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Alec Baldwin feels a bit awkward coming out in the outfit rapper Missy Elliott has picked for him. To help him feel pumped up, Elliott asks Alexa on the Amazon Echo to play “Alec’s Dance Playlist.” She quickly changes it to her song “Pep Rally” after she hears what he considers dance music.

Baldwin spins around in his bedazzled black suit with his initials on the back and asks if he can be in her next music video. Before she can give an answer, she needs to see what kind of moves he’s got. She gives him a mini-Alec marionette to match the mini-Missy that was sitting by her on the couch and both the puppets, and the celebrities get down to the music.


After a six-year hiatus, VH1’s “Hip Hop Honors” returned last night to celebrate the queens of hip-hop including Lil’ Kim, Queen Latifah, Salt-N-Pepa, and Missy Elliott, who was honored by some of her closest friends and collaborators.

The kick off

Following an introduction from Busta Rhymes, Timbaland, and Angie Martinez, Remy Ma, Nelly Furtado, Eve, and Trina paid respect to Misdemeanor with a medley of her hits. Remy kicked things off with “Work It” before Nelly Furtado took the stage to “Get Ur Freak On.” Eve handled her verse on “Hot Boyz” and Miss Trina slayed “One Minute Man.” The performance capped off with Remy, who performed Missy’s latest hit “WTF (Where I’m From).”

There is more

As if that wasn’t enough, Fantasia, Monica, and Tweet celebrated Missy later in the evening with an R&B medley of “Free Yourself,” “So Gone,” and “Oops (Oh My).” The trio’s finale also received rousing applause, as they joined forces for a brief portion of “Lady Marmalade.”

This wasn’t the first time VH1’s “Hip Hop Honors” paid respect to Missy. She was also given a tribute back in 2007 as an honoree along with A Tribe Called Quest, Snoop Dogg, Whodini, Teddy Riley, Andre Harrell, and the movie Wild Style.


We are so excited to honor Missy Elliott when VH1 Hip Hop Honors: All Hail the Queens airs live July 11 at 9 p.m. on VH1. Elliott is a queen in every sense of the word. With five Grammys and more than 30 million albums sold, Elliott is a rap tour-de-force whose impact still lives on the radio. Just listen to some hip-hop song released in the past five years, and you’ll hear it.


“I hear a lot of influence from me and Timbaland’s whole sound in a lot of records of today,” Elliott told us in a Hip Hop Honors interview. “But if you have classics like that, then I’m sure you ’gotta expect that it’s ’gonna influence some people. So, I’m fine with that.”

“Some people” is an understatement. Elliott paved the way for a new class of female rappers. However, when Misdemeanor emerged on the scene in the ’90s, there was nobody like her. She quite literally was the OG.

“Before Missy, there was no comparison to what Missy was doing,” Elliott said. “When you think of Missy, you can’t say, ’Missy reminded me of someone else.’ There was no Missy comparison before.” No lies detected.

Watch more of Elliott’s interview in the video above, and tune into VH1 Hip Hop Honors: All Hail the Queens airs live July 11!

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Missy Elliott is an underappreciated fashion icon. She’s rarely given her due for her revolutionary aesthetics, but designer Marc Jacobs celebrates Miss Supa Dupa Fly herself by featuring her in the fall 2016 ad campaign.

Elliott is featured alongside actors, musicians, and creatives in the series of images. They can all be viewed on the designer’s Instagram page.

Jacobs notes the power of Elliott’s enduring visuals in a statement he posted on Instagram.

From the moment I heard, The Rain, back in 1997, I was entranced by the genius rhythms and brilliant rhymes of Missy Elliott. Missy’s music has kept me and my design team happily energized through countless weekdays, weeknights and weekends during those long hours of sketching, fitting, styling and doing looks. In addition to the boundless energy of her music are the visually pulsating and wildly cartoon-like music videos she made in collaboration with the talented and visionary, Hype Williams. I am in continued awe of Missy’s ability to push the boundaries of the style of music both to the eye and to the ear. It was a dream of mine to work with her and I’m happy to share this portrait by David Sims for our Fall ’16 campaign.” -@themarcjacobs •


Oh, god, what if we were wrong about “Ghostbusters?” While sexist baby-men have been throwing proverbial bricks at Paul Feig’s reboot of the beloved 80s classic since its announcement, we’ve kept the faith. That’s because Feig has a good track record, with “Bridesmaids,” “The Heat” and “Spy” all being among the best comedies of recent years.

And then we heard the theme tune to the new movie, “Ghostbusters (I’m Not Afraid)” by Fall Out Boy ft. Missy Elliott.

To look on the positive side, the film can only be better the theme tune, because there’s literally no way it can’t be. On the negative side, if this is the musical equivalent of what Feig’s done cinematically, the film will be nearly unwatchable. Listen to the song below, and then write to your congressman and ask them to ban all recorded music.

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