D’Prince hints a new project, releases three new singles featuring Don Jazzy and Wizkid

He's making new moves and we're here for it

D’Prince hasn’t actually been away. He’s just been occasionally dropping by with a new single every now and then like your uber-chill uncle, that brings fun times but never sticks around for long or hint a possible return date. Though many will be quick to accord the singer absent from the mainstream, he released “Show Me” with Small Doctor last year. Before that, he released “Nonso” with Reekado Banks, “Bestie” with Don Jazzy and Baby Fresh, in 2014 he had “Ojoro Cancel” with Wizkid and it goes on. This time around the Mavin singer debuts with three new singles, “Mofe”, “So Nice”, and “Guys”.


“Guys” is immediately sold as a squad anthem with D’Prince reminding us he’s been working hard and looking to a party with his guys. “Guys” features Don Jazzy who doubles as the producer behind the track too.

On “Mofe”, D’prince chants about all the things he would want (‘Mo fe’) to do  with his money, “Jeje laiye, mofe lo jaiye bi aanu”. “Mofe” is also a highlife track, though it slinks slightly towards Afrojuju.

“So Nice” , the third track released with the collection features Wizkid, bringing Wizzy’s familiar musings about The woman’s perfect body for a central.

All three newly released tracks are debuted with the same cover art, insinuating subtly an upcoming body of work.

From the Mavin abode which he hails from to his long time affiliation with Wizkid, D’prince has always had people that got his back. So it’s unsurprising that whenever he decides to bench on whatever it is seriously, he’ll have things in place.

Check out D’prince’s “Mofe”“So Nice”, and “Guys”  below.

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