Nelly released his debut album Country Grammar on June 27th, 2000. The album introduced a unique style of St. Louis uptown swing mixed with a twang of Midwestern sound. The album also contained four hit singles: “E.I.,” “Ride Wit Me,” “Batter Up” and the title track, all topping the charts as fan favorites. His first single, “Country Grammar (Hot S***),” peaked at number 7 on the Billboard 100.
Once this album (and his follow-up, Nellyville, dropped a couple of years later), Nelly was solidified as a rapper looking to stay around for a while.
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