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Album Review

Think of him as a rapper, the host of America's Got Talent, the husband of Mariah Carey, or a stand-up comedian — Nick Cannon is such a jumble of stuff he's certainly a 21st Century Renaissance Man, but with this wild and weird album that he provocatively promoted in white-face, he just might be the post-Ryan Seacrest version of Marcel Duchamp. Call it art terrorism, million-dollar trolling, or a cloying album of epic proportions, White People Party Music sticks to its title, kicking off with a vibrant, uplifting, EDM-fueled number where Cannon has been "Looking for a Dream," and searching where most often find them, "In my head!" That's a flat, simple joke for sure, but with superstar DJ Afrojack laying a roller coaster ride of soaring synths, bass drops, breakdowns, and expensive EDM whatnot underneath, Cannon's funny whim becomes a Coachella comedy anthem. Shake your fist at it or shake your ass to it because it works either way, while later there's the less thinly veiled novelty floor-filler "Me Sexy," a macho EDM song that owes Right Said Fred a thank you note. "P******g Awesome" is the first known example of bro-trap as it fist bumps and Harlem Shakes itself through a frat party, while "F##ck Yo Birthday" gives those "It's Your Birthday" jams a good ribbing as up-for-anything rapper Fatman Scoop rattles off all the Zodiac signs over a Pitbull-worthy party beat. Speaking of Pitbull, he's here on "America," but singing bedroom R&B to a whole country isn't a clever enough joke to fill a whole four minutes, and with a track list that runs all the way up to 17, this is a bloated novelty album, even with the interludes. The interludes are hilarious, however, especially when attendees at a "Whites Mostly" party are asked if they've ever heard of Cannon. "Mariah Carey's husband!" is their top and only answer, but for folks who get — and get into — White People Party Music, they might start answering "America's leading prankster."

Customer Reviews

On Behalf of "White People" Everywhere...

Not at my party.

Good title from the whitest guy in the business

At least he knows his limitations somewhat and didn't try to make black music


What an absolute bigot this guy is! I know I'm reiterating what was said above but, if a white person were to have the words 'black people' on an album there would be absolute pandaemonium. But, its okay for any other race to just slam white people in the ground and joke about how "lame" and "un-fun" the whites are. I am disgusted, saddened and absolutely sickened by this. (get a job)


Born: October 17, 1980 in San Diego, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Once Nick Cannon firmly established himself on television and then in Hollywood, he expanded his reach into music, signing to Jive Records. The young multi-talent made his smash debut in late 2001 with a remake of DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince's 1988 hit, "Parents Just Don't Understand," which appeared on the Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius soundtrack and also featured Lil' Romeo and 3LW. Cannon returned in early 2003 with his self-titled debut album for Jive and its leadoff single, "Your Pops Don't...
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