The much-delayed fifth album from rapper Nelly will be dropped in June after single 'Party People' is released.
After much hype and no definite release date, Nelly's "Brass Knuckles" is finally getting a new street date. The fifth studio album from the rapper will be dropped in stores on June 24, the same day rappers like Plies, The Game and Three 6 Mafia are scheduled to release their new albums.
"Brass Knuckles" has spawn one single so far called "Wadsyaname" and will release another one called "Party People" on April 1. "Party" is featuring Stacy Ferguson aka Fergie of Black Eyed Peas. A music video has been shot in Los Angeles recently with director Marc Webb.
According to Rap-Up.com, the upcoming album will include collaborations from LL Cool J, T.I., Akon, and Public Enemy's Chuck D. There will be a Ciara-featuring track called "Stepped on My Js" that was produced by Jermaine Dupri and is a tribute to Nike Air Jordans.
"I love Jordans. I've been wearing Jordans since I can remember. Ciara loves Jordans and I thought it was a crazy fit. Ciara, J.D., and I are all from the Jordan era. The song is bananas! I can't wait for people to hear it 'cause CiCi got busy," Nelly told Rap-Up.com.
Nelly's "Party People":