Prince Royce Gets Re-hired by Sprint’s Hispanic Business Unit
Award-winning artist Prince Royce has been rehired by Sprint’s new Hispanic Business Unit. He will work with the company to help develop unique music-related initiatives and programs.
Prince Royce got his start as a Sprint employee in New York, working toward his goal of becoming a professional musician. Using the money he made at Sprint, Prince Royce recorded the very demo that helped launch his first album and kick-start his musical career.
Royce will work with Sprint in developing unique music-related initiatives and programs. As first order of business, Royce presented a donation of $10,000 to ASPIRA of Florida on behalf of Sprint to help the non-profit organization further its reach in working with students to achieve their goals and full potential.
Prince Royce recently scored a mainstream US hit with his first English-language single, “Stuck On A Feeling” featuring Snoop Dogg. Royce also has a song featured in the “Furious 7” soundtrack, entitled “My Angel” and will soon be releasing “Back It Up” featuring Pitbull, the second single off his upcoming debut album in English, due out this summer. The artist will also be a Special Guest on Ariana Grande’s Honeymoon Tour starting in July. Young, but well-decorated, Prince Royce has garnered over 150 nominations from the likes of the American Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, Billboard Latin Music Awards, Premios Juventud, Premios Lo Nuestro, Broadcast Music Awards, the Latin Grammys, MTV Video Music Awards, Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers Awards. In sum, the royal record producer has won 66 awards for his contributions in the Latin music industry.
“Sprint has been a part of my journey from the beginning and I feel honored to be reunited with a brand I believe in, and that also believes in me. Together with Marcelo Claure and his Sprint team, I look forward to hearing from and connecting more closely with fans and customers across the country.”