Charles Enebeli, commonly known by his artistic name D'Prince, is an Afro-pop singer and songwriter from Nigeria. The star has been making waves in the music industry. He performs his songs in English, Igbo, Pidgin English, and Yoruba.
The singer uses a combination of Afro-pop and Afrobeat to bring his music to life. Most of his songs are based on his life. He documents the struggles undergone by a young Nigerian trying to achieve his dreams.
D'Prince profile summary
- Full name: Charles Enebeli
- Date of birth: 23rd October 1986
- Origin: Umuahia, Abia State, Nigeria
- Age: 34 years (as of 2020)
- Nationality: Nigerian
- Ethnicity: Black
- Profession: Singer, songwriter, performer
- Net worth: $4.7 million
Early life and family
D'Prince was born on 23rd October 1986. His parents are Collins Enebeli and Patience Enebeli. His father is a legendary business person, music producer and the founder of Sagitarious Productions. His mother is an international business tycoon.
The songwriter has an elder brother who goes by the name Michael Collins Ajereh, or better known by his stage name, Don Jazzy. Don Jazzy is a Nigerian billionaire musician, record producer, singer, songwriter, and the CEO of Mavin Records.
After completing his primary school education, D'Prince joined King's College in Lagos, where he obtained his West African Senior Certificate. Once he completed his high school education, he opted to follow his passion for music.
D'Prince music career began in 2005 after joining Mo' Hits Records after Don Jazzy came back from the UK to promote the record label. He worked on his album known as Frenzy. It was released in 2012 under Mo' Hits. In the years that followed, he released more albums and singles as well.
D'Banj's disassociation from Mo' Hits Records prompted Don Jazzy to change its name to Mavin Records. D'Prince then shifted from Mo' Hits Records to Mavin Records in 2012 and released his first studio album known as Solar Pelux. Some of the songs in this album are Amarachi and Take Banana.
- 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 Nonu
- 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
- 2012 - Frenzy (Deluxe Edition)
- 2020 - Focused (EP)
Charles Enebeli has been nominated for several awards which include:
- 2010 - Nigeria Entertainment Awards for the Most Promising Act to Watch
- 2010 - The Headies Awards for the Next Rated Artiste
- 2011 - The Headies Awards for Best Pop Single and Song of the Year categories.
- 2013 - The Headies Awards for the Best Pop Single
D'Prince wife and kids
The songwriter was previously in a long-term relationship with Fotso until 2011. However, he is currently associated with a graduate from Coventry University known as Sharon Oparacho. The two have a child together, who was born in 2015.
The star makes a good sum of money from his career. D'Prince net worth is estimated to be around $4.7 million as of 2020.
D'Prince is one of the most influential musicians in Nigeria. His raw energy and magnetism have set him ahead of other artists. Without a doubt, he has brought a positive change in the Nigerian music industry.
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