New Song: Nelly – ‘Stepped On My J’s’ (ft. JD & Ciara)

Published: Friday 9th May 2008 by Sam
Nelly - 'Stepped On My J's' (ft. JD & Ciara) With the release of Nelly’s ‘Brass Knuckles’ fast approaching, a new cut from the set has surfaced. ‘Stepped On My J’s’, which features Jermaine Dupri and R&B star Ciara, sees the St. Louis native re-embrace the gritty, yet radio friendly sound that made his debut so great. I must say, I’m really liking this one. ‘Brass Knuckles’ hits stores June 24th.

 

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  1. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    hawt

  2. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    ci is just hot. anything she touches is golden

  3. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    it’s a hit

  4. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    I LOVE IT…JUST PICTURE THE VIDEO! DO THE DAMN THING NELLY AND CIARA WAS A GOOD LOOK TOO!

  5. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    Anyone else notice that bit near the end sounds EXACTLY like that J-Kwon track ‘Tipsy’…

  6. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    This afternoon Terrance Dean, author of the new hip-hop-tell-all, Hiding in Hip-Hop, was a guest on the Wendy Williams Radio Show. The shock jock didn’t grill him as hard as I expected, but she and her sidekick managed to drop some names that Dean wouldn’t.

    Dean mainly reveals this is his life story and memoirs, not necessarily about “DL” men in hip-hop. His mother and two brothers died of H**/A*** and he struggled with his sexuality for a large part of his life.

    In an odd part of the interview, which is bound to cause some controversy in the gay community, Dean says he was molested by another man at the age of 13 — according to him, before this assault he never had feelings for the same s**. I already know some people will interpret that as him saying he is gay because he was molested. However, Wendy didn’t probe further so I am a little hesitant to make that assumption. All of the stats reflect that people remain their sexual orientation even after sexual assault.

    Hiding in Hip-Hop is in stores Tuesday, May 13th. Click below to hear the interview.

    http://claycane.blogspot.com/2008/05/terrance-dean-interview-on-wendy.html

  7. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    s*** is whack

  8. Anonymous May 9, 2008

    s*** is hot

  9. Anonymous May 10, 2008

    i was a bit hesitant at first to listen to it but thank god i did it is a really good track & ci held it down

  10. Anonymous July 31, 2008

    He bit that video concept from UNI. An Inglewood independent group. Check it out the video is called K.R.E.A.M. (Kicks Rule Every Thing Around Me)Its a better song and video with more shoes too.

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