WHO WOULD’VE THOUGHT??
Nick Cannon was recently on The Breakfast Club to speak on his up and coming projects, like his new R&B mixtape, The Gospel of Ike Turn Up: My Side of The Story. He also talked about the results of the election and his third child being on the way.
What really had listeners intrigued was when he talked about his relationship with Kanye West. He mentioned that he wrote a few lines for Ye, for an example, Ye’s verse on Ryhmefest’s hit “Brand New.” This is the same guy that constantly gets clowned about his music career almost every episode on his MTV show, Wild n’ Out.
Nick Cannon said, “I ain’t never wrote no smashes, but I’ve been in the Kanye camps early on. I was there doing ‘Gold Digger.’ I wrote the bar for Kanye, ‘We don’t need to stunt/I make black history every day, I don’t need a month.’ That was me. Kanye’s bar. Stuff like that. That’s why I love Kanye and his movement because he knows how to make great music, great songs. That ego doesn’t get into the art form. He’s like, ‘If somebody say something dope, let’s get to it.’ Being a part of that process, I’ve learned so much from him in making songs because…anybody can get in front of a mic and spit bars, but to create a song, that’s a true talent.”
Below is the song “Brand New”
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