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folks next stop. st. louis is finest, nelly. i admire the sky has been ada for 22 years. i think he just got some lifetime achievement award. oh for the v e tina or we'll talk to him about that. he's got a new album. come and i called heart lad. then the eyes always coming from the heart. this time, literally the heartless nelly right after this. on dennis miller flush, $138.00 volkswagen, the dentist miller plus one. and we're happy to welcome nellie to the show. it's so funny what i think adela, i think of with a young man didn't know it when they had read, but i just remember were just talking a little off the air after 20 years. they give you a meritus status. these 3 time grammy winner and he was recently honored at the 2021 b e t hip awards for his 22 years in the business. all of
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a sudden you become the wiser, the wiser little character latest album, heart land is now available where you buy your music. please welcome nellie. how are you? huh. i'm good umbrella. how are you? a beautiful baby. i got to say we share a lot of st. louis may i, when i used to go in as a young comedian, we would go up the day go hill. i know they can't call it that anymore. the best italian on the planet earth, the whatever they call it now, and there's up to world that back then was proud. did he go? hell, we love that man. yeah, thank you man. yeah, we just call it in that we just call it a stuart historic st. louis place, man. and um, you know, driving with culture and things of that nature. so ma'am, i'm good. how are you? good. i'm good. i also was a big fan of marvin barnes and my mom played for the spirits of st. louis way back when he was a great player in the bay. and i've got to tell you they might cut this,
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but i've got to tell you this quick story. bob. costas told me, no, you'll absolutely love this. marvin comes out of providence. he's a player man, can really play. he can post up. he, you know, he can shoot the jumpers, he's just all around or but a little flaky. so he sit with bob costas, who bob's 21 years old, and he's the announcer for the spirit to say, louis, they're sit not at lambert field in the morning. they're flying over to louisville to play artist gilmore and the kentucky colonels, and it's one time zone away, but it's a short hop flight. so they're sitting in the waiting area. and marvin says the bob, bob, can i ask you something like 8 in the mornings? yeah, go ahead. marmie says we leave here at 9 o'clock and we arrive in louisville at 845 . and is that correct? because of the time change? 45, a reply. bob says, yeah, that's correct. that he's a, what say on the robert, i'm not getting on any time machine but
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as a sales guy or very restore is over anyway, man love. and i love bob. great guys. always. you know, want to say louis is on. yeah. he stays true to his who like you do, man, what is it about st. louis? mother, i always that get there because i thought the people were common sense, but not rubes at all. they got it completely, but they also had a pragmatic side. tell me what you're dig about it. you know, i think is one of those situations. well, the all american question, did you meet anybody from st. louis? the 1st question that they're going to ask you is what high school? because that's that's, that's just what we asked young st. louis, what high school you went to because it normally says, you know what area you grew up in that are almost basically how you see st. louis. because you know, as many great things as st. louis has all, we still have our courts and certain things that you know, we said that the overcome and it's, it can be a little bit socially,
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economically divided on a lot of aspects. so what high school you went to can say a lot about yeah i you see was made but you know where, where people town, you know what i mean. so, you know, you know, to right people you be, i don't know what nelly i got to save and i'm so i sense that you're about business to and i didn't catch to or in the business, there's the art and then there's the business and i look at you and i think 22 years man, and he's still valid and he still got it now. are still on or no, you know people burn bright for a few minutes, then it goes away. but i, i have to have a feel you have a long game in your head somewhere along the way. did you? well, well, i know, like, it's impossible to have a career without ups and downs. there's no way you can, no way, nobody completely just keeps going up, keeps going up, keeps going up. and if you're lucky enough to be in any career 20 plus years, i mean, excuse me,
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you should be thankful for that and never low in entertainment. so it's almost impossible to be in entertainment, and i have the ups and downs, but i think it long as you keep your wits about it and you stay grounded as far as you know, consistently trying to evolve. what can you do? i mean, look at you, you know, you like brother, i really what year and i've had shows shot out from under me man. and it does happen. the one thing i think is unforgivable is if you look to needy or you start sweating or you look like you need to get back into zealously. people are like, well, we'll bro, brother, you're going to show that vibe. i think if you handle your ups and downs with a suitable degree of a plumb people come back around t, i think that co quotient matters a lot, man. yeah. as long as long as your long as your work speaks for itself, man, i've had great bands that supported me since day one. and i've been privileged enough and blessed enough to make some music back. that's kind of, you know,
