appearances in various music videos and television shows as well as two best selling
ringtones, Katt Williams could qualify as one of the busiest entertainers around.
comedian’s hit HBO stand up special Katt Williams: Pimp Chronicles Pt. 1,
recently hit stores on DVD. And now the popular funnyman is preparing a new rap/comedy
album titled It’s Pimpin’, Pimpin’.The
album is dropping this spring on Cam’ron’s Diplomat Records/Warner Bros and features
cameos from Snoop Dogg, Da Brat, E-40, Lyfe Jennings, Paul Wall, Mike Jones and
everywhere is comedy material," Williams told AllHipHop.com in a statement.
"To watch and view the world via television, newspapers, movies and music
translates our world into funny. There is no subject where funny doesn’t exist."Williams
is bouncing back from a Nov. 6 arrest at the Los Angeles International Airport,
for allegedly carrying a stolen, concealed weapon.In
Dec. 2006, Williams was sentenced to three years probation, after pleading no
contest to a misdemeanor firearm charge.The
comedian is now in high gear, as he prepares a variety of upcoming movie projects.
most recent success is a major role in the upcoming comedy film Norbit,
which features an award-winning, all-star cast that includes Eddie Murphy, Cuba
Gooding Jr., Eddie Griffin, Marlon Wayans, Thandie Newton and Charlie Murphy.
comedian will also star in the upcoming Christmas comedy Perfect Christmas
[working title This Christmas], opposite Terrence Howard, Queen Latifah,
Morris Chestnut and Gabrielle Union. Williams
is also set to travel to Australia to begin work on another upcoming comedy called
Fools Gold. The
Warner Bros. feature will star Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey as a reunited
couple who take part in an adventurous international treasure hunt. Despite
the busy filmwork, fans of Williams will not see less of him on the small screen.
The comedian will star in Nick Cannon Presents: Short Circuitz, a new MTV
half-hour series featuring sketches, impersonations, parodies and other comedic
the best I ever feel when I’m on stage, putting the thoughts from my head into
those of an audience," Williams said. "Applause is my drug of choice."