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The 20th-anniversary edition of Country Grammar will be released as an expanded deluxe edition with bonus tracks “Icey,” “Come Over,” “Country Grammar (Instrumental),” and “Ride Wit Me (Instrumental),” all four on vinyl for the first time. Country Grammar is the debut studio album by Nelly released on June 27, 2000. The expanded edition will be available on translucent blue vinyl with a gatefold.
The album introduced a unique St. Louis-Midwestern sound and was supported by four successful singles: “Country Grammar (Hot Shit)”, “E.I.”, “Ride wit Me” and “Batter Up.” Country Grammar received positive reviews from critics praising Nelly’s vocal style and the album’s production. In 2016, Country Grammar became the ninth hip-hop album to be certified Diamond by the Recording Industry Association of America. Its commercial success secured Nelly’s status as one of the most successful hip-hop acts of the 2000s, ranking him as the third most successful act of that decade. Country Grammar ranks as the 85th best selling album of all time.
A1. Intro A2. St. Louie A3. Greed, Hate, Envy A4. Country Grammar (Hot ....) A5. Steal The Show A6. Interlude
B1. Ride Wit Me B2. E.I. B3. Thicky Thick Girl B4. For My B5. Utha Side
C1. Tho Dem Wrappas C2. Wrap Sumden C3. Batter Up C4. Never Let 'Em C U Sweat C5. Luven Me C6. Outro
D1. Icey D2. Come Over D3. Country Grammar (Instrumental) D4. Ride Wit Me (Instrumental)