If you live in Missouri and are a fan of Budweiser, there's a good chance you may be staring at rapper Nelly the next time you pop open a fresh one.

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Anheuser-Busch is soon rolling out its release of limited-edition Budweiser tall-boy cans in honor of the hip-hop artist and the 20th anniversary of his debut album "Country Grammar.

According to Billboard, the version of the cans that will hit shelves in October will have a picture of Nelly in an ice bucket on one side and, on the other side, the words "nothing to live up to" scrawled in bold marker.

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Company officials say the unusual custom-made tall cans are inspired by the Lil' Nell riff "keep your lane" and are part of an annual "Two Corp creative initiative to continue the brand's past success while set to do things differently next year."

"Someone submitted a request for [the artist] to participate and we were honored to work with him," says Joanne Koren, spokeswoman at Chicago-based Anheuser-Busch. "We chose him because of his growth and enthusiasm in the industry. When Nelly asked to be a part of the campaign, we knew it had to be great."

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