Ciara predicted she was going to have a hit career in music back when she was in high school. Read more!
Ginuwine took to social media to mourn the loss of his good friend Magoo, who died over the weekend. Read more.
Missy Elliott shared some of her memories of Melvin “Magoo” Barcliff after he passed away at the age of 50.
The history-making musician declares her work as “NEXT LEVEL.”
“The personality that their music gave me stuck to me.”
Missy Elliott thanked Busta Rhymes for appearing on her first album and praised the NYC icon for his “classic” contributions.
Missy Elliott is “fine” admitting her anxiety and depression struggles and says everybody should do the same for the betterment of others.
Missy Elliott also revealed she previously recorded a song with Ari Lennox and hinted at filming a music video for the unreleased track.
Mýa and Sylvia Rhone will be in attendance.
Rock Hall’s Greg Harris teases a Hip Hop tribute for the ceremony later this year.
Missy Elliott acknowledged her membership of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame “Is HUGE not for just me but all my Sisters in HIPHOP.”
The Hip Hop icon makes it into the Rock Hall in her first year of eligibility.
Kim called Cannon her “best friend” and manager.
Super Producer Timbaland confirmed new music is coming from pop star Justin Timberlake. Take a look at what they have been cooking up!
Timbaland revealed Missy Elliott is incorporating Latin and “underground Brazilian funk” influences on her highly anticipated new project.
Missy Elliott is making dreams come true, linking with London-based trio FLO on the new feel-good track “Fly Girl.”
Missy Elliott praised Sylvia Rhone, recognizing that the pioneering music executive allowed her to freely express her creativity.
Missy Elliott and Timbaland are gearing up to unleash new music after crafting the “Work It” hitmaker’s first five albums together.
Missy Elliott said artists need mentors to support them early in their careers, as Mary J. Blige and Diddy did for her.
Missy Elliott joined LL Cool J, Queen Latifah, Ice-T, Busta Rhymes and many more to represent Hip-Hop at the 2023 Grammys.