DJ EFN Bio.
What is DJ EFN Net Worth?
The renowned DJ EFN has an estimated net worth of $ 5 million dollars which he has managed to amass through his long and successful career as a DJ and tv personality.
As the DJ continues to grow in his career so is his net-worth expected to increase.
Net Worth Summary.
- Year 2022: $ 4.5 million dollars.
- Year 2023: $ 5 million dollars.
- Year 2024: $ 5.8 million dollars.
DJ EFN Wiki.
- Date Of Birth: May 28, 1975.
- Age: 48 years as of 2023.
- Zodiac: Gemini.
- Real Name: Eric Fernando Narciandi.
- Nickname: DJ EFN.
- Place Of Birth: USA.
- Nationality: American.
- Ethnicity: Black American.
Early Life and Family.
- Father: N/A.
- Mother: N/A.
- Wife: N/A.
- Son: N/A.
Education and Career.
- High School: Miami Sunset Senior High School.
- College: Miami Dade College.
- Occupation: Podcast co-host, DJ.
- Achievements and Awards: Best New Mixtape DJ.
- Salary:$ 400,000 thousand dollars.
- Net Worth:$ 6 million dollars.
- Height:5 feet 8 inches.
- Weight: N/A.
- Eye Colour: Brown.
- Hair Colour: Bald.
- Shoe Size: 41.
DJ EFN Age.
Born in 1975, EFN is 48 years as of 2023. He is a conserved individual who celebrates his birthday each year on May 28, with close friends and family.
- Year 2022: 47 years.
- Year 2023: 48 years.
- Year 2024: 49 years.
DJ EFN Height and Weight.
He stands at an approximate height of 5 feet 8 inches tall and his weight is under review.
DJ EFN Early Life and Family.
DJ EFN has not shared much about his parents of Cuban and Italian ancestry, nor has he shared whether he has siblings or not.
Is DJ EFN Married?
On his Instagram page in 2018, DJ EFN posted a picture of him and his wife and captioned,” Happy Valentine’s Day to my beautiful girlfriend and our little one to come.” The couple welcomed their baby later but since they are conserved individuals they did not share the details with the public.
As of 2023, the DJ has not shared whether he is still married to his wife whether they divorced, or whether they are co-parenting their son.
DJ EFN Career and Songs.
DJ EFN started making mixtapes in Miami after becoming a fan of the tapes coming out of New York City. “There was no constant mixtape DJ in Miami, no one who ever actually played the music from Miami,” he remarked in an interview with Julia Beverly of Ozone magazine.
“Tony Touch and DJ Clue were both widely popular. Although the music was excellent, I didn’t want to hear references to Brooklyn or the Bronx. I wanted to support the local kitties by yelling out Miami.”
EFN released his first Crazy Hood mixtape in 1993. He created 42 volumes of the mixtape throughout the course of the following 20 years, with musicians including Outkast, Redman, Capone-N-Noreaga, KRS-One, Wu-Tang Clan, Bun B, Ja Rule, Sean Paul, Joe Budden, Lil Jon, Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray, and David Banner among those who appeared.
EFN created Miami’s Crazy Sounds Record Pool in 1997 (it functioned through 2007) and Hood DJs, an international alliance.
In 2002, DJ EFN was nominated the Best New Mixtape DJ at the 7th Annual Justo Awards. He won the Best Mixtape DJ honor at the inaugural Miami Urban Music Awards in 2003.
DJ EFN Album Projects.
Another Time by EFN was released in March 2015. The DJ has called it “a passion project,” noting that it is not a mixtape but rather an album of just original music.
It’s been a while since I’ve done this, but I’m going to try. In a Miami New Times article, Jacob Katel complimented the album for bringing together “the best underground talent in America with some of the genre’s godfathers to create an indelible masterpiece.”
EFN’s work on Another Time was praised for skillfully demonstrating that “the barriers and categories used to segregate MCs due to age, era, region, and style are self-inflicted” and was named one of “The 15 Greatest Hip-Hop Albums of 2015” by Ambrosia For Heads.
In 2010, EFN created EFN Visual Mixtapes in partnership with Miami-based Dre Films after realizing that the musicians he was working with required music videos to market their albums. The company then created films with “Mayday! Gunplay, N.O.R.E., Tech N9ne, Ras Kass, and Ras Kass.
EFN and Garcia created the Crazy Hood Film Academy in 2012, under which they made their first feature-length movie. “Coming Home,” a documentary on the Cuban hip-hop scene, won the Best Documentary prize at The People’s Film Festival in 2013.
DJ EFN Drink Champs.
Along with the rapper N.O.R.E, EFN launched the “Drink Champs” podcast in March 2016.
“Special guests like 50 Cent and Rick Ross come on, stories about the old and new days of hip-hop are exchanged, and drinks are consumed,” noted Variety magazine‘s Oriana Schwindt.
The program now receives more than five million monthly listens. Revolt has shown the show since November 2016.
Drink Champs Email and Shop.
To contact Drink Champs, you can email them or reach out through their website.
On the same website, you can also access their shop to purchase their merchandise.