If you live in Missouri and are a Budweiser fan, there is a good chance you could stare at rapper Nelly the next time you open a new one.
Anheuser-Busch will soon be releasing its limited-edition Budweiser large-male cans in honor of the hip-hop artist and on the 20th anniversary of his debut album “Country Grammar.”
The 45-year-old rapper, also known for hits “Ride Wit Me”; and “EI,” called it “pretty overwhelming” in an interview in St. Louis. Louis Post-Dispatch.
“But it really doesn’t depend, and this is what you work for, and it is definitely something that will live and something that will continue,” he said.
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Only about 25-ounce cans are available at St. Louis, Missouri, where the artist grew up, beginning Tuesday, October 20th.
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The cans will feature a popular lyric from “Country Grammar,” which reads, “I’m from Lou and I’m Proud.”
The hitmaker also reflects on the anniversary of his debut album, noting that even though it was two decades old, “it didn’t seem that long before.”
He told the outlet he was “grateful it had affected so many people’s lives.”
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In addition to her partnership with the beer giant, Nelly is having a busy year as she is currently a participant in “Dancing with the Stars.”
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