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Nelly Ride Wit Me for Throwback Thursday

Nelly Ride Wit Me for Throwback Thursday

Welcome to another Thursday as that mean we are closer to the weekend. Once again, it’s time to check out my weekly playlist and featured track. My week started off with the Scrappy/Trillville album and then the new one from Gunna. Quik is the Name from the legendary DJ Quik and then the new mixtape from Jim Jones with DJ Drama. Pac Life from 2Pac, Culture from Migos and the Slim Shady LP was also played. We also had some R&B with the New Life joint from Monica and OnMyRadio by Musiq Soulchild. As always, there were plenty to choose from for my Throwback Thursday joint this week. We are going back to 2000 for this one and it’s none other than Nelly. Back in June of 200, Nelly released his debut album Country Grammar. Country Grammar went #1 and it eventually sold over 10 million records.

The album went Diamond and it made Nelly arguably the biggest star in rap besides Eminem. Jay-Z would eventually shout him out along with Eminem for moving units. Nelly released four singles off the album and one of them is my Throwback Thursday joint. Ride Wit Me was the third single and it dropped in March of 2001. Very smooth track and one of my favorite tracks of all-time from Nelly. Ride Wit Me featured one of the members of his St. Lunatics crew City Spud. Ride Wit Me is a great record and the Country Grammar album was nice also. Check out the video for Ride Wit Me up above. You can peep the track listing to Country Grammar and the stream link below.


  1. Intro ft. Cedric the Entertainer
  2. Louie
  3. Greed, Hate, Envy
  4. Country Grammar (Hot Shit)
  5. Steal the Show ft. St. Lunatics
  6. Interlude ft. Cedric the Entertainer
  7. Ride Wit Me ft. City Spud
  8. I.
  9. Thicky Thick Girl ft. Murphy Lee & Ali
  10. For My ft. Lil Wayne
  11. Utha Side
  12. Tho Dem Wrappas
  13. Wrap Sumden ft. St. Lunatics
  14. Batter Up ft. Murphy Lee & Ali
  15. Never Let ‘Em C U Sweat ft. The Teamsters
  16. Luven Me
  17. Outro ft. Cedric the Entertainer

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