Hall Of Fame Announce Missy Elliot As First Female Rapper Nominee
Legendary rapper, Missy Elliot is the first female rapper ever to be nominated in to Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame
Rapper Missy Elliott made history on February 1 when the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame revealed its 2023 candidates, making her the first female member of the Hip Hop genre to receive the award.
“This is a very remarkable honor.
I’m really pleased and thrilled to be among the amazing awardees, “In the present, Missy stated in a news statement.
“I’ve devoted my professional life to creating the genre of music I like, therefore it means the world to me to hear that I have impacted others as well.”
The 51-year-old “Lose Control” singer went on to say what the honor meant to her.
She went on, “Nevertheless, to learn that I am the first ever female hip-hop artist to receive a nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?!
This song really stands out because I want to help more female emcees get noticed, so I hope it does that!”
Artists including Kate Bush, Sheryl Crow, Cyndi Lauper, and George Michael are also up for the award.
This autumn, a date, a location, and other details will be revealed for the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2023 Induction Ceremony.