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(2001) Performed on Jagged Edge's popular track, "Where Da Party At?"

(December 7, 1999) Formed his own entertainment production company, "Flush Entertainment."

(2001): Appeared in music video for Jay Z , "Izzo (H.O.V.A.)".

(August 2001) Pre-release of the song and music video for "#1", which was featured on the soundtrack for the movie Training Day (2001) and subsequently included on Nelly's second studio album, "Nellyville," released 2002.

(June 25, 2002) Release of the single and music video for "Air Force Ones" featuring the St. Lunatics, from Nelly's second studio album "Nellyville."

(September 11, 2001) Release of St. Lunatics featuring Nelly's single and music video for "Batter Up," from Nelly's 2000 album "Country Grammar." The song was released to radio on the morning of the 9/11 attacks, which was not intentional.

(2000) Release of his debut single and music video for "Country Grammar (Hot Shit)," from his "Country Grammar" album.

(2002) Release of the single and music video for "Dilemma" featuring Kelly Rowland from Nelly's second studio album, "Nellyville."

(2000) Release of the single and music video for "E.I.," taken from Nelly's debut album "Country Grammar."

(April 16, 2002) Release of the single "Hot In Herre" featuring Dani Stevenson, from Nelly's second studio album "Nellyville."

(April 2001) Release of the single and music video for "Ride Wit Me," as the third single from Nelly's debut album "Country Grammar." "Ride Wit Me" peaked at #3 on the Billboard US Hot 100 chart, and peaked within the top ten in Australia, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway and the UK.

(2002) Release of his second studio album, "Nellyville."

(May 29, 2005) Release of the song and music video for "Get It Poppin'" by Fat Joe featuring Nelly.

(2005) Public Service Announcement (PSA) TV commercial for Budweiser beer responsible drinking.

(2001) Appeared in the music video for Jagged Edge's "Where The Party At".

(October 2005) US release of the single and music video for "Nasty Girl" by The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Jagged Edge, Sean Combs (as Diddy), Avery Storm, and Nelly.

(April 2008) Appeared in the music video for Usher Raymond's single, "Love In This Club," along with Keri Hilson, Kanye West, Sean Combs (as Diddy), Nelly, and Rick Ross, directed by brothers Colin Strause and Greg Strause.

(March 25, 2008) Release of the single and music video for Rick Ross's "Here I Am" featuring Nelly and Avery Storm, from Ross's third album, "Trilla."

(April 2013) Release of the breakthrough single "Cruise," by country music duo Florida Georgia Line, featuring Nelly.

(2013) Release of his seventh studio album, "M.O.".

(2014) TV commercial "Bee Got Swag" featuring Billy West as the voice of BuzzBee, and Nelly as himself.

(January 16, 2006) UK release of the single and music video for "Nasty Girl" by The Notorious B.I.G. featuring Jagged Edge, Sean Combs (as Diddy), Avery Storm, and Nelly. The single reached #1 in the United Kingdom.

(December 24, 2011) Release of "O.E.MO," his first ever "official" solo mix tape. The title stands for "On Everything MO."

(July 2, 2013) Release on iTunes of single "Get Like Me," featuring Nicki Minaj and Pharrell Williams, the second single from his seventh studio album, "M.O."

(February 2013) Release of "Hey Porsche," the lead single from Nelly's seventh studio album, "M.O." "Hey Porsche" peaked at #42 on the Billboard US Hot 100 chart, but did better internationally, hitting the top ten in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, and the UK.

(April 16, 2002) Release of the music video for "Hot In Herre," by Nelly featuring Dani Stevenson, with appearances by Cedric the Entertainer, NBA star Carmelo Anthony, NBA star Jalen Rose, NFL rookie T.J. Duckett, and NFL rookie Julius Peppers.

(January 28, 2001) Performed "Walk This Way", with Aerosmith and *NSYNC, during the Super Bowl XXXV Halftime Show.


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