In case you missed it, legendary rapper and producer Missy Elliott recently issued a new viral video challenge called the #Devine9Challenge, which supports her latest …
Missy Elliott can’t lose! The legendary artist, producer, and songwriter dropped off her long-awaited, much-anticipated new project, Iconology, her first in almost 15 years, and …
Last week, Missy Elliott returned to the scene with a new banger featuring producer Cainon Lamb titled “I’m Better.” The video is another one of Elliott’s visual stunners, filled with groundbreaking choreography, futuristic costumes and makeup, and Elliott’s contagious flow.
Last month, production duo BC Kingdom debuted their song “Hype Williams” at Jacob’s fashion show; and it’s all making sense now, because a music video directed by the famed director Hype Williams has surfaced for Marc Jacobs’ new fall line.
Many have accepted the challenge, but the originals have clapped back in their own way; Monica and Missy hit up the studio to record their #SoGoneChallenge and filmed a 1-minute clip which Monica posted on her Twitter page.
Last night, Michelle Obama’s Carpool Karaoke session with late night host James Corden aired, and if you didn’t have a reason to love Mrs. Obama before, you should now!
Ray Parker Jr.’s 1984 original “Ghostbusters” theme song goes down in history as one of the most recognizable movie soundtrack songs, and this summer’s Ghostbusters remake also gets a musical remake.
Zoe chose to channel the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes during her performance of “No Scrubs.” Actor Zachary Quinto was Zoe’s competitor, taking on the persona of Missy Elliott from her “Get Ur Freak On” video.
Just before her keynote address at the South by Southwest Music (SXSW) Festival in Austin, Texas on today (March 16), she dropped a new single called “This Is For My Girls.” Don’t get too excited, though; Mrs. Obama isn’t singing on the track. Rather, she’s commissioned many of her female music industry friends like Missy Elliott and legendary songwriter Diane Warren to create a song cited as a “global call to action which helps break down barriers and stigma that prevent girls from getting the education they rightfully deserve.”
Frequent collaborator Missy Elliot is on the production and spits a quick verse at the beginning of the song that has Tweet ready and willing to move on from a lackluster relationship where she’s not getting proper love.