”.
In 2012, D’Prince dropped his debut album, “Frenzy” on the newly-unveiled Mavin Records.
Omoba continued to up the ante with high-octane pop singles - “On Your Own (OYO)” and “Gentleman”
This year, D’Prince took on the role of talent scout and label exec, unearthing and unveiling the mercurial talent now known to the world as Rema through his Mavin imprint, Jonzing World.
The pop singer’s not stepped back from the booth either. In 2019, he released “La Vida”, a hyper-melodic pop single that featured Rema, and climbed charts across the country.
D’Prince is currently building Jonzing World as he records new music for a 2020 release.
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