Nelly's latest single 'Hey Porsche' uses suggestive language in the lyrics like, "Come on, let me slide under so I can work on you" that could be directed to a car or a girl. The new music video for the song plays off both those ideas when it depicts Nelly meeting a girl at a desert gas station and taking her for a ride in a Porsche.
Nelly got down and dirty at his video shoot Tuesday (Jan. 29) for his latest single, 'Hey Porsche.' The St. Louis rhymer film the clip in the desert outside of Los Angeles. Nelly decided to share some pictures from the set on his Instagram page.
Nelly is back and he's eyeing the pop charts with his radio-friendly single 'Hey Porsche.' The song follows the formula of his 2010 hit 'Just a Dream' with its twangy rock guitar riffs and sing-songy rap flows.
Nelly says he is still "baffled" over his surprise tour bus raid that occurred a few weeks ago. On Oct. 11, authorities in Sierra Blanca, Texas pulled over his vehicle and found over 10 pounds of marijuana, multiple bags of heroin and a loaded .45 caliber handgun.
We're not sure how this will go down in court, but innocent until proven guilty, right?
The passenger on Nelly's tour bus who admitted that the contraband found (including over 10 pounds of marijuana, small amounts of heroin and a hand gun) were his has plead not guilty to drug possession charges.
Nelly got a scare this morning (Oct. 10) when police detained him and his seven-person entourage at a border control checkpoint in Sierra Blanca, Texas. While the 'Hot in Herre' rapper didn't comment on the allegations earlier when news broke, he's now releasing a statement on the incident.
Nelly's tour bus was raided in Texas on Wednesday (Oct. 10), and authorities found massive amounts of weed, heroin and a loaded gun. According to TMZ, the bus was stopped at a border patrol checkpoint and a police canine detected the presence of contraband in the vehicle.
On any given day, it would be unlikely to find Joe Jonas’s name next to rap superstar Nelly. However, given the fact that these two were just cast as mentors on the upcoming CW music competition 'The Next,' perhaps we can make an exception.
Back in March, B.o.Btold us what to expect of his Nelly-assisted track 'MJ,' which at the time was slated to appear on his second LP, 'Strange Clouds' (in stores this week). Turns out it's actually only available as a bonus cut at Target, and now it's recently made its way online.
The Trayvon Martin case continues to be a polarizing social issue and has caught the attention of celebrities, President Obama and now, artists in the music community. Diddy, Frank Ocean, The-Dream, Nelly and others have posted photos on their Twitter accounts wearing hoodies in remembrance of Trayvon Martin.
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