First Female Hip Hop Artist Inducted Into Songwriters Hall Of Fame – Missy Elliot

   Songwriter, producer, and cultural icon Missy Elliot is now the first female hip hop artist to be inducted into the songwriters hall of fame. Missy’s six solo albums each went platinum or better and she has written songs for  the greatest R&B singers from Aaliyah to Beyonce!
    As one of hip hop’s definitive songwriter/producers, Elliott’s star-studded list of songwriting credits continues to grow, including hits like Beyoncé (“Signs”), Whitney Houston (“In My Business”), Ciara (“One Two Step”), Monica (“So Gone”), Destiny’s Child (“Confessions”), SWV (“Can We”), Fantasia (“Free Yourself” and “Bump What Your Friends Say”), Mary J Blige (“I Never Been”), Aaliyah (“One In A Million,” “If Only Your Girl Knew,” and “Hot Like Fire”), Tweet (“Call Me”), Jennifer Hudson (“I’m His Only Woman”), Nicole Wray (“Make It Hot”), Mya (“My Love Is Like Whoa”), Total (“What About Us” and “Trippin”), and 702 (“Where My Girls At?” and “Stello”) and many others.

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