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D’Prince’s Jonzing World announces first female artist

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  • D’Prince-founded music label Jonzing World has announced the signing of its first female artist, Bagetti.
  • The record label recently introduced the singer through an Instagram post featuring captivating snapshots of Bagetti and D’Prince.
  • Jonzing World outlines its vision for its first lady, aiming to inspire, uplift, promote harmony and diversity, and use music as a universal language for lasting impact.

D’Prince’s music label, Jonzing World, has announced the signing of its first female artist, Bagetti.

On Monday, the record label revealed the vocalist with a compelling Instagram post including stunning photos of Bagetti and D’Prince.

Jonzing World stated that its “first lady’s vision is clear; to inspire and uplift, promote harmony and diversity, and use the universal language of music to make a lasting impact”.

D’Prince fuelled interest by uploading a compelling video of Bagetti, which included a teaser of her first song playing in the background.

He wrote;

“Jonzing World is pleased to announce the addition of our first female artist @bagettiofficial to the family. We are very proud of the of the growth and the unwavering support from you all,” the statement reads.

“And now with a fresher new perspective and a bolder outlook, Jonzing World is all set to introduce its first lady.

“Bagetti’s vision for the future is clear; to inspire and uplift, promote harmony and diversity, and to use the universal language of music to make a lasting impact.

“Her journey has just begun and her inspiring melodies will continue to resonate and inspire change worldwide. So get ready to experience a whole new level with the latest industry revelation, as many more exciting events will unfold.”

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This comes just a few weeks after Ruger released a statement on his social media page regarding his former record label, Jonzing World.

The Bounce crooner had made a stunning announcement: he was no longer signed to the record label and had formed his own label.

Ruger admitted that leaving his former boss, D’Prince, and his former record label left a bad taste in his mouth, but it was time for him to move on.

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