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Nelly: Constant Success

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Nelly is a hip hop artist that became famous in the year 2000. His real name is Cornell Haynes Jr. and he was born in Austin, Texas on November 2, 1978. Nellyville was his breakthrough album; it established Nelly as one of the most famous rappers in the country. In 2002, Nelly released Hot in Herre, one of his most popular songs. Later, he released Dilemma, which featured vocals by Kelly Rowland, a member of Destiny’s Child. He won two Grammy Awards, one for Best Male Rap Solo Performance and one that he shared with Kelly Rowland for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. In 2006, Nelly has a new #1 hit, it is called Grillz and it features Paul Wall.

As an actor, Nelly had a starring role in Snipes, an independent release film. He also appeared in the remake of The Longest Yard, a classic film of Burt Reynolds. In the new version of The Longest Yard, Nelly is starring along Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Burt Reynolds. Some songs of Nelly are: “Country Grammar”, “E.I.”, “Ride Wit Me”, “Batter Up”, “#1”, “Hot in Herre”, “Dilemma”, “Air Force Ones”, “Work It”, “Pimp Juice”, “Shake Ya Tailfeather”, “Iz U”, “Flap Your Wings”, “My Place”, “Tilt Ya Head Back”, “Over and Over”, “Na-Nana-Na”, “N Dey Say”, “Errtime”, “Fly Away”, “Grillz” and “Nasty Girls.” Nelly is part of the owners of the Charlotte Bobcats, an NBA expansion team. He is also a co-sponsor of Pimp Juice, a non-carbonated sports energy drink.

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