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American rapper, singer, songwriter, entrepreneur, investor, and occasional actor from St. Louis, Missouri. Wikipedia

  • Nelly discography

    American rapper Nelly has released seven studio albums, two compilation albums, one remix album, three extended plays, two mixtapes, 48 singles (including fourteen as a featured performer), three promotional singles and 48 music videos. Also a member of the hip hop group St. Lunatics, which also includes fellow rappers Ali, City Spud and Murphy Lee, and Kyjuan. Wikipedia

  • Record label founded by rapper Nelly who is the CEO. Ali. Wikipedia

  • The Best of Nelly

    Compilation album by rapper Nelly released in Japan on February 4, 2009. 1) Country Grammar (Hot Shit) - 4:47 :: Originally appears on Country Grammar (2000) Wikipedia

  • Da Derrty Versions: The Reinvention

    Remix album by American rapper Nelly, released on November 25, 2003. 1) "Intro" (1:25) Wikipedia

  • Jay E

    American record producer, entrepreneur and DJ. Co-founder of the production team Basement Beats. Wikipedia

  • Nellyville

    Second studio album by American rapper Nelly. Released on June 25, 2002, by Universal Records and the indie label Fo' Reel. Wikipedia

  • 5.0

    Sixth major label studio album by American hip hop artist Nelly. Released through Universal Motown Records and Derrty (Universal Music Group) on November 12, 2010. Wikipedia

  • Akon discography

    The discography of Akon, a Senegalese American singer, songwriter, rapper and music producer, consists of five studio albums, four mixtapes, one extended play, thirty eight singles, eight promotional singles and ninety-two music videos. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, Akon lived in Senegal with his family until the age of seven, when they returned to the United States to live in New Jersey. Wikipedia

  • Rico Love

    American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, but split his childhood between Milwaukee, Wisconsin and New York City's Harlem neighborhood. Wikipedia

  • Dilemma (song)

    Song by American rapper Nelly, featuring American singer Kelly Rowland. Released on July 30, 2002, as the third single from Nelly's second studio album Nellyville , and the lead single from Rowland's debut solo studio album Simply Deep (2002) after radio stations started playing the song during the release of Nellyville. Wikipedia

  • Country Grammar

    Debut studio album by American rapper Nelly. Released on June 27, 2000, by Universal Records. Wikipedia

  • Benny Boom

    American rapper, music video director, and motion picture director. Best known for directing the 2017 Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me. Wikipedia

  • American rapper, best known as a member of the hip hop group St. Lunatics. Also the CEO of his own label, U C Me Entertainment. Wikipedia

  • Hour-long musical television program, usually hosted by a VJ, that aired on Canadian music television station MuchMusic from 1996 to 2017. One of the longest-running programs that has aired on MuchMusic since the channel's debut. Wikipedia

  • Akon

    Senegalese-American singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and actor from New Jersey. He rose to prominence in 2004 following the release of "Locked Up", the first single from his debut album Trouble (2004), followed by the second single "Lonely." Wikipedia

  • T.I. discography

    American rapper T.I. has released eleven studio albums, one compilation album, one remix album, four extended plays (EPs), 13 mixtapes, 110 singles (including 61 as a featured artist) and 11 promotional singles. He has also released one music video album and over 60 music videos, the details of which are included in his videography. Wikipedia

  • Brass Knuckles (album)

    Fifth studio album by American recording artist Nelly, released on September 16, 2008 after several delays. In 2008 Nelly embarked on The Brass Knuckles Tour in support of the album. Wikipedia

  • American record producer, songwriter, and rapper. Jones has produced a variety of singles for a multitude of artists including "Anaconda" by Nicki Minaj (2014), "Love In This Club" by Usher (2008), "Buttons" by the Pussycat Dolls (2006), "M.I.L.F. $" by Fergie (2016), "Baby By Me" by 50 Cent (2009), "Throw Some D's" by Rich Boy (2007), and "John" by Lil Wayne (2011), among others. Wikipedia

