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Nelly -《5.0》[Deluxe Version][iTunes Plus AAC]

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    音乐风格嘻哈/说唱
    发行时间2010年11月16日
    地区美国
    语言英语
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专辑英文名5.0
歌手Nelly
音乐风格嘻哈/说唱
版本[Deluxe Version][iTunes Plus AAC]
发行时间2010年11月16日
地区美国
语言英语
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唱片公司: 2010 Universal Records
音乐类型: Hip Hop/Rap
压缩比率: 256K iTunes Plus AAC
相关链接: iTunes

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一如绝大多数成长于残忍现实街头的黑人少年一般,Nelly早年青春时期的生活在身处美国内陆城市的多元环境中也是充满了各类不同的诱惑。然而幸运地,他的母亲带着当时尚属青少年时期的Nelly一同搬迁至附近郊区的大学校区城镇。而那也是他开始专注发展运动,说书以及撰写饶舌歌词的一个关键点。很快地,他便邀集一些高中同学共同组成了他的首支团体名为St. Lunatics。时至1996年,St. Lunatics透过管道自行发行了一首单曲《Gimmie What You Got》并成为一首在当地广受欢迎的畅销作品。然而,令人沮丧的打击在他们多次尝试以团体之姿与唱片公司签订合约纷纷缎羽而归的情况下,日渐让他们萌生退意。经过全体团员一致的认同表示Nelly具备单飞艺人的强烈特质,四平八稳的演出台风以及一口出色的饶舌技能之后, Nelly的音乐之路顺势开始启程。

这孤注一掷的冒险果然在迅速短暂的时间内让Nelly获得来自Universal Music的注意。2000年,Nelly发表了他个人的首张专辑《Country Grammar》。藉由他极具个人特征的松软恣意吟唱方式以及加重他特有中西部的逗趣南方语调,Nelly不仅以此风格让本身脱身自竞争激烈的饶舌乐界,他的首张专辑同时也成为全美专辑排行榜的冠军宝座并蝉联达7周之久。而也因为原来的兄弟团体St. Lunatics在他个人专辑中的鼎力相助加上深厚的友谊所致,Nelly更透过自己在乐坛逐渐稳固的影响力将St. Lunatics一举推上百家争鸣的饶舌乐坛。2001年,Nelly以其当红炸子鸡的威势促成了St. Lunatics首张专辑《Free City》的发行,而这张专辑也缔造了一首畅销之作《Midwest Swing》。

2000年夏天,嘻哈热浪吹向圣路易斯,一个名叫 Nelly的嘻哈玩家把美国南方俚语与家乡味跟美国中西部摇摆乐搅和一下,靠着饶舌榜冠军曲《Country Grammar(Hot S**t)》打出名堂,首张专辑《Country Grammar/家有家规》勇夺全美流行与节奏蓝调榜双冠王,并连霸流行专辑榜7周冠军王座,辑中的《Ride Wit Me》、《E.I.》等单曲更炒热专辑销售红盘,光是美国就卖出900万张,因为Nelly的走红,嘻哈热力多了点骚劲,还有更多的趣味与霸气。随着 Nelly的知名度持续发烧,这个年仅24岁的歌手创造了多种可能性,成就备受娱乐产业称道,各方乐评与奖项更是源源不断

今年11月份,Nelly将要推出的两张专辑一张是个人专辑《5.0》,另一张是与St.Lunatics组合合作的《City Free》。Nelly的上张录音室大碟《Brass Knuckles》(2008年发行)是他近年来商业上最为失败的一张专辑,发行至今的总销量才刚刚超过五十万张。《Brass Knuckles》在唱片市场上的失败恰好折射出了Nelly在当时录制这张专辑时的糟糕状态,据Nelly本人透露,在录这张专辑的时候,他依然沉浸在姐姐去世的悲痛当中。2005年,Nelly的姐姐Jacqueline Donahue因为白血病而去世,祸不单行,几个月之后,Nelly的祖父也死于癌症。


