Bagetti, the latest signee to Jonzing World, record label owned by D’Prince, has dropped her debut single titled ‘Hard Girl’.


The singer was unveiled as the first female signee of the record label on Monday.

In a recent Instagram post, Bagetti announced the release of her first song.

In ‘Hard Girl’, she skillfully plays with the rhythm, and showcases her unique sound.


The song also explores the familiar theme of heartbreak. Instead of succumbing to sorrow, Bagetti flips the script, opting to drown her pain in alcohol.

“My eyes redder, Hennessy don enter, what is my name? What is my gender? Paramedic my way, now my heart don dey do gbo gbo gbo, dancing konko below, this one e enter, karma have you come for me,” she sings.

“Pour me whiskey two shots with tequila, loml say he don retire. Hard girl no crying up and down, drink up na we dey run this town.”


Aside from Bagetti, D’Prince earlier signed Gdzilla and Glorious Boy to the label.

Jonzing World was founded in 2019 by D’Prince — born Charles Enebeli — as an affiliate of Mavin Records.

The music company is also home to Rema, the Afrobeats star.



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