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First Name
Missy

Last Name
Elliott

Birthday
1971-07-01

Middle Name
Arnette

Height
62

Build
Average

Eye Color
Brown - Dark

Hair Color
Brown - Light

Birthplace
Portsmouth, Virginia

Zodiac Sign
Cancer

Ethnicity
Black

Claim to Fame
Get Ur Freak On

Nationality
American

Gender
Female

Music Genre
Rap, Clinical

Music Style
Urban, Alternative Rap, R&B, Pop/Rock, Pop

Music Mood
Aggressive, Sensual, Confident, Brash, Party/Celebratory, Visceral, Clinical, Rousing, Playful, Street-Smart, Freewheeling, Plaintive, Ambitious, Brassy, Detached, Exuberant, Rollicking, Confrontational, Energetic, Swaggering, Trippy

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Vocals

Music Mood
Producer

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Film Role
Soundtrack, Actor/Actress, Composer

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is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!, is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!is an american singer,rapper,song writer,and record producer.she is also known as missy"misdemeanor",but she dropped the name,from her stage name in 2003,and now simply goes by "missy elliot". she is one of the first female hip-hop superstar.she has recieved recognition as one of the most successful songwriter of the modern music era,having crafted a number of hit records,for artists,such as Aaliyah,702,ciara,nicole wray and tweet. known for a long series of hits,including"the rain(supa dupa fly),"hit`em wit da hee","get ur freak on","work it",and "lose control".Missy Elliott is undisputedly one of the most prominent female artists in contemporary music. For the five-time Grammy Award winner, Missy`s latest feat, The Cookbook, is simply another notch in the belt of a woman who has defied all traditional notions in the entertainment industry. When asked to describe her new release in three words or less the music maven candidly spits "no artificial flavor." Hence, the thinking behind the title The Cookbook, Missy`s sixth effort in a series of undeniably groundbreaking, multi-platinum CD`s. The Cookbook, a feast of tantalizing songs, is an all-natural collection of musical recipes guaranteed to feed the mind and energize the body. While each and every one of Missy`s previous CD`s (Supa Dupa Fly, 1997; Da Real World, 1999; Miss E. So Addictive, 2001; Under Construction, 2002; This Is Not A Test, 2003) produced smash singles that catapulted her career beyond superstar status, The Cookbook is a work of pure artistic innovation. "Finding that in-between space of not giving people too far left and not too far right was a challenge for me," says Missy of this new effort. A fusion of inventive instrumentals, dynamic and diverse deliveries, and creatively constructed musical movements, as opposed to mere songs, the Virginia native continues into her trademark uncharted territory. "On & On" finds Missy and Pharell of the Neptunes teaming up for a fresh throwback tune that effortlessly juxtaposes old school rhythms with new school flair. "Back then, the rapping style wasn`t as deep. It was very simple," Missy declares. "People could catch on with all the spaces and breaks between the raps and that`s basically what I did on this song." In the vein of a Roxanne Shante style flow, Missy honors the original art of hip-hop lyrical delivery. Meanwhile, the Missy-produced lead single, "Lose Control," reigns as the quintessential party track. Missy`s rap bravado slices through the up-tempo anthem while Ciara lends her signature smooth vocals and tries her hand at a quick rhyme. Fat Man Scoop brings it all home with his signature jam-jumping adlibs. Missy continues to stir up flavorful tunes like "Irresistible Delicious," which features English transport, the seminal Slick Rick. On this adventure, using a sample from Rick`s original "Lick The Balls" track, the two sing and rhyme over an alternating R&B melody and hip-hop break beat. Missy`s sensual vocals over this groove-laden track end with horn riffs and stand out DJ scratching. As a fan of artists who have been holding it down from the early days, Missy makes no bones about calling on some of the industry`s most remarkable talent. Missy takes her boldest step yet on The Cookbook, getting more intimate with her fans by providing insight into her personal life. "`My Struggles` is a record close to me," the artist divulges. "On this record I`m talking about what my home was like with my father being abusive to my mother. I wasn`t born into being a superstar, I went through a lot and when I heard the track it brought me back to Grand Puba and Mary J. Blige on What`s the 411?" It only made sense that Puba and the queen of hip-hop soul should lend their strengths to this truly unique track with a pronounced and definitive bass line produced by Qur`an. For another turn, Missy teams up with American Idol starlet Fantasia on the heartfelt "4 My Man," a salute to great mates. "I so enjoyed working with her. She`s one of the most incredible voices I`ve heard in a long time," says Missy. "As soon as I did the record I knew it was for her." Throughout The Cookbook, Missy not only indulges the listener with delectable delights, she stirs in the work of newer yet seasoned producers. "Mommy," produced by 3Play, is a song which ingeniously incorporates a horn intermission, a piano interpolation, scratching, harp instrumentals and chirping. Missy rhymes swiftly over the track with an uncanny variation of vocal pitch. "Mommy," which means female boss, is just one of the many savory treats that Missy cooks up for this CD. In tradition, the Supa Dupa Fly one brings it home to her long time hit-making partner Timbaland. "It gets a little harder for the both of us because the pressure is on from the previous album. This time I decided to get other producers to give a different vibe, but at the same time I check in with him. His involvement is still there," Missy affirms. A chef in his own right, Timbaland turns up the heat on tracks like "Joy," which features Houston rap phenom Mike Jones, and the percolating "Partytime." The Cookbook is an organically healthy and appetizing full-course musical meal. It`s fitting for a star whose history includes seventeen MTV Award nominations (including one win for the coveted "Video Of the Year"), five Grammy Awards, three consecutive BET Awards, five Lady of Soul/Soul Train Awards, national ad campaigns with The Gap, MAC Cosmetics and Vanilla Coke, and a successful television show, "The Road to Stardom With Missy Elliott." Missy Elliott is not merely an inventive recording artist and performer; she is one of few women who enjoy an equal amount of success behind the scenes as a prophetic songwriter and producer, having acquired a star-studded list of production credits that includes Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, and Destiny`s Child, among others. As the head of her own record label, The Goldmind, Inc., Missy launched the successful career of platinum-selling R&B star Tweet. In addition to all of this, Missy has created a unique joint venture with renowned athletic company Adidas for a line of clothing, shoes, and accessories under the moniker, Respect Me. Recognized as the best selling female hip-hop artist of all time, this quadruple threat - a writer, singer, lyricist, and producer - will undoubtedly whet the appetite of all with her delicious new CD, The Cookbook. "Each record has its own herbs and spices. Whether I listened to my previous albums, rock, alternative, hip-hop or soul records from Chaka Khan, it`s all mixed in there." Bon Appetit!

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Melissa Arnette "Missy" Elliott

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Eva Pigford, Timbaland, Ginuwine, Aaliyah

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Melissa Arnette Elliott (born July 1, 1971), known professionally under her stage name Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott or simply Missy Elliott, is an American musician, hip hop recording artist, dancer and record producer. Elliott embarked on her music career with all-female R&B group Sista in the early 1990s and later became a member of the Swing Mob collective along with childhood friend and longtime collaborator Timbaland, with whom she worked on projects for Aaliyah, 702, Total, and SWV. Following several collaborations and guest appearances, she launched her solo career in 1997 with her debut album Supa Dupa Fly, which spawned the hit singles "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" and "Sock It 2 Me". The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200, the highest-charting debut for a female rapper at the time.


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Year(s) Active
1991–present

Music Genre (Text)
Hip hop, R&b

Occupation Text
Rapper, singer-songwriter, dancer, record producer, musician, actress

Instrument (text)
Vocals

Record Label
The Gold Mind, East West, Elektra, Atlantic, Violator

Associated Acts
Timbaland, Tlc, Magoo, Aaliyah, Al B. Sure!, 702 Ginuwine, Jodeci, Ciara, Ludacris, Eve, Lil' Kim, Beyoncé, Gina Thompson, MC Lyte, Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston, Madonna, Nas, G-Dragon, Mariah Carey, Tweet, Eminem, Da Brat, Lady Saw, Mary J. Blige, Katy Perry, Tamia, J. Cole, Keyshia Cole, Little Mix, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, DeVante Swing, Redman, Raven-Symoné, Monica, Mýa, Beenie Man, Sista, Da Bassment Crew

Official Websites
missy-elliott.com

Associated Acts
702, Ginuwine, Swing Mob

Religion
Agnostic

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Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott is a phenomenon. She did not merely take the traditionally male-dominated recording industry by storm as a singer, songwriter, arranger, producer, and head of her own label, she did so in one of the most macho, testosterone-laden of all genres, hip-hop—and, remarkably, she achieved all this in only six years time, by the time she was 28 years of age. Besides Elliott's work writing for and producing the cream of hip-hop and R&B, she has released six CDs to critical and popular acclaim. She was the first hip-hop artist to perform on the Lilith Fair tour. Elliott has been featured in a major ad campaign for the Gap, but she has not hesitated to have fun at the expense of her image in her videos. Elliott has "established herself as a singer-rapper-writer with a welcome penchant for humor and positivity," wrote Michael Musto in Interview. "And with her unconventional approach and severe distaste for BS, she's probably da realest girl in da biz right now." Melissa Elliott was born in Portsmouth, Virginia. Her earliest musical experiences were with a church choir. Elliott seems to have known from an early age that she was going to be a star—she told her mother so repeatedly. She began playing the part of the star singer early too. Elliott would sing in her room with a broomstick microphone to an audience of her dolls. "In my mind I pictured them screaming for me. I would go into a whole other zone," she told Joan Morgan of Essence. Elliott wrote her own songs about butterflies, birds, whatever happened to be around. She sang them to passing cars from overturned trash cans, or to her family from atop picnic tables in the park. Elliott not only vividly imagined herself on stage, she could see her heroes coming to take her to music stardom. "I remember in school writing Janet Jackson and Michael Jackson and asking them to come get me out of class," she told Michael Musto. "I would imagine them running down the hall and asking my teacher, 'Ms. Daniels, can we get Missy out of class? We're here to see Missy.' My imagination was always wild like that. So when I got a call from Janet, just to hear her say she loved my music, it was like a blessing. It was a dream come true to get a call from Mariah [Carey] ... and now I'm just waiting for Michael Jackson to call." Despite the fact that many of her dreams came true and the impressive power she has in the recording industry, Elliott remains a little star struck by the artists who used to be just voices on records. Whitney Houston called her, she told Musto, and "when I got off the phone I screamed so loud." Elliott's feet are still planted firmly on the ground, however, and she signs autographs patiently for the fans who recognize her on the streets of Manhattan. More significantly, Elliott courageously made public her father's physical abuse of her mother and her own sexual abuse at the hands of a cousin. It was for her a way of taking control of a past that had previously controlled her, as well as drawing attention to a serious social problem that frequently gets swept under the rug. Elliott got her first musical break in 1991 when the group Jodeci, came to Portsmouth. She took her group, Sista, made up of some of her friends from junior high, to the hotel where Devante Swing, one of the members of Jodeci was staying. He was so impressed by their performance—a set of original tunes written by Elliott—that he signed them to his production company. "We thought we were too hot," Elliott told imusic. "We tried to look just like Jodeci during that audition. We had our pants tucked in our boots. We had begged our mothers to get us these outfits. We even had our canes. We thought we were four hot Devantes." Sista cut their first album in 1995, and broke up when it became clear that Elektra Records could not afford to release it. Elliott had formed a production team at the company with Timbaland, a childhood friend. Elliott wrote the songs for artists such as Jodeci, Raven-Symone, and 702, and Timbaland produced the records. It was a combination that worked. The two were still working together in late 2000. Despite Sista's apparent failure, Elliott had gotten noticed. "People started to call for songs, or ask me to rap or something, she told imusic.

Music Genre (Text)
R&B

Associated Acts
Total, Fantasia Barrino, Nelly Furtado, G Dragon, A$AP Ferg, TLC, Fall Out Boy, Pharell Williams

Dating Status
Single

Pregnant
2

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