  • Hip-hop music sound made popular by a number of St. Louis, Missouri hip-hop artists and musical production teams, which include Basement Beats (Jason "Jay-E" Epperson, Waiel "Wally Beamin" Yaghnam, Lavelle "City Spud" Webb and Jayson "Koko" Bridges), The Trak Starz (Alonzo "Zo" Lee Jr. & Shamar “Sham” Daugherty), The Trackboyz (Mark Williams and Joe Kent) production teams and Steve “Blast” Wills, who claims to be the originator of "St. Louis Bounce". Popular throughout the first decade of the 2000s. Wikipedia

  • Snoop Dogg discography

    The discography of American rapper Snoop Dogg comprises 17 studio albums, five collaborative albums, 16 compilation albums, three extended plays, 25 mixtapes, 175 singles (including 112 as a featured artist), and 16 promotional singles. He has sold over 12.5 million albums in the United States and 37 million albums worldwide. Wikipedia

  • Kelly Rowland

    American singer-songwriter, actress and television personality. She rose to fame in the late 1990s as a member of Destiny's Child, one of the world's best-selling girl groups of all time. Wikipedia

  • Lil Wayne

    American rapper, singer, songwriter, record executive, entrepreneur, and actor. Regarded by many contemporaries as one of the most influential hip hop artists of his generation, and often cited as one of the greatest rappers of all time. Wikipedia

  • Marc Klasfeld

    American music video director. He has directed over two hundred music videos for artists such as Slipknot, Sum 41, Katy Perry, Jay-Z, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Britney Spears, Kid Rock, Michael Bublé, Nelly, Foo Fighters, Kelly Clarkson, Charli XCX, Little Mix, Nick Jonas, Twenty One Pilots, Avril Lavigne, Aerosmith and many others with multiple award wins and nominations. Wikipedia

  • T.I.

    American rapper, singer, songwriter, actor, record producer, and entrepreneur. He signed his first major-label record deal in 1999 with Arista subsidiary LaFace. Wikipedia

  • Ashanti (singer)

    American singer, songwriter, record producer, model and actress. First discovered as a teenager and later signed to Murder Inc. in 2002. Wikipedia

  • Avery Storm

    American singer. Di Stasio grew up in a working-class Italian-American family in New Jersey. Wikipedia

  • List of Soul Train episodes

    American musical variety television program, which aired in syndication from 1971 until 2006. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco and gospel artists have also appeared. Wikipedia

  • Justin Timberlake

    American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer. Born and raised in Tennessee, he appeared on the television shows Star Search and The All-New Mickey Mouse Club as a child. Wikipedia

  • T-Pain

    American rapper, singer, songwriter, record producer and streamer. Released in 2005. Wikipedia

  • Pharrell Williams

    American singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer, fashion designer and entrepreneur. With close friend Chad Hugo, he formed the hip hop and R&B production duo The Neptunes in the early 1990s, with whom he has produced songs for various recording artists. Wikipedia


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  • The tactic paid off when the albums debuted at No. 2 and No. 1 respectively in the Billboard charts, making Guns N' Roses the only act to achieve this feat until hip hop artist Nelly in 2004.Guns N' Roses-Wikipedia
  • It was banned on the BET channel, after complaints from Benzino and others (but was later reinstated, as critics of the ban argued that Nelly's "Tip Drill" video could be seen).Eminem-Wikipedia
  • 50 Cent was ranked the sixth-best artist of the 2000s and the third-best rapper (behind Eminem and Nelly) by Billboard.50 Cent-Wikipedia
  • In 2003, Rowland received eight nominations and won five for the single "Dilemma" (duet with American rapper Nelly) for international awards.Kelly Rowland-Wikipedia
  • When CBS aired Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004, MTV was again chosen to produce the halftime show, with performances by such artists as Nelly, P. Diddy, Janet Jackson, and Justin Timberlake.MTV-Wikipedia
  • The band entered their next decade by co-headlining with NSYNC the Super Bowl XXXV halftime show, titled "The Kings of Rock and Pop", with appearances from Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige and Nelly.Aerosmith-Wikipedia

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