Pharrell Williams, with a little help from his friends Snoop Dogg, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, Nelly and Chad Hugo, kick off the 2014 NBA All Stars with a powerful performance.
M.O. in stores now.
Nelly speaks up on his next LP, M.O., to the ball-breaking Breakfast Club crew.
New record from Nelly’s upcoming M.O. album. Available 9/30.
New record from Nelly’s upcoming M.O. album, available 9/30.
From Nelly’s upcoming M.O. album, due September 30th.
Kweli got his late night fix on with two back-to-back performances with rivals Leno and Conan. Check out DJ Helay’s video edit of The Tonight Show performance with Nelly, then peep his performance with Pretty Lights on Conan.
Is the club world ready to re-embrace Nelly? Drop down and get your eagle on, girl.
[sarcasm] Two lyrical powerhouses come together for the first time, to deliver this game-changing track. [/sarcasm]
Super-posse cut from Kay Slay gets the video treatment.
Kay Slay enlists many popular rappers for his latest single.
The Roots back Nelly for this performance of perhaps one of the worst songs of the 100BPM Neptunes-era of club bangers.
Chelsea, as always, injects her unique interview style with Nelly.
Wow, this is a veritable meeting of the sing-rapping minds. Taken from Nelly’s 5.0., hitting November 16th.
We haven’t been mad at either “1000 Stacks” or “Tippin’ In The Club” so far…Here goes one more from Nelly from his Nelly 5.0 release, currently being recorded here in fabulous Las Vegas. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Nelly – “Move That Body” (feat. T-Pain)
New video from Bow Wow off his last album, New Jack City II. The track features Ron Browz and Nelly, and is titled “What They Call Me (Big Time)” on the album, but is only titled “Big Time” for the video. Production from Jermaine Dupri and Ron Browz.
Here we go with the lead single from Avery Storm, featuring Rick Ross, off his upcoming album Shotgun Love. Avery is signed to Nelly’s Derrty Ent., and also has a new track with the boss Nelly, coming soon. For now, check out this new track below. Shotgun below should be released later this year. [Audio [cont.]
When Nelly and Ashanti were dating a few years ago, a album together was rumored, but nothing really ever came from it, then they broke up. Here we have a unreleased track done sometime back when they were together, circa 2007 or so. Check it out below. Ashanti + Nelly – “NY Lover (Unreleased)” (MP3)
Crooked I sits down to speak about putting together rhymes, lyrics and reconstructing them afterwards. This is part of the series How to Rap: The Art and Science of the Hip-Hop MC on sale now. Other artists included in this series are The Clipse, Cypress Hill, Nelly, Public Enemy, Remy Ma, Schoolly D and A [cont.]
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