Not known for shying away from colorful visuals that incorporate dance sequences and effects, Missy Elliott has been staging her big comeback. The 45-year-old music veteran has been teasing her fans with new music, as well as music videos and just last year, she released her Pharrell-produced “Pep Rally” (prior to that was “WTF” again with Pharrell). Although, consumers and critics were maybe confused as to why the album didn’t follow after the last release, it seems as though Missy and her team are now ready to embark on the promo campaign for her oft-delayed new album in over a decade. “I’m Better” is the single and it features newcomer Lamb, whose worked with Beyoncé and Monica in the past.
ATTENTION‼️ New MISSY single & video dropping at MIDNIGHT‼️#ImBetter🔥🔥A MUST SEE! pic.twitter.com/sIrxuxUG9u
— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) January 27, 2017
Check out the visual below:
Hip-Hop’s female trailblazer is gearing up to premiere a new documentary, which will highlight the making of her new album. The segment includes commentary from the likes of her manager Mona Scott, longtime friend and video director Dave Meyers, Busta Rhymes, Misa Hylton, Pharrell, and Sylvia Rhone. The special will air soon.