My Silent Bravery Covers Nelly's "Ride Wit Me," Delivers Major Early-2000s Nostalgia

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If the current state of the world has you longing for a simpler time when Y2K was our biggest security concern and rappers wore blinged-out Band-Aids under their eyes for some reason, have we got a treat for you.

There's a good chance you're already familiar with the Boston-based band My Silent Bravery.

After all, the band has recently toured with Emerson Hart, Meiko, Tyler Hilton, Kate Voegele, Lee DeWyze, and Aaron Carter, just to name a few.

But for those of you still in need of an introduction, we welcome you to check out their fantastic new cover of the 2001 Nelly classic "Ride Wit Me."

The song is a fun, funny rendition of one of this century's most beloved club bangers.

As a bonus, some of our younger readers might walk away with an understanding of the aughts' most heavily-bandaged rappers.

You can thanks us by caring for us in our old age.

Anyway, Matt Wade and MSB's version is every bit as catchy as the original, but please be warned that after watching the video, you may find yourself tempted to shout, "Ay! Must be the mon-ayy!" at debt collectors, people trying to force wrinkled bills into vending machines, or anyone asking why you've been at the same crappy job for the past 8 years.

We accept zero responsibility for this phenomenon. Enjoy!

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