He won’t win points for spelling or subtlety (”I feel like bustin’ loose and I feel like touchin’ you,” he announces). But Nelly’s first single from his ”Nellyville” album works up an effortless summertime R&B-rap sweat. With the Neptunes providing slinky beats behind him, the song percolates like Mr. Coffee in, er, heatt.
Hot in HerreHe won't win points for spelling or subtlety (''I feel like bustin' loose and I feel like touchin' you,'' he announces). But Nelly's first single from...Hot in HerreHip-Hop/RapHe won't win points for spelling or subtlety (''I feel like bustin' loose and I feel like touchin' you,'' he announces). But Nelly's first single from...2002-06-14
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap; Lead Performer: Nelly; Producer (group): Universal
Posted June 14 2002 — 12:00 AM EDT
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