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Nelly was introduced to the world through his 2000 debut solo album 'Country Grammar' - the album was a huge success, spawning a smash single by the same name.  The record went platinum nine times over in the United States and debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, peaking at No. 1. The first single, also called "Country Grammar," reached No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and No. 1 on the rap chart. The second single, "Ride wit Me," featured St. Lunatic member City Spud and hit No. 3. Nelly's next four albums all made it to the top three on the Billboard chart, with the singles routinely making the top 20 and four of them going to No. 1. 

The following year, Nelly headed back into the studio with St. Lunatics, and the group released its first album, Free City, which went platinum in the United States. Striking while the iron was still hot, Nelly released Nellyville, his second solo record, in 2002. The album hit the Billboard album charts at No. 1 and was nominated for album of the year at the 2003 Grammy Awards.

In 2004 Nelly released two studio albums, Sweat (an R&B album) and Suit (a more rap-oriented album). Suit debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard albums chart, and Sweat debuted at No. 2, keeping Nelly riding high in the music world. In the winter of 2005, the inevitable Sweatsuit was released. A compilation of songs from Sweat and Suit, with three new tracks, Sweatsuit launched "Grillz" into the No. 1 spot, and "Flap Your Wings" and "My Place" also burned up the charts.

In 2008, Nelly launched Brass Knuckles, his fifth studio album, which reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The highest-charting single, "Party People," peaked at No. 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and the next two singles, "Stepped on My J'z" and "Body on Me," peaked at No. 90 and No. 42, respectively. In 2010, Nelly released the album 5.0., featuring the hits "Just a Dream" (No. 3), "Move That Body" and "Gone," the sequel to his 2002 hit "Dilemma."

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