Country Grammer - Nelly Reviews
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by - written on 04/06/08, updated on 04/06/08 (Very useful, 137 readings)
The 2000 album "Country Grammar" is the debut album by the St. Louis rapper Nelly. He rapper managed to break into audiences across the globe with his debut single "Country Grammar", and from this he decided as the lead member of the rap group St. Lunatics, he should go ahead and go for this alone, with additional collaborations with some of his group in the album. Nelly and the group worked together on the album, and at the time they said that they were going through financial difficulties, (just look at his first video) this is probably the reason why the entire thing was produced by Jay E, who was a local boy. This meant that quite a few ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/01, updated on 15/09/01
As Cash Money and No Limit's artist development shell games wear out their welcome, fresh talent is on its way from America's heartland. On his debut, Country Grammar, St. Louis rapper Nelly demonstrates the kind of exuberant charisma that is largely lacking in the solo artists from both rival New Orleans battalions. With a sound that blends regional styles, most noticeably the sing-song cadence pioneered by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony and the post-Timbaland electro-funk that amplified the reach of Southern bounce, Nelly delivers a fistful of jams to get jeeps crunkin' nationwide. The one-time hustler sprinkles crime-related cautionary tales ("Greed, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/00, updated on 30/11/00 (Very useful, 251 readings)
Nelly is a rising fresh young hip hop artist from St.Louis who has taken the South of America by storm. Normally one associates Hip hop with the ghettos of downtown New York, Harlem, Bronx and so on or LA, but Cornell Haynes Jnr a.k.a. Nelly is from the South from the State of Missori, St. Louis. He has put St.Louis back on the map in terms of music with his chart topping debut album called Country Grammar this Summer, and the single is currently in the UK top 10. I discovered Nelly on a visit to USA this Summer in a club in New Orleans, the instant I heard the track “Country Grammar” I was jumping the track is fresh with hard ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/01, updated on 05/05/01 (Very useful, 137 readings)
Nelly burst out of THE St. Louis underground as part of the St. Lunatics collective, to the top of the USA charts, knocking Eminem off the top spot, and it is easy to see why this album has achieved such success. Though his rapping style may often appear to be the same, after a few listens, his relaxed country drawl, really begins to show some variation and gives the album a greatcoherency that most hip-hop albums lack. Singles 'Country Grammar' and 'EI' sound relatively similar, but they are both cracking commercial rap songs with an underground twist. The produnction is elastic and funky and totally original. What makes Nelly's debut LP so ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/09/01, updated on 22/09/01 (Very useful, 363 readings)
Nelly was a rap artist who popped out about a year ago and look were he has got now. He has firmly established himself in the market and has become very popular. He burst out from St Louis where you would not of heard many rappers coming from. I heard his first single country grammar which brought out the album in a way and it started to sell loads. The album was brought out a while ago but I have only just purchased it and at the time it came out many people on TV were giving it credit which I thought helped ot a lot getting it high into the album charts. He has brought out 4 singles off the album and each one is fantastic in its own way and I will go ... Read the complete review
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