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Nelly's fifth studio album, Brass Knuckles, was released on September 16, 2008, after several delays.

From Suit, the slow ballad "Over and Over", an unlikely duet with country music star Tim Mc Graw, became a crossover hit.

We’ve definitely scarred each other in a sense to say. It’s something that, I feel like I’m revealing very much, more than I have on previous records. I always get inspiration from real experiences whether I’m going through it or someone close to me is going through it. Anybody with any sense of logic could see that I rode out. I came to the court, to the trial, three or four times when I was not supposed to. But I’m not going to sit here and let the picture be painted one side anymore.

But that particular song, it was just weird because I was just writing about it because I was mad. I was contractually doing what I was supposed to not be doing, paying those round trip tickets to come and support and it’s crazy because at that time me and Irv weren’t even speaking. This is the most open and honest Ashanti has ever been, which is good, because all that “Who said we were in a relationship!?

But of course, instead of asking her much about said album, the questions from Ebro Darden and Laura Styles were mostly about Nelly.

Well, at least for the first seven minutes of the interview anyway.

The music video of a Tip Drill Remix became a source of controversy due to perceptions of misogynistic depictions of women.

The controversy forced Nelly to cancel an appearance at a bone marrow drive at Spelman College, an historically black college in Atlanta, Georgia. For the Bad Boys II soundtrack album, Nelly contributed the single "Shake Ya Tailfeather" featuring Diddy and Murphy Lee.

In the winter of 2005 came Sweatsuit, a compilation of tracks from Sweat and Suit with three new tracks.