Stand Up, Don't Shoot

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Nick CannonJuly 28, 2017
Comedy/SpokenWord/Other© 2017 Comedy Dynamics
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Songs
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The Crowd2:37
2
I Apologize White People3:04
3
Switch It Up1:19
4
Trump Truffles2:31
5
Obama Held It Down2:55
6
Real Niggas3:40
7
Chuck E. Cheese Be Trippin'5:42
8
Being Single2:48
9
Dick Pics4:15
10
Cosby Ghostwriting2:29
11
Skin Tones3:30
12
Black Lives Matter1:44
13
Blackfish5:05
14
Media Mind Control2:49
15
Normal Kids4:04
16
Meeting Kangaroos6:20
17
Good Dick3:55
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Additional Information

Total length
58:45
Tracks
17
Released
July 28, 2017
Label
© 2017 Comedy Dynamics
File type
MP3
Access type
Streaming and by permanent download to your computer and/or device
Internet connection
Required for streaming and downloading
Playback information
Via Google Play Music app on Android v4+, iOS v7+, or by exporting MP3 files to your computer and playing on any MP3 compatible music player
Nick Cannon may well be one of the most famous people on the planet, because like Elvis and James Franco, he’s everywhere. To some, he’s that television personality who hosted "Wild 'N Out" and "America's Got Talent", while to others, he’s that rapper who released that “Gigolo” track with R. Kelly. Then there’s his acting in movies like Drumline and Roll Bounce, but to many -- maybe most -- he’s Mariah Carey’s husband and father to their children. Mr. Showbiz adds standup comedy to Cannon’s long list of vocations, or at least, it re-introduces him to the masses as a comedian, since standing in front of brick walls and telling jokes was his springboard to stardom. The album perfectly displays why this first step led to other avenues since, he's more a natural performer than a natural standup artist. His set isn’t honed but casual and free to wander, and yet, this audience is at his command, partly because they get a peek into the bedroom life of Nick and Mariah, and partly because Cannon’s an approachable bundle of charisma, swagger, and spirit with enough street smarts to come off as hip. That said, this amusing set of stories told in a standup setting should be avoided by those who are not already charmed by the man, especially Eminem, Nick's nemesis in a celebrity feud which Cannon covers here. Even with the lesser bits about “Drunk White Dudes” and “The N Word,” fans will find the personal tidbits, boasts, and inside jokes irresistible, making Mr. Showbiz a better deal than your average celebrity curio.
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