Batter Up

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"Batter Up" is a song by American hip hop group St. Lunatics, with member Nelly credited as a featured artist. The track was produced by Steve "Blast" Wills and first appeared on Nelly's debut solo album, Country Grammar (2000). It was later included on the group's album Free City (2001) as a bonus track. A remixed version of "Batter Up" appears on Nelly's album Da Derrty Versions: The Reinvention (2003).

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"Batter Up"
Single by St. Lunatics featuring Nelly
from the album Country Grammar and Free City
B-side"Luven Me"
ReleasedJuly 10, 2001 (2001-07-10)
  • 5:27 (album version)
  • 4:12 (radio edit)
Producer(s)Steve "Blast" Wills
Nelly singles chronology
"Where the Party At"
"Batter Up"
St. Lunatics singles chronology
"Midwest Swing"
"Batter Up"
"Money Talks"
Music video
"Batter Up" on YouTube

The song's hook interpolates "Movin' On Up", the theme song of the television sitcom The Jeffersons.[1] The show's star Sherman Hemsley appears in the music video for "Batter Up",[1] initially as a sports announcer and later dancing with members of St. Lunatics.