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Missy Elliott Flips It, Reverses It: Sept. 9 in Hip-Hop history

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Missy Elliott works it, OutKast drop a mighty hit and one of the crucial outstanding soul men of all time is born — on today in hip-hop background.
2002: Missy Elliott drops "Work It"
She flipped it and reversed it, all correct, and via doing so, pass over E. made "Work It" her greatest hit. First, there's that old-college groove that Timbaland cooked up — half "Peter Piper," half alien transmission from some planet the place it's nevertheless 1980. Then, there are Elliott's naughty come-ons (like "i might like to get to understand ya so I could exhibit ya / Put the pussy on ya like I told ya" — and that's just the first lines of the primary verse), which are developed around that hook — "Put my element down, flip it and reverse it," followed via backwards gibberish, which is truly "Put my aspect down, flip it and reverse it," reversed. It became superb and hip and horny and nasty and it hit No. 2 on the Billboard hot one hundred singles chart and stayed there for 10 weeks.
"Work It" turned into part of the universal common vibe Elliott and Timbaland had been going for on the album beneath construction. "What's different about this album is it be historical school, or not it's like how tune used to be," Elliott informed leisure Tonight on the time. "it's going to the more youthful youngsters who might now not know the way a long way back hip-hop goes — as a result of for the younger era, they form of consider hip-hop starts at Jay-Z, Nas, Missy Elliott, whoever — but it goes farther lower back than that."
2003: OutKast drop "good day Ya!"
OutKast were all over the place in 2003 — you couldn't get away them, because they put out two massive singles off what is going to probably stand as their closing basic album, the double set Speakerboxxx/The Love under (in fact such as solo information from AndrĂ© 3000 and massive Boi). whereas "the way You stream" become a definitive hip-hop jam (all rap in the verses, all R&B in the refrain), "whats up Ya!" became whatever thing else entirely, a freaky acoustic pop track with a heavy synth bass and handclaps aplenty.  And when AndrĂ© receives into the "Shake it like a Polaroid picture" breakdown, that you could't assist but hand over to his charms and do what he demands, no matter if you're at home, on the dance flooring, or to your motor vehicle.
1941: Otis Redding is born
probably the most superior soul men to ever stand at the mic and pour his coronary heart out to an audience, Otis Redding become born on this present day in Dawson, Ga. From his first hit, "These hands of Mine" (1962) to his closing one, "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay" (1967), Redding wrote and recorded probably the most most indelible soul songs ever placed on vinyl — songs like "try a bit Tenderness," "I've Been Loving You," and "respect," which became a large hit for Aretha Franklin. Redding become killed in an aircraft crash in 1967, best a number of days after recording "(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay," at simply 26 years ancient.
1962: Jerome Benton of the Time is born
Morris Day's replicate-bearing manservant and the Time's secondary focal element became born on this present day to a family that also included Time bassist and famed producer Terry Lewis, Jerome's brother.
1965: MC Shan is born
the person who gave us "The Bridge" and Snow's 1992 earworm "Informer" got here into the realm at the present time, in Queensbridge, N.Y.
1977:  Soulja Slim is born
raise a toast to Soulja Slim, who wrote and carried out on Juvenile's "slow movement," and who left this airplane of existence in 2003, before he might see it turn into a No. 1 hit in 2004.
1986: Yung Berg is born
chuffed birthday, Christian Ward, who goes by means of Hitmaka now, but who was brought to us as Yung Berg when he recorded "sexy woman" and "attractive can i" in 2007. "attractive can i," credited to Ray J featuring Yung Berg, hit No. 3 on the Billboard scorching one hundred in 2008.

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