Nick Cannon new mixtape titled ‘The Miseducation Of The Negro You Love To hate’, takes aim at his long time rival with a new Eminem diss song.
On the song ‘Used To Look Up To You’, Nick Cannon takes aim at Eminem and his fan base. The song starts off with Tupac Shakur’s infamous line on the hit movie ‘Juice’. “You gotta get the ground beneath your feet, partner, get the wind behind your back and go out in a blaze if you got to! Otherwise you ain’t shit! You might as well be dead your damn self!”
“Niggas out here tweetin’ like they been a savage,” Cannon spits on auto tune. “Dick ridin’ lil’ Marshall Mathers/Had to put on my turban like I’m Aladdin/Niggas out here cappin’, Black Lives Matter.”
For Cannon this is a special project for him, which includes the cover artwork inspired by one of his favorite books. “The artwork for my new mixtape is super special to me. Inspired by one of my favorite books by Carter G. Woodson and one if my favorite rappers and Grios @IceCube. Love yo dope artist @sarjoey You did your thing. It’s simple but says a great deal and that’s how this project came together.”
Eminem is currently rumored to be working on new music. No word yet if the new music will include a response to Nick Cannon’s new Eminem diss song.