Polymer nanocomposites are the largest commercial application for carbon nanotubes (CNTs) which determines the interest in their effect on crystallization processes of polymers. We chose Isotactic Polypropylene (iPP) as one of the most widely used polymers. Nanocomposites with multiwall carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) 0-5% by weight were studied, using differential scanning Calorimetry to measure the crystal nucleation and kinetics effects of MWCNTs. Isothermal crystallization at 138°C was performed and the data were analyzed using Avrami analysis. We obtained results for the effect of MWCNTs on the crystallization kinetics. The Avrami analysis showed a dramatic increase in the crystallization rate constant and constancy of the Avrami exponent with increase of the CNTs concentration. The full width at half maximum (FWHM) of the heat flow exotherm and the peak time for crystallization (tp) change dramatically. The crystallinity shows a slight variation with the CNTs concentration dipping at 2% CNTs which can be explored further at higher concentrations.