One of the best female rappers in the hip-hop industry, Missy Elliott has revealed unknowns about one of her music videos, ‘Ching-A-Ling’ as she celebrates the anniversary of the music video on Twitter.
Missy Elliott released the song ‘Ching-A-Ling’ for the movie ‘Step Up 2: The Streets’ in 2008, and the song was one of the hits of that era. While celebrating the video clip’s 13th anniversary, the Missy music video clips revealed the relevant unknowns.
The 49-year-old rapper announced that she made the song for Step Up 2 and said that this music video was the first hip-hop video shot in 3D.
Here’s what Missy Elliott said:
“Happy Anniversary on this day I dropped this song “Chingaling” for the movie Step Up & this video was in 3D first HipHop video to be shot in 3D and we premiered in a theatre with the glasses & all!!!”
She also said:
“Can’t forget Shake Ya Pom Pom!!! Let’s go!!!! 13 years already. Welp got some new heat coming soon.”
Check out the Twitter post below.
Happy Anniversary on this day I dropped this song “Chingaling” for the movie Step Up🎉🎈🎊& this video was in 3D first HipHop video to be shot in 3D and we premiered in a theatre with the glasses & all!!! pic.twitter.com/NqD8iyF6HH
— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) January 23, 2021
Back on January 5, Grammy Award-winning rapper made a recent statement on her verified Twitter account and revealed what her ‘Oops’ song means.
The rapper said with the ‘FunFact‘ tag that the song was never about ‘masturbation,’ but about appreciating ‘dark skin’ when they looked in the mirror. She continued and said that it’s just the audience who thinks it’s about sex, and that she lets consumers create what they want.
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