Nelly aims for the grown and sexy crowd with the release of "Suit." Opting for smoothed-out tales of late-night trysts and other indiscretions, Nelly revisits the laid-back rap-sing flow that made his

Nelly aims for the grown and sexy crowd with the release of "Suit." Opting for smoothed-out tales of late-night trysts and other indiscretions, Nelly revisits the laid-back rap-sing flow that made his "Dilemma" a hit; witness the lead single, the Doe-produced, hip-hop ballad "My Place" (featuring Jaheim) that finds Nelly looking to rekindle a lost love. For real emotion, though, look no further than "Over and Over." With a lyric that focuses on regret, the song is accented by guest Tim McGraw's moving hook. Other highlights include "Nobody Knows" and "Play It Off." Those desiring Nelly's party-time rap roots should seek the simultaneously released "Sweat," a more uptempo full-length that includes club anthems "Flap Your Wings" and "Tilt Ya Head Back." "Suit" and "Sweat" debut on The Billboard 200 this week at Nos. 1 and 2, respectively.—RH