Missy Elliott has had an incredible year. She made history becoming the first female rapper to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, released the critically-acclaimed album Iconology and received the Video Vanguard Award At The VMAs.
On Friday, the actor stopped by Sway in the Morning and totally killed the “Five Fingers of Death” freestyle.
Shirlene Quigley, an accomplished backup dancer who's worked with Beyonce and Rihanna, was last seen on October 23.
Missy was just as excited as everyone else to watch Mrs. Obama sing along to one of her songs.
By now you’ve heard about the VH1 Hip-Hop Honors that celebrated the accomplishments of female rappers Queen Latifah, Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim, and Salt-N-Pepa. The broadcast aired this past Monday and still has everyone buzzing over the star-studded performances. After seeing the performance by R&B songbirds Fantasia, Monica, and Tweet which featured songs produced by Missy Elliott, it’s […]
The VH1 Hip-Hop Honors are tonight (Monday, July 11), and this year, the network is honoring the women. To get ready, we’re looking back at the best videos by some of our favorite leading ladies from past and present.
All Hail the Queens will honor all of the women who broke through the glass ceiling and rose to fame and prominence in such a male-dominated field.
This is dope. Thanks to a new app on the market, Makers Stories, you could end up being in a music video with none other than Zendaya Coleman, Missy Elliott, and Kelly Clarkson. The three power players teamed up for a collaborative song “This Is For My Girls,” in support of First Lady Michelle Obama‘s […]
First Lady Michelle Obama promotes #LetGirlsLearn at SXSW. Here are five things to know about what the initiative is doing.
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