Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
|What two-lettered song is a video for Nelly?||Nelly
"E.I.". "E.I." was off of "Country Grammar" and was Nelly's fourth video. Hope you enjoyed my quiz on Nelly!
|What was the first video off of Nelly's second CD?||Nelly
"Hot In Herre". "Hot in Herre" is the 1st song on "Nellyville".
|What was the second CD that Nelly made in 2002?||Nelly
Nellyville. "Nellyville" included the hit "Hot In Herre". It was released June 25th, 2002.
|What was the name of Nelly's video that involved baseball?||Nelly
"Batter Up". "Batter Up" was the last video off of "Country Grammar". Actually, Nelly almost became a professional baseball player.
|What song by NSync did Nelly sing in the remix of it?||Nelly
Girlfriend. NSync and Nelly made a video of the remix of "Girlfriend". He lived in suburban University City.
|Where are Nelly and the St. Lunatics based?||Nelly
St. Louis. Nelly and the St. Lunatics are based in St. Louis, Missouri. The St. Lunatics are Nelly, Ali, City Spud, Slo Down, Kyjuan, and Murphy Lee.
|What was the first video Nelly made?||Nelly
"Country Grammar". "Country Grammar" was off the CD with the same name. Nelly loved to tell stories and write rhymes as a kid.
|"#_" was on the "Training Day" soundtrack. What is the missing number?||Nelly
1. "#1" was his fifth video, but was not on his CD "Country Grammar"
|What was the name of Nelly's debut CD, released in mid-2000?||Nelly
Country Grammar. "Country Grammar" contained the songs "Ride Wit Me" and "Batter Up". Nelly's real name is Cornell Hayes Jr.
November 2. He was born on November 2, 1978, in Austin, Texas (US). He was raised in St-Louis.
|What song are these lyrics from? "It really ain't that strange, now that I think about it, I came up in the game, changed everything about it."||Nelly The Rapper
"Splurge". The other songs are on the same album, but don't talk about the same things.
|Are these lyrics from "Batter Up"? "I went from fantasies to dreams, dreams to bigger things".||Nelly The Rapper
Yes. This is the part sung by Murphy Lee.
Country Grammar. He said in an interview that he wanted to keep singing until his popularity takes a drop.
Texas. Nelly moved around when he was young, living in both Texas and Missouri. He moved to Spain when he was very young.
1996. That song was one of Nelly's most famous songs at that time.
Cornell Haynes. We never hear his real name, but a couple of biographies say it is Cornell Haynes Jr.
"Hot In Herre". The other songs were released quite a bit before, on Nelly's first album.
|Here's a different question: What is the name of Nelly's record company?||Nelly's Lyrics
Universal. Universal is also the record company of such people as The Vines, Norah Jones, and Robbie Williams.
|"Kijuan where you gettin those colors are you _____ them?"||Nelly Quiz
dyin'. This is from "Air Force Ones". "Air Force Ones" advertises Nike's Air Force Ones. You always see Murphy Lee, Nelly, and the St. Lunatics holding them in the music video.