Born to Mr James Yeboah (Driver) and Madam Patricia Yeboah but well known as Ama Boakyewaa (A school teacher) on the 10TH day of June 1983, Prince Kwame Nsiah Yeboah (Prinze Kay) started his nursery education at a village near Wenchi in the Brong Ahafo region.
Prinze Kay was born in a village called Nkyeraa near Wenchi in the Brong Ahafo Region. He started his Primary school at Nkyeraa Methodist School. Though he continued to JSS in the same School but was later taken to Accra by his Uncle to start over his JSS education again.
Before then he was a teenage farmer cultivating various crops from season to season. He managed to buy pigs from the money he made from farming and started keeping pigs and fowls.
Upon his arrival in the City, Prinze Kay had to stay home for some time due to pecuniary necessities. He had no option than to step on the street to sell Black Poly sacks and News Papers for several months. He was later sent to Medina No.4 JSS by a woman who was by then his neighbour
After Medina No.4 JSS, he qualified and attended West Africa Secondary School in Adenta, Accra. When he got to year two, things became difficult and had no one to assist him. Sensing danger in his education, Prince joined a passenger car (Trotro) driver as his mate. He engaged himself in various construction works to help him write his final exams. In fact, he was being mocked by friends who happen to see him as a driver’s mate but he never budged.
His music career started at about age 12 when he started rehearsing with his younger brother who happens to be a good drummer. He later joined his mother in the Church Choir as a Tenor singer. Prinze would normally sing Old Highlife songs from Artist like Dr Paa Bobo, Opambour, JA Adofo (City Boys) Samuel Owusu and others. He rehearsed with his younger brother every evening in the house where all the drums of the church were kept. On weekends, Prinze and his brother organize shows for people from all over the town to spectate. Because they lived in a walled house, they sometimes take maize, yam, plantain and other food stuffs as gate fees.
Though times were hard, Prinze continued with his music whilst in Accra, but this time different music altogether. He started doing rap songs from various local rap artist but more especially Obrafour and later started writing his own rap songs.
He started moving from one recording studio to another recording his demo rap songs along singing. He later developed great interest in Sound engineering and joined Sasbay Production as a beginner in sound engineering. At the studio Prinze learn how to play keyboard and drums whilst assisting up and coming artists as a backing vocalist.
Prinze Kay started working for various recording studios in Accra and played for some Churches as well whilst writing his rap and highlife songs.
Prinze was introduced to K.K Fosu when a song he had recorded (My Honey) was heard by Oboye David (musician) who discovered him as the next K. K. Fosu. Surprisingly, K. K. Fosu was very elated to see a young boy full of talent. He advised Prinze to do away with rap and concentrate on Highlife music for futuristic reasons. He followed KK to shows and backed him on stage performances.
In 2011 Prinze recorded his first highlife album titled M’awani Ngye (Be Happy) under Ultimate Big Brother Studios that has gained recognition in Ghana and parts of the world.
It is one of the greatest album of all times. On the same album are Abo Ano (Ahoofe), Odo bi si aso, my honey, and many more. Talented musicians like K. K. Fosu, Reggie Zippy, Screw Face, Capusta, Armslin and Jah Lead were all featured on the great album.
As a dynamic sound engineer, Prince programmed and recorded all tracks at different recording studios in Accra.
Prinze and Ultimate Big Brother Studios would bring to the ears of all Ghanaians around the world what they always expect to hear.