The Breakfast Club Grills Nick Cannon On The Return Of ‘Soul Train,’ His Rap Career And New Comedy Special On Showtime
This morning’s Breakfast Club interview with Nick Cannon hosted a mix of laughs and serious moments as the media mogul discussed his forthcoming comedy special on Showtime called Fuck Nick Cannon on Showtime, his opinion on the critically acclaimed 12 Years a Slave movie, and preparing a new rap album dropping April 1, 2014 called “White People Party Music.”
“It’s comedy but at the same time I worked with everybody from Future to Pitbull,” the “Gigolo” rapper said.
Cannon also detailed the return of Soul Train, which begins shooting in January, and will air on NBC right before Saturday Night Live. Check out what else the Wild ‘N Out founder had to say about his friend Peter Gunz’ role on Love & Hip Hop New York and his BET Hip Hop Awards cypher above.