The Grammy-winning rapper behind “Hot in Herre” and “Just a Dream” dishes out hits and deep cuts with his signature mellow flow
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The Nelly Style: a mellow flow that melts a Midwestern twang into a Dirty South drawl, then tops it with poppy choruses that pack hooks as catchy as schoolyard chants
Before he was Nelly: he was simply Cornell Iral Haynes, Jr., an aspiring St. Louis rapper whose time in the group St. Lunatic was cut short by the almost overnight success of…
Country Grammar: the 2000 solo debut that made Nelly a household name, included singles “E.I.” and “Ride Wit Me,” went nine-times platinum, and paved the way for 2002’s Nellyville and its ubiquitous single…
“Hot in Herre”: the duds-doffing club anthem that earned Nelly his first Grammy and gave everybody something to hum at the sauna
By the Numbers: Nelly has sold more than 21.8 million albums in the US, making him the fourth best-selling rapper in the nation.
Moonlighting with Nelly: When he’s not sending rap hits up the charts, Nelly appears in movies (The Longest Yard), runs clothing lines (Vokal and Apple Bottoms), and stars as himself in reality series such as Real Husbands of Hollywood and Nellyville
What Nelly Has in Store For You: gems from all seven of his chart-busting albums (including 2013’s M.O.), a few surprises (such as “Cruise,” his hit with country-rappers Florida Georgia Line), and a new track, “The Fix”