Missy Elliott has returned with a new song called “I’m Better.” The song features Lamb. Missy’s last proper studio album, The Cookbook, was released in 2005. Directed by Missy Elliott and Dave Meyers, the clip, produced and featuring a verse by Lamb, builds on Elliott’s future-forward off-kilter aesthetic.
Missy Elliott also released a new video teasing an upcoming documentary featuring Pharrell, Busta & Co. showing a slew of her admirers describing the musician. “She came out and just completely blew people away,” Pharrell said. The doc is set for release later this year.
The VH1 Hip-Hop Honors returned last month to pay homage to the leading ladies of Hip Hop in an two hour special called “All Hail The Queens.” Along with Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah, and others, the Honors celebrated Missy Elliott with tribute performances from Trina, Eve, Remy Ma, and more. Pharrell, Timbaland, and Busta Rhymes also shared their favorite memories of working with Missy. During her acceptance speech, Missy dedicated her award to Aaliyah. Watch clips from show above.
Pharrell and Missy managed to get a MTV VMA nomination with their ‘WTF (Where They From)’ tune for the ‘Best Choreography’ nomination, check out the whole Nomination list HERE.
Beyoncé – Formation
Missy Elliott & Pharrell – WTF (Where They From)
Beyoncé – Sorry
FKA Twigs – M3LL155X
Florence + The Machine – Delilah
Missy Elliott – WTF (Where They From) feat. Pharrell (Official Video) (2016)
By Adelle Platon. VH1 Hip Hop Honors is rolling out the red carpet for female trailblazers and pioneers in hip-hop for a star-studded ceremony in New York later this month. The tribute for honoree Missy Elliott will be no exception as her closest collaborators Pharrell, Timbaland, Nelly Furtado, Remy Ma, Fat Joe, Trina, Tweet, Keyshia Cole, Raven Symone, Fantasia and Hip Hop Honors host Eve will pay homage to Misdemeanor, according to the network.
Following its six-year hiatus, VH1 Hip Hop Honors will honor Elliott alongside Queen Latifah, Lil’ Kim and Salt-N-Pepa at New York’s David Geffen Hall at the Lincoln Center on Monday, July 11 at 9 p.m. ET. The Virginia multi-hyphenate recently racked up 42 million views on YouTube with her Pharrell-assisted jam “WTF (Where They From),” released last November. The track also hit the top 10 of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart upon its debut. Past honorees include Tupac Shakur, Russell Simmons and Public Enemy, among others.
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