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Radio station airs Nelly song, ‘Hot in Herre': Replayed for two straight days

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Nelly is hot in San Francisco. Radio station 105.7 Latino mix has replayed the American hip hop artist’s April 2002 song, “Hot in Herre” for 48 hours now, according to San Jose Mercury News reports on March 15.

There is speculation that the radio station is preparing their fans to a brand new “Hot 105.7” station.

So far, all the responses have been positive ones via social media sites like Twitter.

The St. Louis, Mo. singer, songwriter and multi- Grammy Awards winner has been in the music business for over 2 decades; his seventh studio album, “M.O.,” came out on Oct. 1, 2013.

The “Apple Bottom Jeans” entrepreneur and philanthropist – who have worked with top celebrity artists, Nelly Furtado, Pharell, Nicki Minaj and Sylvester Stallone – just announced his newest “Ex’treme Institute” to help students in his home town with financial aid assistance towards a degree.

Nelly and Florida-Georgia Line were nominated and won “single of the year” at the 2013 American Music Awards for their song “Cruise” which was also the most popular played summer song since its debut.

Is Nelly 'Hot in Herre' for you too? Check the radio station 105.7 Latino mix here for the never ending Nelly song.

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