Everyone in Nigeria knows such prominent musicians as Don Jazzy and D'Prince. Fans are always interested in the fact whether these singers have any family ties. In particular, are D'Prince and Don Jazzy brothers? Continue reading to get the full information.
For quite a long period, these two Nigerian musicians kept their possible family ties in top secret. However, fans has become so persistent recently, that singers just have to release the truth.
Therefore, it has become widely known that D'Prince is younger brother of Don Jazzy. It is really so! Thus, dear fans, be happy and invent another story for your detailed investigation.
According to Don Jazzy, it is a big mistake to think that they did their best to hold back the truth.
“Each of us is constantly concentrated on own music career. We did not even know that people had been interested in our family ties. It is actually so ridiculous, I should admit! Yes, we are brothers. Moreover, sometimes we join our forces for creating joint projects. We have great relationships despite our family ties.”
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D'Prince also added that if somebody is going to find out some information about him, his brother or his career moves in future, the better way to do it is just to ask personally.
“And we will immediately give you a precise answer to all the questions that have been torturing you for a long time.”
Don Jazzy is one of the most popular record producers, singers, and composers in Nigeria. He has been working as the CEO of “Mo' Hits Records”. Presently, the singer is the CEO in chief “Mavin Records”. In addition, Don Jazzy has also created produced singles for such famed musicians as Wande Coal, Dr SID, D'Prince, Emeka Infiniti, and Darey, Olakunle Excel et Zanga, Naeto C, Tiwa Savage, and Sauce Kid.
D'Prince is a well-known afro pop musicians and songwriters in Nigeria. Music has always been a priority in this family, as his father also was a producer. Therefore, D'Prince is not outlandish to music business. As a tribute to his mentors Bob Marley and Fela, D'Prince uses a fusion of Afro-pop and Afro-beat.
The result of such a mixture is amazing. His songs are grounded on personal life and real facts, with a deeper meaning that shows the fight of a young Nigerian man who is doing his best to accomplish his dreams. As a rule, he sings in Pidgin English and Igbo languages.
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