Melissa Arnette Elliott (conceived July 1, 1971 in Portsmouth, Virginia), better known by her stage name Missy “Crime” Elliott, is an American Grammy Award winning rapper, vocalist, maker, entertainer and previous individual from the R&B bunch Sista. With offers of more than seven million in the United States alone she is the main female rapper to have six collections guaranteed platinum by the RIAA and has worked broadly as a maker for some different craftsmen alongside her beloved companion Timbaland. She discharged her presentation collection, Supa Dupa Fly in 1997 and has since discharged 1999’s Da Real World, 2001’s Miss E… So Addictive, 2002’s Under Construction, 2003’s This isn’t a Test! also, 2005’s The Cookbook. She has been taking a shot at her seventh studio collection, Block Party, since 2007.
Elliott is one of the main female hip hop whizzes, known for a long arrangement of hits including “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)”, “Hit Them Wit Da Hee”, “Get Ur Freak On”, “One Minute Man”, “Work It”, and “Lose Control”. Likewise she has gotten acknowledgment as a standout amongst the best lyricists of the advanced music time, having made various hit records for craftsmen, for example, Aaliyah, 702, Total, Ciara, Nicole Wray and Tweet, frequently with generation accomplice and cherished companion Timbaland. She was the third female rapper to ever go Platinum, behind Lil’ Kim and Da Brat.
Conceived in Portsmouth, Virginia, she started her profession in the all-young lady R&B gathering, Sista in 1993. In the long run, the band collapsed and Elliott started her vocation as a performance rapper. Since the mid 1990’s, Elliott has won six Grammys, as of late scoring one for her video of “Lose Control.”
Different discharges are ‘Heartbroken’ and ‘We Run This’, and the remainder of these two melodies will be the principle single of the new most prominent hits collection titled ‘Regard M.E.: Best Of’ including 17 tracks from her six collections.