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Ride wit Me (2001)

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"Ride wit Me" is the third single from Nelly's album Country Grammar. It features City Spud and was released on April 24, 2001.


The song features a sound very similar to Get Down on It by the band Kool and the Gang. It was featured in the film Soul Plane, Scary Movie 2 during the end credits, very briefly in the films Are We There Yet? and Bride and Prejudice, and prominently in the movie Osmosis Jones.

It was featured in Scrubs (episode "My Fruit Cups"), very briefly in Friends ("The One With Chandler's Dad"), and King of the Hill ("Kidney Boy and Hamster Girl: A Love Story"). In a scene from the Glee episode "Throwdown", New Directions can be seen having a jam session, and they sing the first chorus and first verse of this song. Accompanying the jam are Finn Hudson on drums, and Noah "Puck" Puckerman on guitar. In 2010, it was featured in The Cleveland Show (episode "Cleveland's Angels").

The official remix was also produced by Jason "Jay E" Epperson and then placed in Nelly's remix album, "Da Derrty Versions: The Reinvention". It also features City Spud's verse from the original & John Mayer on the guitar, it samples Mayer's single, "No Such Thing".

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