Suge Knight’s life will be available for all to consume via a book with the help of Nick Cannon, and is set to drop in the fall of 2020.
Fall of 2019, Suge Knight revealed to the world of his up-coming autobiography via an exclusive interview with The Blast. Knight praised Nick Cannon, when he announced the host of Wild N’ Out would take on the writing responsibilities for the book.
“Nick Cannon will be doing the book personally as a writer, I know he has all the potential and the spirit to be a great writer, he is a great writer, he will be doing my book,” Knight said to The Blast.
“I can say he is a trustworthy guy. I think you should take notice to it. He’s probably one of the most power players in the industry today who is honest and real,” Knight added about Nick. “He keeps his word.”
Cannon since then has stayed in contact with Knight on a daily basis. While his focus is writing the book with Suge Knight, the former Death Row records owner looked out for “little bro”, and dropped a voice memo on the intro of “The Invitation“, Cannon’s diss song to Eminem.
“He caught wind of what was going on and wanted to say something on one of these tracks,” Cannon explains during a recent phone call interview with Billboard. As an author, I was just working on writing his book with him, and he wanted to look out for little bro, I guess.
Nick Cannon at least once a month visits Suge Knight who is serving time behind bars after pleading no contest in 2018. “I go see Suge at least once a month. What Alex Haley was to The Autobiography of Malcolm X is what I’m doing for Suge Knight. I’m giving him the opportunity to tell his story through my pen,” Cannon tells Billboard.
The Suge Knight autobiography should be available in time for the holidays of 2020, as Cannon has set his focus first on releasing his Dr. Sebi documentary. View: Nick Cannon’s Trailer For “Strong Enemies: The Untold Case Of Dr.Sebi”
“I got so many other focuses, from me releasing the Dr. Sebi documentary that I produced with Nipsey Hussle and then we’ll hopefully drop the Suge book by quarter four of this year. It should be here for the holidays.