Brandon Jay is originally from Columbia, SC, Brandon got his break in Radio on WXRY 99.3 FM having his own on-air countdown show, playing songs from Maroon 5, Goo Goo Dolls, and Jack Johnson.
He has also conducted organic authentic record promotion with both iHeartRadio, Cumulus, CBS Radio, Radio One & Alpha Media broadcasting FM Top 40 & Urban Radio stations. Brandon’s written and recorded commercials and they have played on the radio in multiple markets on Clear Channel – iHeart Media Radio Properties.
Brandon has interviewed the A-List of Entertainment celebrities such as, Paris Hilton, Josh Duhamel, Snoop Dogg, Nick Cannon, Jeannie Mai, 50 Cent, Tracey Edmonds, Roy Jones Jr, Jamie Lee Curtis, Backstreet Boys, Kat Graham, Tiny Lister and many others.
His content has been featured on national/international outlets such as TMZ, Daily Mail, Hollywood Unlocked, Ok Magazine, Yahoo News, Getty & Wire Images and Medium just to name a few.
You can listen to On Air with Brandon Jay on all platforms.
Grammy Award Winning DJ and Producer, Kid Capri, is globally known as an originator, innovator, and pioneer of DJ Culture. His grass roots hustler mentality became a template for success emulated by the DJs that followed in his footsteps. Dubbed The Guru of Mixtapes, Kid Capri literally redefined the term “DJ” as he blazed a trail with his array of mixtapes and crowd hyping performances. “A true master is somebody that makes other people want to do what they do.”
Kid Capri was the first DJ to perform on major networks like BET and VH1. He starred in the popular HBO series Russel Simmons Def Comedy Jam and recently returned for The Netflix Def Comedy Jam’s 25th Anniversary Special. Kid has produced tracks for Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, Madonna, Heavy D, and 50 Cent to name a few. He has years of touring experience with legends like Diddy, Jay Z, Aaliyah, Salt-N Peppa, Timbaland, and most recently RBRM. Kid won a Grammy for producing a song on Jay-Z’s album, Hard Knock Life. In 2017 Kid narrated Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN album; the only hip hop album to ever win a Pulitzer Prize. Kid premiered his signature crowd hyping vocals at Jennifer Lopez’s ALL I HAVE Las Vegas Residency during the magical portion of her show dedicated to The Bronx.
Kid Capri deejayed for seven seasons of Def Comedy Jam. He produced tracks for Boogie Down Productions, Heavy D, Big L and Grand Puba. He eventually released an LP on Warner Brothers Records titled The Tape in 1991. He appeared in the film Who’s the Man? in 1993. 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 subsequently released Soundtrack to the Streets in 1998.
Kid Capri was 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 was 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. Kid was also featured on Kendrick Lamar‘s song “ELEMENT.” in which he has vocal parts in the intro and closing.
On May 15, 2021, Kid Capri was a Bronx Walk of Fame inductee and in 2022 dropped The Love Album.