High Prince: Nigeria’s next music export

For many decades, entertainment, the music sector in particular, has played a pivotal role in laundering Nigeria’s dented image all over the world. Despite the country’s abysmal economic and political rating, some Nigerian musicians have succeeded in giving the West African country a good export value with their craft. This list of Nigeria’s music ambassadors has continued to grow with the addition of High Prince, a dynamic Afro-fusion musician. 

Born Prince David Eromosele, High Prince is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, music director, model and voiceover artist who has got the charisma, good looks and spontaneity to conquer the international music scene. 

He is a live band musician who flows effortlessly with gospel and contemporary music genres like highlife, hip-hop, jazz, blues and afro et al, and performs in all kinds of events.

High Prince is a native of Uromi, Edo State, Nigeria, but was born and raised in Warri, Delta State where he attended Classical International Primary and Secondary School before proceeding to Auchi Polytechnic for his Higher National Diploma (HND) in Electrical Electronics Engineering. 

According to High Prince, “I started music from the church after I learnt how to play the drums, piano and bass guitar. I joined the choir and groomed to be a soloist for years and later formed my own live band crew named The Royal Priesthood Entertainment Band and we started playing in all kinds of events.”

The band has performed in my high octane events and venues, including the Government House, Asaba, Royal Palace Hotel, Enugu, Air Force Lane, Portharcourt, and almost all states in Nigeria.

High Prince, who is ready to take over the world musically, is expected to hit the airwaves with new songs soon. 

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