November 20th 2023.
Nick Cannon is back with a new docuseries that follows his Future Superstars tour. Titled “Nick Cannon Presents: Future Superstars”, it's set to take viewers on a coast-to-coast journey starting Nov. 21 on VH1.
The series will feature nine emerging artists who are on the cusp of making their mark in the music industry. Big Boss Vette, DW Flame, Hitman Holla, JD McCrary, Jilly, Klondike Blonde, Pop Money, Symba and Trae Two Three will all be featured in the show.
The docuseries will share the personal journeys and remarkable talents of these nine artists, and will show viewers how to make it in the music industry and inspire other dreamers on their own paths to greatness.
The idea for this show was born out of Nick Cannon's desire to fill a void in the music industry. He told BLACK ENTERPRISE that he remembers the days of “106th and Park” and “Soul Train”, which were curation stations that introduced new talent.
Cannon was also inspired by the Motown era, when legendary artists like Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, and Stevie Wonder toured the country together on the same tour bus. He wants to recreate that experience with his own tour and show.
“I just wanted to offer that up and share that experience with the acts on season one,” Cannon said.
The finale episode will take a look back at the progress of the artists throughout the season, and will show their growth on stage as acts in Cannon’s Future Superstars tour.
Watch the full interview and catch the show on VH1 starting Nov. 21st at 9 PM ET/PT. Tune in to experience the magic of what happens when you put hungry artists together on one stage.
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