Yahoo! Music Canada spoke with Nelly about his new album ‘Brass Knuckles’. The rapper talked abou thow the disc as “new, energenic, uptempo, creative and aggressive”, ‘Air Force Ones’ vs. ‘Stepped On My Jays’, teaming with Chuck D. on the album with ‘Self Asteem’, being open to working with any artist “as long as the song is a hit”, learning how to backflip because of Ozzy Smith, how he used to thing he was Easy E back in the day, and more. The interview video has since been removed.
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