Kid Capri


Kid Capri Releases ‘The Love,’ His First Album in 24 Years

Nearly 25 years after the release of his last full-length offering, Kid Capri has returned with his third studio album, The Love. The 19-track project arrives on the legendary DJ’s 55th birthday, and features the previously released singles “Slap Key” and “Uptown.” The Love marks Capri’s first LP since his sophomore album Soundtrack to the Streets, which dropped in November 1998, and was highlighted by guest appearances from Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, and several other A-list rappers.
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David Anthony Love Jr. aka Kid Capri has had one of the most successful careers in Hip-Hop history. As a pioneer in the mixtape game, Capri has inspired generations of rappers thus creating an imprint in the game that few can measure up to. He’s worked with an army of OG’s including KRS-1, Heavy D, and Slick Rick. He’s also worked with game-changers like Jay Z, Ghostface Killah, Styles P, and Big L. Capri was also the sole DJ on HBO’s long-running, Def Comedy Jam, which recently hosted its 25th Anniversary to which the Brooklyn-born/Bronx-raised DJ served as the honorary man on the 1s and 2s.