Andrew Cannon has been skating and filming at a fevered pace for the past year in anticipation of his new, full-length video part (the part drops tomorrow on the World Industries site and right here on ESPN Skateboarding). Between corresponding for us here at ESPN, doing announcing gigs for events like Street League and Dew Tour as well as handling all the touring, autograph signing and demo skating that comes with being a well-known pro, it's a wonder Cannon gets time to skate at all. Rest assured though, skating is Cannon's number one priority; he makes time to roll above all else. I got a preview glimpse of Cannon's new video part and, let me tell you, it's damn good. It's his best part yet. I take comfort knowing there are people like Cannon who recognize that a line of tricks (and by a line I mean three or more tricks strung together) is a beautiful thing.
I'm backing Cannon and I'm backing his new part. But, rather than bore you with my opinions, we decided to go to the source and have Andrew Cannon, ESPN Correspondent interview Andrew Cannon, Professional Skateboarder. The result is something you won't want to miss. Full video interview after the jump »