Charles Enebeli, better known by his stage name D’Prince, is a Nigerian Afro pop singer and composer who was born on October 23, 1989.

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D’Prince is the younger brother of Don Jazzy, the music billionaire and CEO of Mavin Records. He was born to Collins Enebeli, a businessman and a musical production manager who founded the record label Sagitarious Productions, and Patience Enebeli, an international business tycoon.

D’Prince is also known as Omoba, which is a Yoruba language that means “Child of a King.” Music has always been in this family, and he is no stranger to the music industry.

In honor of his teachers, Fela Kuti and Bob Marley, D’Prince uses a blend of Afrobeat and Afropop to bring his music to life. His songs are based on true events and have a deeper message that depicts the struggle of a young Nigerian attempting to attain his goals.

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He performs in Igbo, English, and Pidgin English, among other languages.

In 2005, D’PRINCE was requested to join Mo’ Hits Records after his older brother Don Jazzy returned from the United Kingdom to promote the company in Nigeria. Since joining Mo’ Hits Records in 2005, he has been working behind the scenes on his own album Frenzy, which was released in 2012 under the label. Check out D’Prince’s Songs, Videos and Albums below!