Nick Cannon spoke with The Source magazine on politics, his film King of the Dancehall premiering at the Toronto Film Festival and more.
Nick's star-studded film "King of the Dancehall" will make it's worldwide premiere at the 2016 Toronto Film Festival.
Nick sits down with Wall Street Journal's Lee Hawkins and discusses his latest business ventures, the Black Lives Matter movement and his spoken word.
Nick continues to show his commitment to helping and supporting the causes that give back to the youth and the community.
Nick spend the last few days in Houston where he visited a radio and police station showing his solidarity and love to both the Black Lives Matter Movement but also to those police officers who are upstanding and to trying to help better the communities they police in.
Before leaving Houston Nick showed love to the people at rapper Trae the Truth's annual Trae Day.
Nick graces the cover of the July/August issue of WebMD Magazine.
In the piece Nick is very candid about the challenges he still currently faces after being diagnosed in 2012.
Nick also reveals that despite these setbacks he's perserving and busier than ever.
Head over to WebMD to read about Nick's triumph in the face of medical adversity.