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Country Grammar


Download links and information about Country Grammar by Nelly. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:06:35 minutes.

Artist: Nelly
Release date: 2000
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap, Rock
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:06:35
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (feat. Cedric the Entertainer) (featuring Cedric The Entertainer) 1:21
2. St. Louie 4:27
3. Greed, Hate, Envy 4:15
4. Country Grammar (Hot...) 4:47
5. Steal the Show (feat. St. Lunatics) (featuring The St. Lunatics) 5:27
6. Interlude (feat. Cedric the Entertainer) (featuring Cedric The Entertainer) 0:33
7. Ride Wit Me (feat. City Spud) (featuring City Spud) 4:51
8. E.I. 4:45
9. Thicky Thick Girl 4:34
10. For My (feat. Lil Wayne) (featuring Lil Wayne) 4:08
11. Utha Side 4:33
12. Tho Dem Wraps 4:08
13. Wrap Sumden 4:15
14. Batter Up (feat. Ali & Murphy Lee) (featuring Murphy Lee, Ali) 5:27
15. Never Let 'Em C U Sweat 4:14
16. Luven Me 4:07
17. Outro (feat. Cedric the Entertainer) (featuring Cedric The Entertainer) 0:43



Less a rapper than an affably eccentric vocal stylist, Nelly initially drew ire from Hip-Hop purists who claimed that his childlike singsong delivery, shimmering pop inflected beats, and transparently ersatz thug persona did a disservice to the genre. Those who criticize Nelly on the basis of inherited notions about the boundaries of hip-hop are missing out on some of the best pop music of the decade. Sure, some aspects of Nelly’s persona may be laughable but that doesn’t stop the deliriously salacious “E.I.” from being one of the most infectious chant along chart hits this side of the Dixie Cups’ “Iko Iko”. Though they may be simple in comparison with the tongue-twisting cadences of east coast rappers, Nelly’s schoolyard rhymes are delivered with the skill and verve of a seasoned entertainer. The knowing entendres of “Thicky Thicky Girl” and “Ride With Me” trade on the type of joyously leering come-ons that have been an essential component of R&B since its inception. A truly accomplished debut, Country Grammar cloaks its old school R&B roots in enticing pop production and a contemporary lyrical sensibility.