On the latest episode of “Drink Champs,” N.O.R.E. and DJ EFN sat down with Kid Capri to discuss the OG being a pioneer for hip hop disc jockeys, working with Madonna, his relationships with Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G., and more.

Born David Anthony Love, Jr., Kid Capri is often mentioned in the conversation of those who revolutionized DJ culture. The Brooklyn native was one of the first DJs to perform on major television networks like BET, HBO and VH1, appearing on Russell Simmon’s long-running comedy series Def Jam Comedy in the 90s. The DJ and rapper is credited for working with hip hop legends and music icons such as JAY-Z, Big L, Foxy Brown, 50 Cent and Slick Rick — to name a few. Elsewhere, he’s also the host of his eponymous show “Kid Capri’s Block Party” on SiriusXM Fly. Additionally, Kid Capri released his studio album The Love in February, one of his first full-length projects in over two decades.

As a “Drink Champs” alum, this episode marks Kid Capri’s third time chopping it up with DJ EFN and N.O.R.E. He first made a guest appearance on the show in 2020 alongside A$AP Ferg and Tony Touch. The trio talked about their careers, the mixtape game and much more.