Country Grammar (Hot...)
Hot In Herre
Hard to believe it's been ten years since Nelly first emerged, putting St. Louis on the rap map (finally), and dominating airwaves with a slew of gigantic singles. While some dismissed his radio-friendly, hook-driven style as a passing fad, he has proved all haters wrong over the course of six solo albums, multiple GRAMMY® Awards, and more than 20 million units sold, (not to mention his forays into acting, fashion design, energy drinks, NBA ownership, and charity work). With 6 Pack, he offers fans a half-dozen of his signature hits, including his first big smash "Country Grammar," timeless party-starter and club-staple "Hot In Herre," and the inescapably catchy "Ride Wit Me." It also showcases his ability to tackle different styles, with the love jam "Dilemma" (a duet with Kelly Rowland), and the melancholy ballad "Over and Over," an unlikely collaboration with country superstar Tim McGraw. Things end on a high note with the percolating posse cut "Grillz," an iced-out anthem featuring Paul Wall and St. Lunatics homies Ali and Gipp.