D'Prince Net Worth: $4.7 Million Dollars

D'Prince net worth

D'Prince is a Nigerian pop songwriter and singer with an estimated net worth of $4.7 Million dollars. He has signed a two-time multimillion naira endorsement deal with one of the biggest telecom network operators in Nigeria, MTN.

D'Prince has several songs, he earns from his music sales, collaborations and endorsement deals. Not being the least in his record label, be has generated roughly over N200 million from his music.

D'Prince was birthed as Charles Enebeli on the 23rd of October, 1989. His father, Collins Enebeli is a businessperson and manager at a music production firm.

His Dad founded Sigitarious Productions, a record label which actually produces music and video studio records. His mother, Patience Enebeli is a world class businesswoman.

D'Prince is the younger brother to Don Jazzy, one of Africa's richest celebrities and CEO at Mavin Records; a leading music record label in Nigerians, and Africa. He is fondly called "Omoba", which translates to "Child of a King".

D'Prince is known widely for several singles, a lot of which include "Nonso" fearuring Reekado Banks, "Oga Titus" ft. Don Jazzy, "Ojoro cancel" ft. Wizkid, "Gentleman" ft. Davido and Don Jazzy, "Birthday", "Take banana", "Real G" ft. M.I, "Frenzy", "Amarachi", "Omoba", "I Like What I See" ft. Wande Coal, and "Ooze" where he featured Wande Coal and D’Banj.

In 2010, D'Prince was nominated in the "Most Promising Act" and "Most Promising Act to Watch" categories at the Nigeria Entertainment Awards. In the same year, 2010, he got nominated in the "Best Pop Single" and "Next Rated" categories at The Headies.

He was nominated again the following year, 2011, at The Headies in the "Song of the Year" category. In 2013, D'Prince was nominated for "Best Pop Single" at The Headies, making him a top Headies nominee in 3 years.

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