VIDEO: Nelly Hints At Possible Feature On Dr. Dre’s ‘Detox’


DJ Vlad has an over the phone interview with rapper Nelly and gets the St. Louis native to speak on his recent visit to the studio with Dr. Dre.  In fact, Nelly explains that they weren’t collaborating for anything on his latest LP but rather for the Dre.  Take a look as Nelly explains that he’s not sure what the music will be used for but does hint at a possible feature on the mysterious project which at this point feel more like an urban legend or a myth.  As the conversation continued, Nelly opened on his feelings about the merging of country and Hip Hop, the Florida Georgia Line and more.

VIDEO: Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, Nelly & More Talk Best Hip Hop Moments Of Summer 2013


Vibe TV was live on the Sprite’s green carpet to capture some commentary from a few big names on personal favorite moments that went down in Hip Hop during this past summer.  Take a look as Tiara Thomas and Rick Ross speak highly of Wale’s “Bad” single and much more.  Rappers Nelly and Ace Hood collectively agree that the reunion of the Hot Boyz was a memorable moment for them while Floyd Mayweather shares his thoughts on J. Cole’s Born Sinner.  Yo Gotti, Mack Wilds and DJ Scream also make an appearance and speak on Kendrick Lamar’s “Control” verse.

VIDEO: Nelly Performs “Rick James” On Good Morning America


Rapper turned actor Nelly catches up with the good folks over at Good Morning America for a brief interview and live performance of his new single “Rick James” featured on his upcoming M.O. album.  The Real Husbands of Hollywood actor shared with viewers the motivation behind his seventh solo album and addressed why he collaborating with artists from genres outside of Hip Hop.  Watch as Nelly takes the stage and performs alongside surprise guest T.I. for viewers in-studio and at home to see.

VIDEO: Nelly Interview w/ Power 105’s The Breakfast Club | Pt. 1


Nelly stops by radio station Power 105 for an interview with The Breakfast Club.  Speaking candidly, Nelly shares his thoughts on his role on the hit BET television show Real Husbands Of Hollywood, the current state of music and Ageism in Hip Hop, his new collaboration with Miley Cyrus and much more.  The rapper turned actor also gives insight behind his new role alongside Sylvester Stallone in an upcoming film due out next year in the Spring.  Sidebar: Angela Yee also takes the opportunity to throw a quick jab in the direction of LaLa Anthony after Honey Nut Cheerios ends up at one point being the topic of discussion.

AUDIO: Nelly – Ciroc & Simply Lemonade Ft. Yo Gotti


Nelly drops a new song today called “Ciroc & Simply Lemonade” which will be featured on the St. Louis native’s upcoming M.O. LP.  The track  finds Nelly having some fun in club while he lays down mellow pimp raps and entices the ladies with Ciroc Vodka and Simply Lemonade.  Nelly’s latest offering definitely plays out like the perfect night life jam and radio smash.

AUDIO: Nelly – 100K Feat. 2 Chainz


Nelly steps back out into the spotlight with his new single “100K” featuring G.O.O.D. Music artist 2 Chainz.  The track finds the St. Louis native experimenting for a new sound as he switches up his flow by rapping with a slurred and lazy delivery.  In the spirit of reinvention, Nelly sets the stage for a fitting 2 Chainz feature that finds the artist right at home over the track’s slappin’ bass and haunting synth work.

PHOTO: Nelly Live From KissFM on #TheWeekendMixtape


IMG_4405Uh oooohhh! Yes, I finally got to see Nelly in person.  Recently, while holding it down for another weekly episode of Kiss FM’s The Weekend Mixtape with the Skee TV crew, the St. Louis rapper decided to made a special appearance for viewers streaming at home.  He talked about past experiences and was open about his positive attitude for the future of his music.  In fact, Nelly Mentioned he was in the works with his new music and that he indeed was in the studio again recording a new album.  At one point in time Nelly was changing the game and had everybody loving Country Grammar. Respect is given where it’s due.