Forget about the previews of Fantasia’s Side Effects of You album because the material has begun to surface in full. The latest new song to hit the web is the highly anticipated “Without Me”, which features Kelly Rowland and Missy Elliott, and it’s an Urban banger!
Mix a Curiosity Killed The Cat sample with some 1990s R& flavour and girl power, and you’ll get Little Mix’s “How Ya Doin’?”. However, what makes the song really standout is the guest verse by Missy Elliott, so imagine the excitement the girls caused by enlisting her for its accompanying video.
Rumours have been circulating recently that Missy Elliott would appear Little Mix new single, “How Ya Doin’?” and today, the ladies proved the the chatter to be true. In face, the foursome called UK radio’s Capital FM to debut the song on air!
Throughout the decades, we have seen dozens of women rise to the top of the Hip-Hop industry before abruptly fading into irrelevance. Now, as we prepare for a new generation to attempt chart domination, let’s take a look back at the icons who paved the way.
Artists put forward their best material when they are given the freedom to express themselves. However, regardless of how much talent they possess, they often rely on of co-writers and producers to help them discover their true potential, and sometimes they forge connections that are so strong that they become married in music.
The 2012 Black Girls Rock show was filmed this evening at the Paradise Theater in New York City. Scheduled to air on November 4th at 8pm ET, the ceremony paid tribute to Dionne Warwick, Susan Taylor, Dr. Hawa Abdi and Kerry Washington, and entailed performances by a range of high profile acts.
The pre-taped 2012 BET Hip Hop Awards finally aired this evening and the show was action-packed. Aside from a notorious backstage clash between Rick Ross and Young Jeezy, the ceremony featured performances and cyphers by T.I, 50 Cent, Missy Elliott, Eve, 2 Chainz, Busta Rhymes and others.
Following her interview alongside Timbaland on ‘The Breakfast Club’, Missy Elliott continued her promotional campaign by making an appearance on BET’s ’106 & Park’. Of course, the live studio audience was excited to see the Hip-Hop icon on the set for the first time with new music in years!