San Diego, California-native Nick Cannon founded his multi-media company NCredible Entertainment in 2009. Cannon has come a long way since landing his first television gig on Nickelodeon's show "All That." The rapper/comedian's NCredible Entertainment inked a partnership with RED Distribution, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. They specialize in music distribution and artist development.
"Sony RED's entrepreneurial spirit and progressive approach make it the perfect home for NCredible Entertainment. We are thrilled about this new partnership and look forward to working together" said Cannon in a press release statement
Forthcoming releases from NCredible Entertainment/RED will include Cannon's own comedy and music releases, film/TV compilations, and artists like rap duos Wonder Broz and Queenz.
NCredible Entertainment is a multi-media company with a Music and TV/Film division. They have produced projects like TeenNick's Annual "Halo Awards", MTV docu-series "Son of A Gun," two "School Gyrls" movies and "Ragz" starring KeKe Palmer for Nickelodeon.
Nick Cannon's Entertainment imprint is doing production for the return of "Wild N' Out", coming to MTV2 on July 9. In May of this year, Nick pulled the plug on his CBS radio show Cannon's Countdown and set his eyes on reviving Wild N' Out after a six year hiatus. His last radio broadcast aired on June 8.
Cannon also signed a multi-year, multi-million production deal with NBC Networks to develop scripted and unscripted fare for the network earlier this year. His new sketch comedy "Incredible Crew" recently premiered on Cartoon Network. He is also prepared to star as "Freeway" Rick Ross in an upcoming biopic.
Nick Cannon has contributed to the Urban music scene through his Comedy and Hip Hop/Rap albums. He has collaborated with the likes of Kanye West, The Neptunes, Diddy, Mary J. Blige, Will Smith, R.Kelly, and E-40 on soundtracks and other projects.
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