Charles Enebeli (born 23 October 1986), better known by his stage name D’Prince, is a Nigerian Afro-pop recording artist, performer, and entrepreneur. He is the founder and the CEO of Jonzing World, an entertainment company he founded in 2019.
Charles Enebeli was born on October 23, 1986, in Lagos, Nigeria. D’Prince was born to Collins Enebeli, a Businessman and a musical production manager and the founder of the record label Sagittarius Productions, and Patience Enebeli, an international Business tycoon. D’Prince is the younger brother of music mogul and CEO of Mavin Records, Don Jazzy. Music has always been in this family and he is not strange to the Music business. D’Prince is also known as “Omoba,” which means a “Child of a King” in the Yoruba language.
D’Prince attended King’s College, Lagos for his secondary level education and then decided to follow his passion for music.
As a tribute to his mentor Fela and Bob Marley, D’Prince uses a fusion of Afrobeat and Afropop to bring his music to life in honor of his mentors. His songs are based on fact & life, with a deeper meaning which documents the struggle of a young Nigerian trying to achieve his dreams. He performs in Igbo, English, and Pidgin English.
D’Prince’s net worth is estimated to be $49 -$91., according to the list of richest musicians in Africa & Net Worth 2021.