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we stand in a low chest the time, so you know, that always helps. well, well listen, i know they did their original role. i but i'm hoping i know the super bowl sometimes blows people's minds when they have somebody unexpected coming on. i'm cross my fingers, brother, and have time. you could walk it out as the added. guess you don't have to say anything, but i'm looking at that time. sure. there was one that nelly, kidding me. i'm so excited for dr. j to that, that whole l. a set up is going to be crazy man. a very, very well deserved. they don't, they don't kill it. i know, but i'm, i'm hoping somebody out there for many fell central, which is pretty square building is listed in because if you have no walk out half way through that, i don't know. i'm telling you the place will go absolutely. so i hope somebody's watching a tell me about the 2021 b t, hip hop wards the i am here pop ward. certainly a few people. can they claim that you're one of them tell me i tell me what i felt like that. and i rather must have been growing it. amazing,
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amazing like you like like we mentioned it does seem a low double that sort of little bit because you know, here they are honoring you all your work and everything. but it also, it also reminds you that you get know, you know what i'm looking at all the young faces, man and all the and all the new acts. and i now i can remember being in that seat looking up at looking up at the podium. and some of the people paved the way for myself, you know, and you just feel a little different about it. but when i was looking out, it was just amazing man because you know, you get a lot of congratulations, all of the youngsters. i'm happy to pay half of my didn't even know they weren't. but how, how i've influenced them and how, you know, they're excited to be there on my day and, you know, and things like that. and, you know, it just makes you feel good to know that you made a good impression. did you get choked up at all, brother, or was it?
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did you get shelter? you weren't going to lie. i guess it was the hip hop was you know, i had to hold it together here. pop was you got to be like, you got to have the swag. no, you don't want them. come on. i was a squeegee at the hip hop, poor brother. you know, man come on, started out of it, not q p o may cry. there, bro, you know, there is a roland at heart lead. you're not going to see me guy got on here and going to bits. tell me about hard lad, man. well, hon. land my, my new project. i don't call it a country album. i call it country in small woods. i say that out of respect for country music, country music audits and everything that they go to live to create their music. but what i notice from the time that i've been in my been in his career from the time i dropped country grammar, i received all kind of love from all john, who's of music. and i was getting booked at a country bears and,
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and some rodeos and things like that early on in my career. and i didn't understand what was happening. i thought it was happening to everybody, but it wasn't, you know, on one day i would go from a show of being on a show with a big country headliner. and the next day i would go do a show and d m x is in line it. and it's just like i'm singing the same songs in the same music. so i didn't understand at that time what was happening me, but i knew it was something special and come to 2004. i was able to manifest that into something like over and over again with my man tim mcgraw. and that was huge. and i started to understand now and appreciating the love that i was getting across all the channels of music. country music was one, the whole world of country just opened their arms up to nellie from a certain point. and this was this album here, this project here is my thank you to country music for allowing me, you know, be in that world just all love that they show me from country radio to the artist, i think is the hosting. i think it's a blessing, nelly. i mean,
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when you think about a brother, you know, crossover sounds like such a contrivance to me because it sounds like there's too much effort to do that. the stand a stride to charles and it's almost about numbers. you're seem to happen more organically to me where you just said, listen, i'll try this demographic. another artist he wants to wants to take a few minutes off from work it out and cut, laid down some, some music with. they will try it. and i think people since then said ok, he isn't targeting this is for quinn, this is just to artist come together work. i dug that feel about that song. yeah, thank you. thank you. yeah. and shout out to tim to because he took a great chance as well as, you know, taking part in the song because who knows, you know, it could, it would either way. and at that time he was still tim mcgraw, one of the biggest touch on the planet. and here he was, you know, leaving it to this wrapper to come up with a song that, that, that they're both of them could in use. and man, he came out, great. so i'm always thankful for him for allowing me to take that chance. yeah,
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i know to me, but in when he started going to his chest with the rapp move, you know, like i certainly could look, you know, i met with those checks. we don't, but it was a pretty so you know what nelly, his old man tug was a great pitcher for the mats. and i think that locker room mets and phillies, i think being raised by talk mcgraw and being in a locker room watching men of all colors, all backgrounds pulling together and trying to win something. i think the fuse that whole travel bomb for him and i think he just was looking for good people and they'll be a little better off. that's the way the world worked. yeah, and we made good music man. so in terms of great guy fate, is why amanda beautiful, beautiful people i'm proud to have was friends. all right, we're talking to nellie, we're having a good time, and we're going to come back. we're going to peel back on the new heart land on the little is their attended tour. we've got the little bit of music series. we got
