Nelly ft. Fergie - Party People

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Nelly , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
Polow Da Don
Album:
Brass Knuckles

Last fall, Midwest favorite Nelly dropped his single, Wadsyaname, the first off his forthcoming album Brass Knuckles.  Unfortunately for Nelly, the single crashed and burned at radio and the album was pushed back indefinitely.  After taking time to hop back in the studio and redraft the album’s contents, Nelly has unleashed Party People.  Produced by Usher’s new best friend, Polow da Don, this meant-for-the-club single features the singing… and rapping… of the Black Eyed Peas very sexy, Fergie.  While an interchangeable chorus features un-Midwestern chopped n’ screwed vocals, the bassline will certainly favor Nelly’s reappearance in the club.  Brass Knuckles will be released this June.

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