Country Grammar

Country Grammar

In the early ’00s, St. Louis all-star Nelly emerged with his own loose, funky brand of hip-hop. His knack for sticky raps and infectious hooks helped make his debut a transcendent record that connects bangin’ Dirty South sounds with Midwestern pop-rap appeal. On tracks like “Country Grammar (Hot…)” and “E.I.,” the St. Lunatic unleashes his trademark offbeat turn of phrase over snapping, crackling, and popping beats, while the lazy guitar strums of “Ride Wit Me” will have you leaning back in your Benz.

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