Missy Elliott Remembers Supa Dupa Fly 15 Years Later [VIDEO]
It's been 15 years since Missy Elliott released her game changing project Supa Dupa Fly. During a recent interview with Fuse TV, the VA MC played a game titled "Review the old and plug the new," during which she discussed her classic album and revealed a few details about her forthcoming project.
"I consider Supa Dupa Fly a great album because everything about it. You hadn't heard it before. You hadn't heard that sound. Even the rap flows was different," said Elliott. "I'm probably more in awe with it now than I was then. Then it was just like, 'Okay, this is cute,' but now when I'm listening years later and seeing that it's still no records like this album, oh I'm in more awe now then I was then."
From there, the interview segued into Missy's forthcoming work, which includes her two new singles “9th Inning” and “Triple Threat.” Missy Elliott explained that she's excited about her new music, but she has yet to decide on a title for her seventh album. While she was choosing between Block Party and Class Dismissed, one fan suggested a third title, Class in Session during a recent Ustream session.
Despite her indecisiveness, Elliott did reveal that a sequel to "Ladies Night" has a high likelihood of appearing on the currently untitled project. See the full interview below.
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