D’prince just elevated the act of razzness in a polished royal punkness style.With this song, he just emerged as an unexpected dark horse taking over from the usual local razz street beat impersonators. He obviously appears to have gone the full circle from his days of the Omoba, good morning your Highness fame through the various genres that define his style from the Mohits era to the period of the post Mohits split leading to his Frenzy album as the flagship star of Mavin Records.
Like the message from his song , the journey of a thousand miles , he seem to have indeed coasted home with this unapologetic club banger ‘Worldwide’
Along the line, he had done songs in collaboration with tested hit makers that have earned him a very rich and enviable catalogue of hits ranging from Give it to me with D’banj, Wudup with Wizkid and painting the town red off frenzy album , Molowo Noni with wizkid, Ice Prince and Samklef, Because of love ft. Bracket, Ife ft. Tiwa Savage , Gentleman ft. Davido and Don Jazzy among other great songs.
For those who craved for more, he gave them Goody bag while for those who were living in fools paradise and greedily aspiring to be who they are not, he used Oga Titus to send them a message to avoid judge jazzy judgement of a hundred years sentence of which if you do not help yourself, he offered them you are on your own #OYO.
D’Prince has gone worldwide and for those arm chair critics and haters who do not appreciate what creative processes play out before you come out with a song, he has given them a staccato of street jargon that will keep them busy when they realise that attack is the best form of defence if they need to be reminded that hard working creative artistes need to be appreciated and applauded for their efforts and not the uncomplimentary and sometimes derogatory remarks from those who do not possibly know the difference between a microphone and a hammer.
If the feelers out there and the critical reception which this new single have received is anything to go by, D’prince may not have only gone worldwide but D’prince is here indeed and will continue to remain musically relevant in the Mavin effort of being a production powerhouse in Africa.
WORLDWIDE is produced by label Boss, DON JAZZY.