It's been quite some time since we really heard any new music from Nick Cannon, although he did drop that song 'Dance Floor' dedicated to his wife Mariah Carey in January. It looks like the rapper, actor, comedian and TV personality is back with a song that's not only going to get you back on the dance floor but it might inspire a new style trend at the clubs.

'Pajama Pants' might sound like an innocent slumber party song, but with the inclusion of a slow but bass-heavy beat and Future, Migos and 'Wild ‘N Out' comedian Traphik included with Cannon, the track sounds more like the next twerking anthem.

"Don't wanna see you in no skirt / Don't wanna see you in no blouse / There some hoes / There some hoes / There some hoes in this house," Cannon delivers.

This potential twerk anthem doesn't only give shout outs to the ladies but also to their grannies, which makes things sound a bit more ridiculous. "But don't believe the rumors / From college girls to cougars / They creepin' in my room / Trying to cut like Freddie Cruger / Strippers, I salute ya / Girls, hallelujah / Even got your grandma twerk, twerkin' out her bloomers," he yells on the mic.

'Pajama Pants' is off Cannon's upcoming album, 'White People Party Music, set for release April 1. Co-executive produced by Cannon, Polow Da Don and DJ Buddah, the 18-track project will also feature many guests including Afrojack, Pitbull and Akon.

Listen to Nick Cannon's 'Pajama Pants' Feat. Future, Migos & Traphik