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ah ah hey folks. welcome back to the dennis miller show, dennis miller plus one. and we're welcoming nelly to the show today. you know, 3 time grammy winner recently honored with the america status or the
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2021 bt hip hop wards for is 22 years in the music business. and i'd say within another 10 years, he'll be approaching the half way. point is career. his latest album, heartland is now available, where you buy your music and tell me about, you know, the album seems like such a i don't know what i say. album to my kids, they look at me like that. what are your visitors from another place? i don't. how many, how many songs are formatted on an album? now, what would tell me about the composition of the album now we, we got 9 on here. so i get it, i get it. i said cd not too long. go to my son and he's like cd. well ok, you know, but yeah, it is 9 my good, good, good, good. well, i like to call country club bangers. you know what i mean? not explained, explain the time to my brother. i'm a gringo. explain that term to me. i country country club bank. i mean. well it's
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like it's just it's, it's a nelly record, nelly album, but it's country influence. so it's all was like what country meets the club? you know what i mean? and i'm like a single out one of the singles i'll call a little bit feature in jail floor. and i saw a little bit which is almost double platinum. shut out to those guys that are nominal guys, you know, and shame like family to meet. so, you know, you can listen to that record, you get exactly what i mean by that. and the guys, and it's so funny to watch and brothers open up white cats when i watch them in there, they're all styling with moving that in between tour buses and everybody. so i'm thinking that is one beautiful thing about the times we live in is when i 1st went down to south by southwest with my kids. and i saw how are kids, who are outsiders, kids who are insiders, black, why? there's a whole generational thing happening. van,
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where people are starting to weave together in the one unit. i know they're still a strange man. yeah, the power of hip hop rather. the power of your apartment, and now it gets center f g o, you know, those guys grew up listening to hip hop music. i love listening to hip hop music and it's almost like hip hop is the only john music that literally touches probably every other genre of music because you can't be like 50 years and younger and not like some type of, you know, i have some time now it may not be all the way to, to parking biggie, but you might like a will smith or somebody, you know, you like run b, e o l who j r l e r m a n or, you know, it's just, it's just that power of that music man, that brings the people together and all of the kids now. i mean, yeah, i know, put me on to something called mad villainy. i was, i'm from left field man, i'm a square and i was thinking i was thinking, this is really interesting. so yeah, it does open up, you know, it's interesting to me knowing, as i watch,
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ken burns is documentary on country music. 16 brilliant hours. 6 man, and at the beginning the, these people were the outsiders. they were, they were thought of as the hex living out in the sticks. they were the ones who were outside the loop. and so i see a natural affinity between blacks and country music people because they both have felt what it's like to be the other. there's some shared dialogue there, man. well, you know, crunch country music traditionally as you dave back, you know, it's, it's, it's a lot to believe that, you know, comes from almost slave music comes from the african americans as was somewhat the banjo is actually an african african american institute. yeah. so, yes, so yeah, i mean, you know, a lot of the music that was made in america comes from african americans as far as the beginning of the fingerprints all over at brother. and i remember there was
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a beautiful partner where nashville, let's face facts nashville at that time. did have some red next, but i remember they had this little cat who played harmonica in and he would play that rocky mountain. the. busy wow, that it's a banjo song and he was welcomed in right away and they have pictures. im sitting with these cats who traditionally you would think would be they would be oil and water. but one of my men lot is art forward. i can't remember his name, it's about me to bring it up and not know his name, but it was a groovy part or i thought, oh, there was some hip turned on people back them because they, when my man showed he could play, they welcomed him in i'm not trying to make it all nice. i know it's been idiot vill for many years in this country, but that part was sweet. where i said, maybe the music will start to bring and cats together. now, how do you go from your in the rap group? saint lunatics, which i love the name, i hope you came up with that name back when because that such a funny name and yeah, but it actually came from
