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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.

    Saweetie Explains Bigger Meaning Behind Her "Pretty Privilege" & How She'll Become A Billionaire

    Saweetie Explains Bigger Meaning Behind Her "Pretty Privilege" & How She'll Become A Billionaire

    The Icy Queen of 'PBM' makes her return to the Power 106 studios for an in-depth and personal conversation with Nick Cannon of the Power Mornings show. Saweetie embodies every aspect of what it means to lead your own life as a multi-faceted woman.

    Sharing her thoughts on women empowerment, the Bay area native does not shy away from the fact that she is not only one of the hottest and most talked-about rappers in the game, but she is also a college-educated entrepreneur. With sights set out on becoming a billionaire, the "Best Friend" femcee tells Nick Cannon that she has active plans of expanding her brand outside of music that will further her ambitions.

    Saweetie is no stranger to preconceived notions that many have placed on her, but as she continues to build and elevate her brand, the rapper has come to stand in her own growth and truth and acknowledges that her "pretty privilege" isn't exactly what everyone thinks it to be. And, just as her Icy University sets out to empower and inspire her fans, Saweetie's definition of her "Pretty B**** Music" and "Pretty Privilege" monikers all encompass a deeper definition. Saweetie goes on to speak on her forthcoming music projects, how she's putting her family in positions to win, shares important advice with Nick, and much more

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    • 40 min
    Doja Cat Speaks On Misogynistic Views Of Female Rappers & How She Handled Being Culturally Canceled

    Doja Cat Speaks On Misogynistic Views Of Female Rappers & How She Handled Being Culturally Canceled

    There is no doubt that Doja Cat has experienced a whirlwind since infamously dropping "Mooo!" which shows the multi-faceted artist dressed as a cow, placing french fries up her nose. While Doja explains to Nick Cannon in the latest Power Mornings interview that the song changed her life, she shares that there was no mistake in releasing the record and that she hoped to reach the level of success she now holds. 

    Stopping through for a virtual conversation, with Mornings' host Cannon, the "Woman" singer touches on a range of topics from societal views on female rappers and misconceptions when it comes to her intelligence, her perspective on being culturally canceled on several occasions, as well as sharing her top five artists and Doja looks, plus much more. 

    For the 'Planet Her" femcee, being "canceled" has been a growing and learning experience as she explains she's taken accountability for her past infractions and even gives Nick Cannon advice on how to deal with the public scrutiny.

    Doja also shares that while society and the industry only look to women in rap to be one-dimensional, the singer dispels that women in her position are no one-trick ponies and are intelligent and free beings.  Doja also takes time to share her Top 5 favorite artists, which include the likes of Drake, Erykah Badu, and Nicki Minaj, as well as her favorite comedians, and past red carpet looks she's effortlessly conquered. 

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    • 29 min
    Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad - Criminology Is The Study of A Black Man -- How Do You Explain This Conce

    Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad - Criminology Is The Study of A Black Man -- How Do You Explain This Conce

    Dr. Bahiyyah Muhammad joined Nick Cannon to discuss criminology in light of everything going on with police brutality. They talked about a difficult concept of “criminology it the study of a black man” and explains the concept behind it along with the theory and data on which is crime concentrated in the lower class along with theories that are deadly and dehumanizing statics.

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    • 20 min
    Danny Trejo: We Are In A Gang Fight Now

    Danny Trejo: We Are In A Gang Fight Now

    Actor Danny Trejo shares his words of wisdom to the people regarding the protests in communities around the Nation on Nick Cannon Radio.

    When asked for his thoughts on the Malcolm X quote of “America only understands the language of violence”; Trejo says “We’ve come to the point where we are in a gang fight now… This is no longer about police brutality.”

    What are the solutions? Trejo says “now we got sit down – both sides – sit down and talk. We have got to get all them people that were protesting, get them (to) sign the petition…” 

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    • 11 min
    #SnoopDogg on #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd, Seeing People Stand Up, Next Generation of Music + More

    #SnoopDogg on #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd, Seeing People Stand Up, Next Generation of Music + More

    The one and only Snoop Dogg joins Nick Cannon and discusses the #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd moment sweeping the local communities, states, and the nation. Snoop says that this is the first time in his 48 years that he’s seen “Blacks, Whites, Latinos, Asians and all people of all walks of life come together for one particular cause”.

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    • 15 min
    Maxine Waters He's The Most Vicious Dog We Know and We're Not Afraid of Him!

    Maxine Waters He's The Most Vicious Dog We Know and We're Not Afraid of Him!

    #MaxineWaters joins the #NickCannon Morning show and speaks on people on the frontline during this most critical time in history for the black community. Maxine Waters talks about what we should be doing to implement change, how to lead by example, law enforcement, and more.

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    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.1 out of 5
308 Ratings

308 Ratings

MOISTdrywall ,

We’re all the same

I’m just here cuz I like Drum-Line and black conservatives.

peanutfactoryfact ,

Just sippin my tea

If everyone feels so strongly about what someone says they can easily press pause just like they did the play button and continue pushing on to another podcast that fits your lifestyle or beliefs. And me in the us I thought this country was built on freedom of speech an all that bs . Guess not ... sippin my tea

11Vida11 ,

Here to show love

I personally wants to counteract the destructive racism that leads to one wanting to destroy someone personally.That act is predatorial in and of itself and has a long history of utilizing racism to destroy the black community if they didn’t feel that it wouldn’t work they wouldn’t participate in it therefore a black person being racist isn’t an authentic truth. Nothing Nick can do can destroy anything built by a white person but as we can see the need to destroy his platform by creating unfavorable reviews can indeed hinder Nick. See how that works.

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