Nelly Furtado Debut ‘Whoa, Nelly!’ Celebrates 20th Anniversary

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Nelly Furtado first appeared on the scene with her debut release of Whoa, Nelly! on Oct. 24, 2000. At the time, she signaled a new era by coupling her multicultural musical heritage with an unabashed willingness to write songs about her strengths and vulnerabilities. On Oct. 23, Dreamworks/UMe celebrates the 20th anniversary of the RIAA-certified double-platinum album with a new digital-only Expanded Edition, available for pre-save here:

The 20th Anniversary digital edition of Whoa, Nelly! includes 10 bonus tracks: five that were featured on the 2008 Special Edition and five that are making their first digital appearance here. Her debut release is tracks 1-12; tracks 13-17 are from the special edition. Tracks 18-22 are the new 20th anniversary digital-only bonus tracks, including a live version of “Baby Girl” and the Timbaland remix of “Turn Off The Light.”


1Hey, Man!  
2Shit On The Radio (Remember The Days) 
3Baby Girl     
5I’m Like A Bird          
6Turn Off The Light   
7Trynna Finda Way   
9Well, Well   
10My Love Grows Deeper Part 1           
11I Will Make U Cry     
12Scared Of You
13I’m Like A Bird (Acoustic Version) 
14My Love Grows Deeper
15I Feel You (featuring Esthero)
16I’m Like A Bird (Nelly vs. Asha Remix)
17Shit On The Radio (Remember The Days) (Dan The Automator Mix Version)
18Baby Girl (Live)
19Party (Reprise)
20Turn Off The Light (Timbaland Remix)
21I’m Like A Bird (Junior Vasquez Club Anthem)
22Onde Estas

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