Da brat dating history
In reality, the pair had found refuge at a family member's home where their possessions were stored in a loaded U-Haul truck.with friends La'Shawn Shellman, Chonita Coleman, and Radiah Scott.At the age of four in 1975, she wanted to be a performer, and, as biographer Veronica A.Davis writes, she "would sing and perform for her family".
Also, that year Elliott appeared on the Men of Vizion's remix of "Do Thangz" which was produced by Rodney Jerkins (coincidentally the producer of the original version of "The Things That You Do").In the center of a busy period making guest appearances and writing for other artists, Elliott's debut album, Supa Dupa Fly, was released in mid-1997; the success of its lead single "The Rain" led the album to be certified platinum.The success was also a result of the music videos of her single releases which had been directed by Harold "Hype" Williams, who created many groundbreaking hip hop, or arguably more specifically Afrofuturistic, videos at the time.Missy also appeared in LSG's song "All the Time" with Gerald Levert, Keith Sweat, Johnny Gill, Faith Evans, and Coko in 1997 on Levert Sweat Gill classic album.
The same year, she rapped in "Keys To My House" with old friends group Le Vert.
Though videos were released for the original and remix versions of the single "Brand New", the album was shelved and never released.