One of the main reasons for Big Daddy Kane's hip hop success, other than his slick rhymes, of course, is his very distinctive and smooth baritone. It's no wonder, then, that Centric's docu-series Being has tapped the smooth operator as its new voice. The show, which chronicles the lives of some of your favorite iconic musicians and entertainers, has in the past profiled such legends as Teena Marie, Gladys Knight, Ronald Isley and Earth, Wind & Fire. This season continues that dynamic trajectory with profiles lined up for music icons Dionne Warwick and Chaka Khan as well as heartthrob Boris Kodjoe and civil rights pioneer Al Sharpton. The new season kicks off with a profile on self-proclaimed Queen of All Media Wendy Williams, which is sure to give insight on how Ms. "How You Doin'?" went from gossipy radio host to America's next talk show queen. Check out a preview of the season right here, and be sure to tune in when the new season kicks off February 15th at 9P/8C.