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8 thoughts on “ Body On Me - Nelly - Brass Knuckles (CD, Album) ”

  1. Main Album Brass Knuckles. Release Date September 15, Label. Universal Music. Format Digital Download. Duration Release Info. Studio Recording ; Submit Corrections. Nelly Brass Knuckles (Digital Download - Universal Music #) Overview.
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  3. In all honesty it's probably one of the better mainstream albums I heard this year and it's possibly Nelly's best album. I wasn't expecting him to push any bounderies, but with the title Brass Knuckles and the cover you would expect the album to be a bit harder, but he remains in the club with the ladies.
  4. Listen to Brass Knuckles by Nelly on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends.
  5. " Body on Me " is a song by rapper/singer Nelly featuring singer/producer Akon and singer Ashanti. It was recorded for Ashanti's fourth album The Declaration and Nelly's fifth studio album Brass Knuckles. The track is produced by Akon and Giorgio Tuinfort.
  6. Release date delays and hype that just doesn't pan out are nothing new or rare in the world of urban music, but Nelly's release could be the quintessential result. Fitting squarely in the middle of the "troubled album" spectrum, Brass Knuckles is neither a disaster nor a brilliant mistake.
  7. Cause you shakin it all for me, Givin it all to me Rubbin that body on me Keep on shakin it all for me, Givin it all to me Rubbin that body on me [Verse 1: Nelly] Hey how you doin mama I need to know ur name You givin me the eye eye Im givin you the same It just hit me right now What we should do today Go tell you friends bye bye And lets go.
  8. Sep 12,  · Editors’ Notes Like many hip-hop artists who owe their success to crossover club hits and are now fighting against the tide of irrelevance, Nelly spends a noticeable portion of Brass Knuckles overselling his masculinity. Once an artist who knew how to have fun on swift-moving club tracks like “Hot In Herre” and “Country Grammar,” Nelly comes off like a steroidal maniac on “U Ain.

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