White People Party Music

White People Party Music

by Nick Cannon


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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. "Phucking 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."

Product Details

Release Date: 04/01/2014
Label: Ncredible
UPC: 0862242000022
catalogNumber: 4430
Rank: 211603

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Nick Cannon   Primary Artist
Nick Noble   Background Vocals
Randy Jackson   Bass Guitar
Clinton Sparks   Background Vocals
Kevin Writer   Background Vocals
Mariel Jacoda   Vocals

Technical Credits

Randy Jackson   Composer
Rob Clark   Cover Photo
M. James   Composer
DJ Class   Producer
Clinton Sparks   Composer,Producer
Nick Cannon   Composer,Producer,Executive Producer
Aliaune "Akon" Thiam   Composer
J. Roman   Composer
DJ Rek   Producer
DJ Buddha   Producer,Executive Producer
R. Chambliss   Composer
L. Colins   Composer
Josiah   Producer
Cataracs   Producer
Afrojack   Producer
U. Vargas   Composer
Jump Smokers   Producer
KE   Producer
Styalz Fuego   Producer
J. Lucas   Composer
A. Perez   Composer
S. Garcia   Composer
N. Audino   Composer
Polow da Don   Producer,Executive Producer
Kevin Writer   Composer
Amba Shepherd   Composer
Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins   Producer
Colette Carr   Composer
Disco Fries   Producer
L. Hughes   Composer
I. Freeman   Composer
@RealProphit   Engineer
R. Jerkins   Composer
Sujit Kundu   Management
Twice As Nice   Producer
Tre Boogie   Producer
Tracy Nguyen   Publicity
OmArr   Producer
Justin Scott Lucas   Producer
Jamal Jimoh   Marketing

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