Nelly on Budweiser’s tall boy cans for a limited time

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“In St. Louis, where we from, you ain’t never heard a weak one”

ST. LOUIS — You can find these in St. Louie!

St. Louis rapper Nelly and Budweiser teamed up to drop limited-edition tall boy cans.

The cans will be available, of course, in Nelly’s hometown of St. Louis beginning on Oct. 20. A spokesperson said they’ll be available at convenient and grocery stores in the St. Louis area.

The elements on the can commemorate the 20th anniversary of the release of his debut album ‘Country Grammar.’

The cans feature notable elements of Nelly’s music career and celebrate ties to his hometown.

On the front of there’s a verse from S.T.L., “In St. Louis, where we from, you ain’t never heard a weak one.”

There’s a Cardinals logo on the cans, Nelly’s record label ‘The Derrty Entertainment’ is also featured on the car and the traditional Budweiser creed is replaced by lyrics from Country Grammar’s title track.

Nelly is currently on ‘Dancing with the Stars’ where he’s been crushing it.

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