(Pronounced DJ “E” “F” “N”)
Seasoned entertainment industry executive, global Hip-Hop culture ambassador and
entrepreneur, Cuban-American born DJ EFN’s combined experiences, insights and
relationships help guide brands and influencers in developing authentic and strategically
grounded relationships with LatinX and Hip-Hop lifestyle consumers.
From mix tapes to festivals, artist management, development and production, DJ EFN’s career
dates back to the 90’s through his Crazy Hood group of companies. in 2012 the company
produced the first of five (5) feature-length films titled “Coming Home” , documenting the impact
of Hip-Hop culture across the globe, starting with Coming Home: Cuba . “Wherever we find
Hip-Hop we find home.” - DJ EFN.
Subsequent films include:
● Coming Home: Haiti (2014)
● Coming Home: Peru (2015)
● Coming Home: Vietnam (2017)
● Coming Home: Colombia (2018)
Future Coming Home films are slated for Jamaica, Africa, Israel, Mexico and Brazil. The
critically acclaimed series was picked up by Sean “Diddy” Comb’s REVOLT media network and
is available across popular video distribution platforms. “Much like Anthony Bourdain, EFN
brings people to unlikely places, exposing them to different cultures, but in this case through the
eyes of Hip-Hop rather than food.” - Jasmine Nelson, Atlanta Black Star.
EFN’s latest venture is the hit weekly podcast “DRINK CHAMPS” co-hosting the series
alongside notable rapper N.O.R.E. With millions of views and streams per episode, N.O.R.E
and EFN interview Hip-Hop artists, influencers and entertainment industry leaders as they
recount memorable experiences and stories while enjoying rare premium spirits and special
mixed cocktails. "" Drink Champs , which launched in January 2015, brings together Queens
rapper N.O.R.E. and Miami hip-hop pioneer DJ EFN for a weekly(-ish) talk session. 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. Drink Champs allows fans to be a fly on the wall during
a conversation they might otherwise not hear or see,” DJ EFN added. The podcast now has
more than five million listens per month.” - Oriana Schwindt, Variety"