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Power 106's Nick Cannon Mornings is LA’s #1 Hip Hop station with exclusive interviews, new music, hip hop news and good times.
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SOB x RBE stopped by Nick Cannon Mornings to talk about their upcoming work including a new single with Zaytoven, their struggles as a group from the bay and dealing with being the underdog again, meaning behind strictly only brothers, and reminiscence on 'Wild N Out'.
Fabolous checks in with Nick Cannon and talks about the importance of staying relevant in the game after releasing so many hits/ remixes, the difference between todays industry compared to a few years ago & speaks about his growth through it all.
The Game stops by Nick Cannon Mornings to discuss his new album "Born 2 Rap, reasons why he is retiring, what being a lyricist means, taking Nipsey Hussle on his first tour, album artwork and more!
Rapper Roddy Ricch stops by Nick Cannon Mornings to talk about advice that was given to him from influential people in the industry, his come up and learned lessons, his debut album and more.
Wack 100 has been the topic of conversation since his recent comments about the late Nipsey Hussle. The outspoken manager sits down with Nick Cannon Mornings to explain his opinion why he believes Hussle’s music catalog does not grant his “legendary” moniker. While Wack gets into the debate, he compares the late Biggie Smalls to Nip, comments on the current T.I. riff that’s played out on social media, and Wack even drops his greatest fear in the Firing Squad.
Since dropping her breakout single “Huddy”, the Boston native Coi Leray has been witnessing her world change around her since officially signing to Republic Records. While the rapper chops it up with Nick Cannon Mornings about reminiscing of being in the nose bleeds to performing on stage. Leray also shares her biggest inspirations which ranges from Lady Gaga to Chief Keef, talks about hating working in customer service, and lets us know where she sees her global brand is headed.
New York native Troy Ave came through to Nick Cannon Mornings to discuss his come up in the music game since being humbled after serving some time behind bars. The rapper also shared his experience being blackballed in the industry, how his life changed after leaving the street life behind to help others, and he also details being shot twice Christmas 2016.
Little Brother is a hip hop due from North Carolina that consists of rappers Phonte and Big Pooh. The two pulled up to the Power 106 studios to have a close conversation with morning show host Nick Cannon about their new project “May The Lord Watch.”
Famed former professional boxer Laila Ali came through to Nick Cannon Mornings for a Close Conversation about being an early influence to women in the game, the leadership and inspiration she received from her late father Muhammad Ali, and also discusses life as a mogul balancing family life and business.
Akon has dominated the music scene but it is his work outside of entertainment that is really putting the multi-faceted artist in his own lane. The St.Louis native discussed plans for his own city that is currently under construction and tells Nick Cannon that it will feature an airport and utilize renewable energy. The rapper also talks about having his hand in politics, wanting to run for office, assisting behind the scenes with artist development, and even points out why those who are melanated are good to travel to Africa without unnecessary vaccinations.
Nick Cannon gets into a Close Conversation with Quincy and asks about his story and transition within the entertainment industry. Quincy had internal struggles with finding himself after his mother passed and the artist shared that everything he does is inspired by passion. Quincy also shares details about his growth with dating older women, being a part of black royalty with his family, and more.
Senator and 2020 presidential candidate, Kamala Harris stopped by Power 106 for a special close conversation with Nick Cannon. Senator Harris details how she went from a young black girl in Oakland to running for President; and if she's elected, how she'll address accountability for police misconduct, close the racial wealth gap, fight the war on drugs and more.
Tory Lanez Stops By Nick Cannon Mornings To Discuss Upcoming Music, His Previous Beefs With Travis Scott And Drake, Remixing Songs And Details What It Was Like Coming From Nothing
R&B Songstress Keyshia Cole came through to the Nick Cannon Mornings show to dive into everything fans can expect from with her return to reality television with her new BET series. While the “Incapable” singer confesses that she has to find her love again for creating music, Cole shares her thoughts of love on her relationship with Niko Khale, her Top 5 B&B artists, and what is next up for the Bay area native.
A true New York King and hip-hop pioneer, Jadakiss stopped through Nick Cannon Mornings and shared his memory of the importance of getting the stamp of approval from the late Biggie Smalls, Jay –Z, and Diddy, early on in his career. Experiencing the evolution of hip hop from the heavily depicted East Coast v. West Coast rap beef, Jadakiss calls the genre a ferris wheel where you have to capitalize when it’s your time.
Queen Bee Lil Kim stopped through Nick Cannon Mornings for a Close Conversation about her releasing a new album after 14 years, showing a softer side to her gangster with her spiritually and positive vibrations and she also shares how she reconnected with Miami rapper Trina after their loss of parents.
Coming up in the game through his personal YouTube vlogs, Michigan-bred rapper DDG chopped it up with Nick Cannon Mornings about following his own advice after leaving behind school and moving to Los Angeles to pursue music. The “Push” rapper speaks on how he remains humble, his greatest fear of losing his mother, and puts up $1,000 against Nick in a game of Connect 4.
Now an established veteran in the game, Robert Ri'chard has seen success as a childhood star and continues to move with every generation as he protects the legacy of his acting craft. Richard shares details about his upcoming projects, including over four unreleased films, being the CEO of a health and wellness company, and shares what he is most recognized for as a seasoned actor.
Mr. Padilla stops by Power 106 to share the impact the upcoming Rally For Our Rights event will have on not only in California but across the country. Making strides in voter registration and legislation for the city, California’s diversity is leading the progress and what is next in 2020 politics.
Love and Hip Hop Hollywood cast member Apryl Jones did not hold anything back when she stopped through Nick Cannon Mornings to tell her side of the controversial love triangle, between her and B2K Members Omarion and Fizz. While Apryl pulled up with her own receipts to vindicate her name, she also let Nick know that she will always be herself, take care of her children and that she does not live for social media.
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