Nelly Cornell iral Haynes
Nelly, Cornell Iral Haynes Jr.’s stage name, is an American rapper who was born on November 2, 1974. His musical career began in 1993 with the hip hop group St. Lunatics, and in 1999, he signed with Universal Records. In 2000, Nelly launched his solo career under Universal with the release of Country Grammar, the album’s lead song “Ride wit Me,” a top ten success, and the album’s featured title track.
Nelly’s best selling album
With over 8.4 million copies sold in the US, the album became Nelly’s best-selling record to date and peaked at number one on the Billboard 200.  The number-one singles “Hot in Herre” and “Dilemma” (with Kelly Rowland) from his subsequent album Nellyville, as well as the top-five singles “Air Force Ones”
Nelly’s acting career
In the social media people were curious about that, How does Nelly’s acting career currently stand? It is safe to state that things are now looking well. From 2014 to 2015, he presented his own reality TV programme, Nellyville, and for five seasons, he was a key player in the Real Husbands of Hollywood ensemble on the BET Network.