Kid Capri Net Worth is$4 Million
Kid Capri net worth: Kid Capri is an American DJ and rap artist who has a net worth of $4 million dollars. Kid Capri, also known as David Anthony Love, Jr., was born in The Bronx, New York. He began deejaying for block parties when he was in elementary school, and began to build a name for himself in his late teens while deejaying for Studio 54. He went on to release an EP with Warner Bros. Records in the early 90s. He has also produced tracks for Boogie Down Productions, Grand Puba, and Quincy Jones, among others. He toured with Puff Daddy (aka P Diddy), as part of the "Puff Daddy and the Family" World Tour in the late 90s, and went on to release his first full-length album, "Soundtrack to the Streets" with Columbia Records in 1998. He served as the DJ for seven seasons of "Def Comedy Jam", and recently launched his own record label called, No Kid'n Records. He is the lead judge on "Master of the Mix" on BET, and recently remixed "Masterpiece" for Madonna's album, "MDNA".
David Anthony Love, Jr. (born February 7, 1967), also known by his stage name Kid Capri, is an American DJ and rapper. He was born in The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA. He is the son of David Love, Sr., a musician/singer. He is of African-American and Italian descent.
In the 1970s, Kid Capri began to attend block parties, starting his DJ career at the age of 8. His stage name was taken from a girl he used to date who was eventually "murdered by accident." During class one day, she had said to him, "Kid Capri sounds like a good name for a DJ," and he later took her suggestion. He eventually garnered widespread attention at Studio 54 and began selling his sets with his partner at the time Starchild. Kid Capri has deejayed for seven seasons of Def Comedy Jam. He's also produced tracks for Boogie Down Productions, Heavy D, Big L, Grand Puba, and Quincy Jones. He eventually released an LP on Warner Brothers Records titled The Tape in 1991. He appeared in the 1993 movie Who's the Man? alongside Doctor Dre, Colin Quinn, KRS-One, Ice-T, Pete Rock, CL Smooth, Eric B, Flavor Flav, Kris Kross, Melle Mel, Busta Rhymes and many others. In 1997, Kid Capri signed with the Track Masters' Columbia Records-distributed label after he appeared on the 1997 Puff Daddy and the Family World Tour. He has subsequently released Soundtrack to the Streets in 1998.
Recently[when?] Kid Capri has been busy working with his very own label, No Kid'n Records. Also, he was featured on a show called The Breakdown on itshiphop.tv where he talked about his current and future projects, his views on Japan's hip hop scene, and the origin of his DJ Name. On July 29, 2007, Kid Capri made an appearance during Rock The Bells 2007 as Rakim's DJ. Kid Capri also made an appearance as Rakim's DJ during the Rock The Bells 2008 show on July 19, 2008 in Tinley Park, Illinois.
Kid has also been featured as lead judge on Smirnoff's Master of the Mix, the BET reality TV competition in search of the co