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D’Prince, born Charles Enebeli in the city of Lagos to Mr. Collins Enebeli, a business man cum musical production manager and Mrs. Patience Enebeli, an international business tycoon. Music has always been in his family, so he is no stranger to the music business. D’Prince is the last child from a family of four children in which Don Jazzy is the 1st. He hails from Delta State.
He attended Kings College Lagos for his secondary level education, then Archbishop Michael Ramsey College & SouthBank University U.k before deciding to follow his passion, “music”. His senior brother, Michael Collins popularly known as DON JAZZY relocated back to Nigeria to set up a musical label. Few artistes alongside D’Prince were signed to the label and that was the beginning of his golden career.
While under Mo’Hits records, D’Prince released couple of hit songs such as “Give It To Me”, “Omoba”, “Ooze” & few other great well applauded singles including great deliveries on the widely sold-out Mo’Hits’ “CV” album.
The hits came coming as he moved in with MAVIN Records, released his debut album “Frenzy” in 2012 and continued churning out more hits such as “Take Bananna”, “GoodyBag” “Gentle Man”, “Ife”, “Ojoro Cancel” and few other songs.
His hit single “OYO” which means “On Your Own” produced by Don Jazzy was a smash hit and was dubbed the biggest motivational single of “2014” and with a follow up playful and dancable tune, “Oga Titus” Omoba as he is fondly called, is set to continue his outstanding run in the music industry.