Video: Nelly Furtado Praises Missy Elliott At VH1's Hip Hop Honors While many pop stars try to replicate the 90s, we don't think we've ever seen another music video so perfectly encapsulate the time period — It's almost creepy-good.
Plus, we're only about three months away from being treated to Nelly's entire sixth studio album After a six-year hiatus, VH1's Hip Hop Honors returned to celebrate the game changers of the hip hop industry.
But this year's event, aptly dubbed All Hail The Queens, was all about that girl power!
That's because the Canadian singer just made her triumphant return to music on Tuesday with a haunting home video for her new song, !
and now, more than ten years later, that's no longer just a pipe dream.
, either.) “It’s like when you squeeze a lemon, and you really want to get out that last bit of juice,” Nelly said of the approach to her latest material.
“I have shed another layer of skin.” One song featured on Nelly’s new album is called “Phoenix,” a title she also borrowed for her July 25 concert with the Victoria Symphony benefitting Syrian refugees.
Their efforts resulted in a primarily dance-pop and electropop record, which sees additional influences from Euro disco, dubstep, and funk.
The lyrical themes revolve around love, fame, media scrutiny, sex, and clubbing.
Consequently, Blackout is distinguished as Spears' first studio album not to debut in the number-one position in the United States, although it was later certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for exceeding one million shipments.