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|Birth name||David Anthony Love, Jr.|
|Labels||Cold Chillin'/Warner Bros. Records
Track Masters/Columbia/SME Records
|Associated acts||Big L, DJ AM, Jay-Z, Snoop Dogg, Nas, KRS-One, Warren G, Big Pun, The Lox, Foxy Brown|
In the 1970s, Kid Capri began to attend block parties, starting his DJ career at age 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 has 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?. 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.
Kid Capri has been involved in his own record label, No Kid'n Records. He was featured on the itshiphop.tv show The Breakdown, in which he talked about his current and future projects, his views on Japan's hip hop scene, and the origin of his stage 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 been featured as lead judge on Smirnoff's Master of the Mix, the BET reality TV competition in search of the nation's best DJ. In March 2012, Kid was commissioned to remix "Masterpiece", an exclusive track featured on the special Smirnoff Nightlife Edition of Madonna's album, MDNA.  He joined her for the album release party in Miami as a part of Winter Music Conference, and the album was released on March 26, 2012.
- Apollo (1991)
- Joke's On You Jack (1991)
- Put It On (With Big L) (1995)
- Unify (1998)
- Put It On (1995 off Big L's Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous)
- We Celebrate (2007 off Ghostface Killah's The Big Doe Rehab)
- "Crossover" (1992 off EPMD's Business Never Personal)
Cameos and roles in film
- Ego Trip (1999). "Race". Ego Trip's Book of Rap Lists. St. Martin's Press. p. 274. ISBN 0-312-24298-0. "Kid Capri (African-American/Italian)"
- Kid Capri. "Kid Capri", [BOMB Magazine], Spring 1991. Retrieved April 15, 2012.
- "Kid Capri,Just Blaze Remix Madonna's MDNA Album For Smirnoff". Hip-Hop Wired. April 9, 2012. Retrieved November 27, 2012.
- Azzougarh, Tarik (September 7, 2009). "Ghostface Killah - We Celebrate on Vimeo". Vimeo.com. Retrieved November 27, 2012.
- Official website
- Kid Capri at the Internet Movie Database
- Kid Capri at Discogs
- Kid Capri Interview with HipHopRuckus.com
- Kid Capri's Mixtape Discography at Dopebox.net
- Kid Capri net worth