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D’Prince Unleashed! Omoba of Mavin Records dishes on being ‘the Prince’, his Upcoming Album & Life inside Exquisite Magazine’s Music Issue



A cool, calm, collected and may we add dapper D’Prince covers Exquisite Magazine‘s 2012 Music Issue.

The Mavin Records artiste who thrust into limelight in 2009 with his hit single Omoba, speaks exclusively to the magazine on being the Prince of Mavin and his anticipated soon to be released album. Inside the pages of the magazine, D’Prince is living the life, striking poses with sleeks rides in dapper outfits that we don’t normally see him in. What’s your take on the shoot , ladies?

Exquisite Magazine’s publisher Tewa Onasanya also gives us all the info we need to know about the music issue. Also making the pages of the magazine are interviews with ex-Miss Nigeria beauty queen Ene Lawani and Toke Makinwa as well as an article on the rise of  the fashion blogger and 25 Rules for the alpha male.

Reigning as a beauty queen for a year is what most ladies dream of but reigning for 6 years is something that can happen only once in a lifetime – that’s the lucky story of ex-Miss Nigerian queen and headpiece designer Ene Lawani. In Exquisite Magazine’s Fashion Insider section, they spotlight the woman that made history in the Nigerian beauty world. Speaking on her long term reign as Miss Nigeria, Ene told Exquisite that “I reigned for 6 years despite the original plan being only for one year but due to some issues in the office, my term was exteneded. It was good for a couple of years, but it did set me back a little with some things like school for example, at some point though, I just started living my life like an average young woman”

On what led her into designing headpieces, Ene who said she was a naive and disillusioned 19 year old girl when she won the coveted title of Miss Nigeria told Funmi St. Matthew Daniel that ” I have always liked wearing things on my head from when I was a child! Also, I went to a missionary school where we used to have to cover our heads. Then becoming Miss Nigeria required that I would wear a lot of traditional outfits, and I always tied head ties differently  for each appearance”.

26 year old on-air-personality Toke Makinwa speaks in an exclusive 10 Minutes of Style interview with Exquisite Magazine’s Funmi St. Matthew Daniel at the Wheatbeaker Hotel, Ikoyi, Lagos on her never ending sense of style . The gorgeous on air and red carpet sensation, who moved to London shortly after studying English Language at the University of Lagos, also spoke on her love for princesses.

This issue is currently available, be sure to ask your vendor for a copy!

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