Knowledge Identifier: +Nelly
Air Jordan - Of particular note, there is an Olympic colorway, a Nelly version apparently inspired by the rap artist Nelly and a shoe that combines the colors of all the teams that the Bulls defeated in the NBA Finals, acting as the 'sixth shoe' since only five separate teams were defeated for the Bulls to win six championships; the Utah Jazz was defeated twice, in 1997 and 1998
Kelly Rowland - In 2002, Rowland teamed up with rapper Nelly to record the chorus and bridge vocals on the track "Dilemma" for his album "Nellyville"
Ray Lewis - Lewis has been referenced in television shows such as "The Wire", films such as "The Rundown", and in music videos, such as in Mario's "Just a Friend 2002" and Nelly's "Heart of a Champion"
Dangerously in Love - Rowland collaborated with American rapper Nelly on the song "Dilemma" as a featured artist; it became a hit that year, leading the label to advance the release date of her debut solo album, "Simply Deep", in late 2002
Andy Houston - In 2003, Houston was still running races for Billy Ballew and Nelly when Vokal became his primary sponsor, until Billy ran out of money to run two trucks
Apple Bottoms - "'Apple Bottoms"' is a fashion and lifestyle brand for women launched in 2003 by rap artist Nelly, Yomi Martin and Ian Kelly
My World 2.0 - With "My World" peaking at number five that week, he became the first artist to occupy two top-five positions since Nelly in 2004
Grill (jewelry) - During this time, grills frequently appeared in hip hop music, most notably in the 2005 number one single "Grillz," by Nelly, Paul Wall, Big Gipp, and Ali, and in other Paul Wall songs
In the summer of 2009, Nelly made a public announcement in Las Vegas about the yet-to-be-titled album.
The second single "Move That Body", which features T-Pain and Akon, was released on October 12, 2010.
T-Pain - In the last two quarters of 2010, he was featured on hit singles like Pitbull's "Hey Baby " and Nelly's "Move That Body
On July 4, 2012, via his Twitter, Nelly announced his seventh studio album would be titled "M.O."
On Friday April 10, 2015, Nelly's tour bus was interrupted by a traffic stop because of non-conforming U.S. Department of Transportation and International Fuel Tax Association stickers and subsequently searched by Tennessee state troopers which netted methamphetamine, marijuana, over 100 ziplock bags and numerous handguns, including a gold-plated 50-caliber Desert Eagle pistol
Jeff Stinco - On 18 September 2015, the band released a second song from the fifth studio album, "I Don't Wanna Be Sad," and a third called "I Don't Wanna Go to Bed," featuring rapper Nelly on 16 October 2015
David Desrosiers - On 18 September 2015, the band released a second song from the fifth studio album, "I Don't Wanna Be Sad," and a third called "I Don't Wanna Go to Bed," featuring rapper Nelly on 16 October 2015