Author: JAE HAVANA

iHeart Radio’s Isha Thorpe sat down with Drink Champs Video Producer Rich Blanco (@Rich_Blanco) explaining why DRINK CHAMPS is one of the best podcasts out right now!

 “I believe ‘Drink Champs’ is the best podcast out right now because you actually have a DJ and a rapper from the culture interviewing guests with an inside-the-industry scoop. The guests relate so much with their peers that they speak freely, as opposed to other media outlets, especially when liquor is involved.” – Rich Blanco

Read the full story here: https://kmel.iheart.com/content/2017-11-06-heres-why-drink-champs-is-one-of-the-best-podcasts-out-right-now/

Story by: Isha Thorpe (@beauty_marked92)

After their 100th episode with Jermaine Dupri, we sat down with N.O.R.E and DJ EFN to talk about the top 10 moments that have built the foundation of their podcast thus far from Bun B’s emotional memories about Pimp C to the long, lost unedited Diddy episode. Watch DJ EFN and N.O.R.E rehash the top ten moments of Drink Champs history!

 

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Story by: Tony Centeno (@_tonyMC)

Shot by: Adrian Ferg (@hausofferg)

Drink Champs co-host DJ EFN is currently hunkering down in his home in Miami, Florida, with Hurricane Irma picking up intensity as Sunday unfolds.

Earlier this afternoon, the DJ checked in with REVOLT to share an exclusive update of what he and his family are experiencing with the storm taking charge this weekend.

 

“What’s going on, it’s Sunday afternoon here in Miami, Florida,” he begins. “I’m in Kendall, to be exact. Got the family in the crib, we’re safe, we’re good. The winds are picking up. Lot of rain, lot of wind. Trees getting blown over.”

DJ EFN also added that his home lost power last night, with reports currently stating that over 1.69 million Florida residents are without power as a result of the storm.

“We lost our power last night, power hasn’t come back so it’s starting to get hot in the crib,” he continues. “We’re stocked up with water and food, to last a couple of days. We should be good.”

Check out the latest update from DJ EFN in the clip above.

For those looking to begin helping out, the Red Cross and other organizations have started collecting donations for those impacted by Hurricane Irma specifically, with FEMA putting together a helpful resource guide with information regarding how to best get involved.

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