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a buddy of ours. we were trying to find a name and he was like, maybe you guys like a bunch of lunatics and like that and now yeah, that's kind of how we came up with that name. say hey, let's give his name because i was just giving you probably a property that were doing what was his name? his name is called tat. they was sad. we just called them jack. he was a st. louis rapper wrap. and before us we were young. we were much younger and he gave us, i'm a really, really do, may rest in peace. ok. so the, the property were given though to the right man. so you're in the group and i know that there's probably real bonding there. you guys are tight, eventually somebody has to break out your the story. so many times in music. did they give you their blessing? how were they? were they cool when you start? yeah, i think it was one of those situations where, you know, it was, it was, it was a little bit up and down as a little, little bit of a understanding, but also a little bit of competitive lives. i mean i'm,
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i can't say that everybody was as excited, but we all were accepting of the move because we, at the end of the day, we all knew that this was probably the best move all of us. but i can't say that everybody was 100 percent, not happy with what i can say that everybody was at least 70 percent and i end up about to move. so you can ask for brother and in group endeavors. that's all you can ask for. when you step out and you're on your own, do you come across the path of somebody who's willing to help you lose a bigger name at that point? who were some of your mentors? well, no, we 1st got one. i didn't have, i didn't have a co signer, you know, a lot, a lot of people when they come in here pop, some people can get co signers like or they have famous producers bring them in. or, you know, somebody puts their own around them or give them a chain and know i, we didn't have that at all. wow. and it was, and it was tough because, you know, we come from a place like st. louis from the mid west is not really known for its hip hop,
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his hip hop artist and challenge. so yeah, i kind of got thrown into the deep end of the pool and was told to swim man. and you know, we've been back stroking their assist. beautiful baby, beautiful. i love them. um, listen, let's face facts at the end of the day. once you get out of the womb, you have your mother for life, but you off times are alone. so why should music business be at a better brother? you gotta, you gotta hang your head on a swivel that you don't know how to march a lot is coming up on your hind and the whack. i had to throw down there to let a reference for the st. louis cad. out of that, you remember what i remember watching isaac bruce and tory hole. one night they had beat up. what is of the team so bad that isaac was running down the sideline. the only cab next to him was tory running along side of the score. like an 80 or touch
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the i said under mike they had 2 guys beaten people deep there, there were a hand them the greatest. so what sort of man, great time for our city. a lot of times and it's crazy. you said that because i was just with orlando based last night. you were big. yeah, man, he's, you know, he's a buddy of mine and we were here one of i lose cigar bars that we like to go to over at the ritz in clayton and the great chicago one of the best. and you know, we hang out, we watch football and depends on what's going on. so yeah, i still get to hang with a few of those guys in there and watch. marshall faulk is one of my big brothers. so i'm always talking to, to 8 man and not, you know, i, i'd say he's the greatest run back to ever do it. so, but you know, i'm a little biased. wow. listen, brother, when you put all the tools together, he's like marcus allen, the cat will pick up a blitz and just drop people in the hole outside of berry sanders at the said.
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never seen a smooth flag marshall faulk receptions. hit the hit the inside around here, the outside run the complete package. complete package. a hello football. sorry folks. we got way late here, but i'm with the st. louis. can i get to talk with the st. louis kat. now tell me about the concert you go and i guess you got a series coming up for the rest of the year. where are you hitting, how many venues will tell me about it? look, a little bit of music series, man, i mean, you know, we're getting out finally get the chance to get out. you know, co bit has been keeping a lot of us in the past couple years now. so our shows have been very, very, very minimal on it any. but this time i'm getting a chance to put music out in front of the fans. i'm taking my whole band. i got my man jimmy alan or some dates my man block rouzan dates. so, you know, with which happened a few more kids around the area and just trying to get it out. you can check my social media. now, these are my instagram and my twitter and see if any dates are close to nearby you
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. i don't, i don't know. i'm all one by one. i'm pretty sure i know, but we definitely get now coming up soon and next couple weeks and then all throughout the rest of the year. listen brother, that that one name thing works. beautiful. one people were looking for dates, you know what i mean? it's like l visits like stuff like that where they go who i want to see. oh no, you just type it in. it's all they're in the front of you. they'll find you rather, you know that we've been enjoying our time with 3 time grammy winner recently honored, by the way, the 2021 bt hip up awards for his 22 years and the music business still killing a new album coming out called heart land it's available where you buy your music, and as you said, nellie's little bit of music series taken on the road between now and the end of the year. you'll find that a good cat. nice to talk to you, man. nice to meet, you know i always grow. so talk down the road. nelly. this dennis miller was one.
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