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Timbaland, Missy Elliott Debut New Songs at New York’s Highline Stages
Jemal Countess, WireImage As The BoomBox previously reported, rapper Missy Elliott and producer extraordinaire Timbaland are back as hip-hop's dynamic duo, working on new material and performing live. According to HipHop DX, the cosmic pair debuted new tunes last night at New York's Highline Stages in celebration of Hennessy's White Rabbit campaign...
Missy Elliott Catching Heat for Upcoming Concert in Israel
Missy Elliott didn't have too many problems when she played Britain's Wireless Music Festival earlier this month, but her next international concert isn't going as smoothly. The Virginia native is set to perform at Gane HaTaarucha in Tel Aviv on July 15 for the first gig in Israel of her career, but Canadians for Justice and Peace in the Middle East are boycotting her show out of respect to the te
Missy Elliott, Drake Headed to U.K.’s Wireless Festival
In February, organizers announced that Jay-Z would continue his U.K. tour with a headlining spot at Britain's Wireless music festival. Now, the Roc Nation CEO will have company in the form of Missy Elliott, Drake and Wale, who have all been added as performers at the annual three-day festival...
Understanding Hip-Hop’s Beef With the Grammys
"You think I give a damn about a Grammy?" Eminem spitefully rapped on 2000's 'The Real Slim Shady,' a surprisingly ironic quip from a rapper who's won (and accepted) nine Grammy Awards throughout his career. Such is the contradiction that underscores the uneasy relationship between hip-hop culture and the Grammys...
New Missy Elliot Track Featuring Lil Wayne Hits the Net
Missy Elliot has been hard at work on her followup to 2005's 'The Cookbook' for some time now, and one of her new songs has finally leaked to the net. 'All 4 U,' a song featuring rapper Lil Wayne, appeared online this past weekend. It's speculated that the track is intended for Missy's forthcoming album, 'Block Party ...
Timbaland Quits Hip-Hop
Timbaland used to puzzle hip-hop heads in a good way. Across a string of innovative hit singles with acts like Missy Elliott, Jay-Z and Bubba Sparxx, Timbo brought a wild mixture of futuristic sounds and unique composition to the masses. After Missy's 'This Is Not a Test,' he made his initial proclamation that he was done with hip-hop and wanted to work in other genres, citing Coldplay as an examp