After trying and failing to become the new Miley Cyrus with her soccer mama pixie cut, Beyonce has now turned her attention elsewhere in another one of her increasingly desperate attempts to remain relevant.
What's the deal with all these dusty pop flops from the early-to-mid 2000s suddenly becoming relevant again? Annie and Richard X are both back in business, Ciara's charting again, the original Sugababes have reunited, and Pharell Williams is producing No. 1 hits again. The nostalgia is crazy, y'all.
The latest blast from the past is Nelly, who's been back on the rise ever since releasing the radio-friendly crack known as "Hey Porsche" earlier this year. Now he's teamed up with Pharrell for his second single, "Get Like Me," which follows the same swaggy sparse production as Pharrell's Robin Thicke mega-hit, "Blurred Lines." It's also got booty bongos, too.
In case you couldn't tell, I'm back on #TeamCiCi. I have been since "Body Party" took off and Cisus scored the cover of The Fader, therefore making her cool again after her dusty outdated ass spent the last couple years as the major of Pleasantville.