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The 'American Idol' champion releases the soulful ladies' anthem off her forthcoming album 'Side Effects of You'.
The celebration of Chris Lighty's life and legacy also becomes the moment longtime foes 50 Cent and Fat Joe call a truce on stage.
Teaming up with her longtime collaborator Timbaland, Missy drops the two new singles which mark her first offerings in four years.
'We've seen the reports surfacing that they have been confirmed to participate but that is not the case,' so a rep claims, clarifying rumors of Missy and Timbo's involvement in the Drake-led album.
This year's line-up will include a special performance from femcee Elliott who will make this a comeback performance since announcing her autoimmune disease.
The music video sees Mr. Nice Watch visiting a therapist played by Missy Elliott to deal with his anxiety.
The 'Skyscraper' singer turns up the beat in her newly-released song, singing about staying up all night long with the guy she sets her sights on.
'She could light up any room. I miss that from her,' Missy recalls in an interview, while Drizzy and other musicians take to Twitter to pay tribute to the 'One in a Million' singer.
The revamped song hit the web over the weekend, featuring an opening line and 'T.G.I.F.' chant by Missy Elliott.
The song remix is expected to boost sales of 'Last Friday Night' and eventually push her to No. 1 on Billboard Hot 100 and make another chart record.
The 'Shock Value' producer/rapper kicks off his 'Thursday' music catering with a new track featuring Missy Elliott.
The female rapper was handed the honor by Ciara at a ceremony hosted by actress Nia Long over the weekend.
Saying there's not a day going by without her thinking about Aailyah, the rapper thinks artists like Ciara has been inspired by the late singer.
The singer arrived 20 minutes late on stage and tried to make up for it by staying for extra time, but festival bosses turned off the music during her rendition of 'Lose Control'.
Queen Latifah is the winner of a car race, beating Common and Robin Thicke in the Missy Elliott-featuring music video for her single 'Fast Car'.