KSDK – There are officially no more clothes to be removed…
A San Francisco-area radio station has ended its multi-day loop of St. Louis rapper Nelly's 2002 hit "Hot in Herre."
It happened at approximately 5:25 p.m. PT. Even though it is over, our hearts shall go on.
The loop was part of a marketing ploy for the station's format change. The Univision-owned Latino Mix 105.7, is relaunching as Hot 105.7,RadioInsights.com reports.
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Univision similarly played Frank Sinatra's New York, New York for more than four straight days before relaunching a station in Albuquerque, RadioInsights.com reports.
It was Nelly himself who initially tweeted the news that the "Hot in Herre" loop was ending: "Listen Monday at 5p to Uforia's #nelly1057 it's gonna get Hot in The Bay area!! RT RT!!"
What exactly does a loop of "Hot in Herre" look like? Check out our Spotify playlist below: