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Missy Elliot Ready to Make a Comeback

Feb 7 2014, 8:24am CST | by , in News | Other Stuff

Missy Elliot Ready to Make a Comeback
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The female rapper Missy Elliot had taken a long break from her music-making. But now she just might be ready to make a spectacular comeback. Anybody ready to get his or her freak on!?

The singer and mega-rap star, Missy Elliot, has been on a vacation from the fine art of musicology. In fact, it’s been exactly nine years since she came up with anything new. When questioned as to the reason, she spoke of how the music being churned out today was radically different from the kind created in the past. 

And Missy Elliot furthermore said that when she made music she wanted to give it her all. A 100% commitment to the art was what she sought from her creative muse. And to come out with readymade records was not her style. It would not do full justice to her fans who expected the best from her. 


And beside that Missy Elliot has a thyroid problem for which she is still receiving treatment. That was one obvious reason she left the scene during the 2000s. But now the female rapper with lots of attitude may be all set to return to the stage. Her “9th Inning” and “Triple Threat” are two numbers which she co-created with Timbaland. 

But they are yet to be released. The black femme fatale is going to keep her fans guessing. No time period is given when the next album will come to record stores. And that will only raise the excitement quotient for the aficionados of her funky songs.  

Source: LATimes

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