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A savvy pop-rapper with crossover appeal, Nelly seemed like a novelty when he first debuted in summer 2000 with "Country Grammar (Hot...)," yet he was no one-hit wonder, consistently returning to the pop charts with successive smash hits like "Hot in Herre." His universality is partly rooted in his hometown: the Gateway City, officially known as St. Louis, MO, which set him apart from all of the prevailing... ...More
A savvy pop-rapper with crossover appeal, Nelly seemed like a novelty when he first debuted in summer 2000 with "Country Grammar (Hot...)," yet he was no one-hit wonder, consistently returning to the pop charts with successive smash hits like "Hot in Herre." His universality is partly rooted in his hometown: the Gateway City, officially known as St. Louis, MO, which set him apart from all of the prevailing rap styles of his time. He wasn't from the East or West Coast, nor was he from the South; located in the middle of the United States, St. Louis is a Midwestern city halfway between Minneapolis and New Orleans, built upon on the western banks of the Mississippi River. Nelly's locale certainly informs his rapping style, which is as much country as urban, and his dialect as well, which is as much Southern drawl as Midwestern twang. Plus, Nelly never shied away from a pop-rap approach, embracing a singalong vocal style that made his hooks catchier than most, thanks also in part to his standby producer, Jason "Jay E" Epperson. As a result, Nelly became a rapper capable of crossing practically all boundaries, from the Dirty South to TRL and everything in between. His first hit, "Country Grammar (Hot...)," became a nationwide summer anthem, and many more smash hits followed. His popularity peaked in summer 2002, when he topped seemingly every Billboard chart possible with his Nellyville album and its lead single, "Hot in Herre."

Born Cornell Haynes, Jr., on November 2, 1974, in St. Louis, Nelly moved with his mother from the inner city to slightly more suburban University City as a teen. There he chiefly attended to baseball and rap, forming the St. Lunatics with a group of his peers (including Big Lee, Kyjuan, Murphy Lee, and City Spud). The St. Lunatics enjoyed a regional hit in 1996 with the self-produced single "Gimmie What You Got," but no recording deal was forthcoming. Frustrated with failed attempts to land a recording deal as a group, the St. Lunatics collectively decided that Nelly would have a better chance as a solo act. The rest of the group could follow with solo albums of their own. The gamble paid off, and soon Nelly caught the attention of Universal, who signed him to a solo deal.

His debut album, Country Grammar (2000), featured contributions from the St. Lunatics as well as the Teamsters, Lil Wayne, and Cedric the Entertainer, and thanks to the widespread popularity of lead single "Country Grammar (Hot S**t)," Country Grammar debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 album chart, climbing to the top spot soon afterward. In addition to the Top Ten title track, Country Grammar spawned the hit singles "E.I.," "Ride wit Me," and "Batter Up." In the wake of Nelly's remarkable breakthrough success, he recorded a group album with the St. Lunatics, Free City (2001); released by Universal, the album charted Top Three and spawned a moderate hit, "Midwest Swing," which cracked the Billboard Hot 100 at number 88.

The following summer Nelly returned with his second album, Nellyville (2002), and lived up to his self-proclaimed billing as "#1" (i.e., the title of his 2001 hit from the Training Day soundtrack): Nellyville topped the Billboard album chart while the Neptunes-produced lead single, "Hot in Herre," remained atop the singles chart. In all, Nelly impressively held the number one spot on ten different Billboard charts the week of Nellyville's release, and he remained a chart presence as he released a string of follow-up singles: "Dilemma" (a chart-topper), "Air Force Ones" (a Top Three hit), "Work It" (featuring Justin Timberlake), and "Pimp Juice" (the source of some controversy).

Even after Nellyville ran its course commercially, Nelly's hit streak continued unabated, with "Iz U" (from his stopgap remix album Derrty Versions [2003]) and "Shake Ya Tailfeather" (from the Bad Boys II [2003] soundtrack) keeping him in the spotlight while he readied his separately released double-disc Sweatsuit (2004) project (following the lead of OutKast and R. Kelly, who had both recently released very successful two-disc sets). Sweat and Suit were led by a pair of red-hot singles — "Flap Your Wings" (a club jam) and "My Place" (a slow jam) — and debuted at the top two spots on the Billboard 200 album chart. Follow-up singles included "Tilt Ya Head Back" (featuring Christina Aguilera), "Over and Over" (Tim McGraw), "Na-Na-Na-Na" (Jazze Pha), and "N Dey Say." Sweat and Suit were later bundled as Sweatsuit (2005), along with the new song "Grillz," itself a number one hit. The time between its release and that of Brass Knuckles (2008) was the longest Nelly went between albums to date, though he did collaborate frequently (with Ashanti, R. Kelly, and T.I., to name only a few) during the downtime. The star-studded 5.0 (2010) featured the singles "Just a Dream" (produced by Jim Jonsin) and "Move That Body" (produced by Dr. Luke and Max Martin, featuring Akon and T-Pain).


歌曲试听: ♩♪♫♬ Just A Dream

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专辑曲目

01. I’m Number 1
02. Long Gone
03. She’s So Fly
04. Just A Dream
05. Making Movies
06. Move That Body
07. 1000 Stacks
08. Gone
09. Don’t It Feel Good
10. Broke
11. Liv Tonight
12. Nothing Without Her
13. Go
14. If I Gave U 1
15. k.I.s.s.
16. Giving Her The Grind

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