Former Big Brother Naija (BBNaija) housemate, Prince Nelson, has unveiled his grand vision of establishing a record label, valuing it at over N120 million, surpassing the ‘All Stars’ edition grand prize. Speaking candidly on WAZOBIA FM recently, Prince disclosed that he had been working tirelessly on this project even before his stint on the ongoing ‘All Stars’ edition.
Prince’s dream of launching a record label has been a long-time aspiration, and he is committed to transforming it into reality. He expressed his belief that establishing the record label holds more significance to him than the BBNaija prize money. In his own words, he confidently stated, “If I succeed with the record label, I can potentially earn multiple times the N120 million prize.”
The multi-talented model and entrepreneur proudly announced that he has already signed two promising artists, his younger brother and another emerging singer. When asked about his motivation for creating the label, Prince explained that his passion for music since childhood, despite not being able to sing himself, played a significant role. He added, “My younger brother has a strong connection to music, and I felt that if I can’t sing, I should support those who can. That’s why I decided to establish the record label.”
Vanguard reported Prince had previously teased his followers about his new venture on Instagram following his eviction, hinting at the exciting developments ahead. He wrote, “I can’t wait to show the world what I’ve been up to with my new record label coming and my new artiste @valentiianoo.”
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