D’Prince, a.k.a. Charles Enebeli, is a well-known Nigerian Afro Pop singer, songwriter, recording artist, stage performer, and model. Don Jazzy has just signed him to Mavin Records. He was born on October 23, 1986, in Lagos, which is in the southwest of Nigeria. He is 31 years old right now.
His hometown is Umuahia, in the state of Abia, in the southeast of Nigeria. After completing his secondary schooling in 2005, he began a professional music career.
His mother is Patience Enebeli, an international business entrepreneur, and his father is Collins Enebeli, a businessman, a manager of musical productions, and the creator of the record label “Sagitarious Productions.” He is also the younger brother of Don Jazzy, the CEO of Mavin Records and a billionaire artist from Nigeria.
He comes from a family in the entertainment industry and is familiar with the industry. D’Prince is often referred to as “Omoba,” which is a Yoruba term that means “Child of a King.”
D’Prince honors his instructors by fusing Afrobeat and Afropop to create his music. His songs have a deeper message that depicts the struggle of a young Nigerian attempting to fulfill his aspirations and are based on facts and real life. He typically speaks English, Igbo, Yoruba, and Pidgin English while he performs.
D’Prince completed his basic education before enrolling in King’s College in Lagos, Nigeria, where he earned his West African Senior Certificate. He made the decision to pursue music as a career after completing his secondary studies.
After his older brother Don Jazzy returned from the UK to promote the record company he and D’Banj created in Nigeria in 2005, D’Prince was requested to join Mo’ Hits Records. He began working on his solo album, “Frenzy,” after joining Mo’ Hits Records in 2005. The album was eventually published in 2012 on the Mo’ Hit record label.
The popular tracks “Booty Call, Close To You, Masquerade, Stop the Violence, Igbe Mi, Hey Girl, What You Want to Do to Me and Oh No” with D’Prince were released in 2007 by Mo’ Hits Records.
D’Prince debuted his popular song “Omoba” on November 25th, 2009, and it was re-released in 2010. The official video for the song “Omoba” was released on April 13, 2010. Mo’ Hits Records is the record label.
D’Prince switched from Mo’ Hits Records to Mavin Records in 2012 after Don Jazzy altered the label’s name as a result of D’Banj’s separation from the record company. D’Prince released his debut studio album, “Solar Pelux,” in the same year as the success tracks “Take Banana” and “Amarachi.”
D’Prince and the multinational telecommunications company MTN inked a multimillion-naira endorsement agreement in 2011. He extended the million-naira contract he initially signed with MTN in 2013. D’Prince gave birth to a child in 2015 while dating Coventry University alumna Sharon Oparacho.
He received nominations in 2010 for Next Rated Artiste at the Headies Awards and Most Promising Act to Watch at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards. At the Headies Awards in 2011, he was up for Best Pop Single and Song of the Year. He was a 2013 Headies Awards nominee for Best Pop Single.
With a current estimated net worth of $4.7 million, D’Prince is one of Nigeria’s wealthiest and most well-known musicians.