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15 September 2013, 09:00 | Updated: 15 September 2013, 09:10
The US rapper gives fans a taste of what to expect from their song '4X4'.
Nelly has tested that fans can expect a "country" vibe from his new duet with Miley Cyrus, while also revealing how much he is a fan of the rising pop star.
The 'Hot In Herre' rapper has been confirmed to have recorded a song with 'Wrecking Ball' singer Miley called '4X4' for her new album 'Bangerz', alongside a host of special guests including Britney Spears, Big Sean and French Montana.
Nelly says people are likely to be surprised by what he and Miley came up with in the recording studio on the Pharrell Williams-produced track.
"It's kind of a country, hip-hop, pop feel, if you can believe that," the 'Country Grammar' rapper revealed to MTV News this week. "It's about having fun, kind of how a 4X4 truck symbolises rebelliousness.
"You know, mashing out, wanting to ride with the bad boys," he explained. "It's a dope track."
Check out a picture of Miley Cyrus out in London last week below:
Nelly went on to praise the 'We Can't Stop' singer for taking control of her music career so well, as well as hailing her love and knowledge of hip-hop.
"She grew up with hip-hop, she's not a rapper but she loves hip-hop," Nelly revealed. "It's about how she expresses herself.
"I know a lot of kids her age that are just like her, they grew up loving this music," he continued, before adding. "People act like they want her to be 30 years old, she's not even 21, she has no kids, she's been working with Disney her whole life [and] she wants to have some fun."
Miley Cyrus arrives with new album 'Bangerz' on 7th October.