Missy Elliott production discography

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The following is a discography of production and writing by American hip-hop artist/producer Missy Elliott.

Official credits[edit]

1990s[edit]

1993[edit]

Raven-SymonéHere's to New Dreams

1995[edit]

Tony ThompsonSexsational
  • 10. "Slave" (produced by DeVante Swing, additional production & written by Missy Elliott)
Jason WeaverStay with Me (EP)
  • 02. "U R the 1" (writing credit)
JodeciThe Show, the After Party, the Hotel
  • 06. "S-More" (writing credit)
Various – Dangerous Minds soundtrack

1996[edit]

702No Doubt
  • 01. "Get Down Like Dat"
  • 02. "Steelo"
  • 05. "Not Gonna"
  • 07. "Round & Round"
AaliyahOne in a Million
  • 01. "Beats 4 da Streets (Intro)" (writing credit)
  • 02. "Hot like Fire" (writing credit)
  • 03. "One in a Million" (writing credit)
  • 04. "A Girl Like You" (featuring Treach) (uncredited writing and vocal arrangement)
  • 05. "If Your Girl Only Knew" (writing credit)
  • 08. "4 Page Letter" (writing credit)
  • 13. "Heartbroken" (writing credit)
  • 14. "Never Comin' Back" (writing credit)
  • 15. "Ladies in da House" (writing credit)
Busta RhymesIt's a Party (Vinyl)
  • 02. "It's a Party (AllStar Remix)" (featuring SWV) (writing credit)
GinuwineGinuwine...The Bachelor
  • 09. "I'll Do Anything/I'm Sorry" (writing credit)
  • 12. "G. Thang" (writing credit)

1997[edit]

Tha Truth – Makin' Moves
  • 01. "Makin' Moves" (co-produced by T-Smoov)
  • 02. "Gotta Find... (A New Love)" (co-produced by T-Smoov)
  • 03. "I Wanna Know" (co-produced by Erick Sermon)
  • 07. "Don't Rush" (co-produced by Marc Gordon)
  • 08. "U Better Be Ready"
  • 09. "Candy" (co-produced by Marc Gordon)
  • 10. "How We Roll"
  • 11. "Red Lights"/"Bustin Out (On Funk)" (featuring Erick Sermon)
Shades – Shades
  • 05. "Why" (co-produced by Chad "Dr. Seuss" Elliott)
Adina HowardWelcome to Fantasy Island
  • 05. "Crank Me Up"
Mariah CareyButterfly
  • 07. "Babydoll" (produced by Cory Rooney, additional production & written by Missy Elliott)
Puff Daddy & the FamilyNo Way Out
SWVRelease Some Tension
Timbaland & MagooWelcome to Our World
  • 01. "Beep Beep" (sampling credit)
  • 16. "Man Undercover" (featuring Aaliyah & Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Timbaland)

1998[edit]

MC LyteSeven & Seven
  • 01. "In My Business"
  • 02. "Too Fly" (featuring Pam from Total)
  • 12. "Want What I Got" (featuring Missy Elliott & Mocha)
Various – Cousin Skeeter
  • 00. 702 – "Cousin Skeeter (Theme)"
    • Sample credit: 702 – "Steelo"
Yo YoEbony
  • 03. "Do You Wanna Ride?" (featuring Kelly Price, Missy Elliott, & Lil Mo)
  • 10. "I Would If I Could" (featuring Missy Elliott & Lil Mo)
ElusionThink About It
  • 02. "Good & Plenty"
    • Sample credit: Missy Elliott – "I'm Talkin'"
NicoleMake It Hot
  • 02. "Seventeen" (co-produced by Gerard "Soundman" Thomas & Donald "Lenny" Holmes)
  • 03. "In da Street" (featuring Missy Elliott & Mocha) (co-produced by Gerard Thomas & Donald Holmes)
  • 09. "Nervous" (featuring Lil' Mo) (co-produced by Gerard Thomas & Donald Holmes)
  • 11. "Boy You Should Listen" (co-produced by Gerard Thomas & Donald Holmes)
TotalKima, Keisha, and Pam
  • 01. "Trippin'" (featuring Missy Elliott) (produced with Darryl Pearson, co-production by Timbaland, Puff Daddy & Mario Winans)
  • 02. "I Tried"
  • 03. "Rock Track" (writing credit)
  • 10. "There Will Be No #!*@ Tonight! (Interlude)"
  • 11. "Do Something" (featuring Missy Elliott & Mocha)
  • 15. "I Don't Wanna"
  • 16. "Move Too Fast"
TimbalandTim's Bio: Life from da Bassment
  • 13. "Talking on the Phone" (Kelly Price featuring Missy Elliott and Lil' Man) (co-production)
  • 15. "John Blaze" (Aaliyah featuring Missy Elliott) (co-production)
  • 17. "3:30 in the Morning" (co-production)
Whitney HoustonMy Love Is Your Love
  • 06. "In My Business" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Kelvin Bradshaw & Lloyd Turner)
  • 08. "Oh Yes" (co-produced by Kelvin Bradshaw & Lloyd Turner)
Various – Why Do Fools Fall in Love soundtrack
Various – Hav Plenty soundtrack
  • 09. SWV – "I Wanna Be Where You Are"
Various – Dr. Dolittle soundtrack

1999[edit]

Destiny's ChildThe Writing's on the Wall
  • 04. "Confession" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Gerard Thomas & Lenny Holmes)
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NasI Am...
  • 08. "You Won't See Me Tonight" (featuring Aaliyah) (writing credit)

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

Melanie BHot
  • 09. "I Want You Back" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Gerard Thomas)
*NSYNCNo Strings Attached
  • 03. "Space Cowboy (Yippie-Yi-Yay)" (featuring Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC) (uncredited additional production and co-writing)
Take 5Against All Odds
  • 02. "Hottie" (writing credit)
    • Originally recorded by *NSYNC
TamarTamar
  • 03. "No Disrespect"
TamiaA Nu Day
Various – Bait soundtrack
  • 07. Total – "Quick Rush" (featuring Missy Elliott)
Various – Romeo Must Die soundtrack

2001[edit]

Various – Moulin Rouge! soundtrack
AaliyahAaliyah
Bubba SparxxxDark Days, Bright Nights
Missy Elliott – Miss E ...So Addictive

2002[edit]

Mary J. BligeNo More Drama
  • 13. "Never Been"
Karen Clark Sheard2nd Chance
Me'Shell NdegeocelloCookie: The Anthropological Mixtape
Missy Elliott – Under Construction
  • 01. "Go to the Floor" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 02. "Bring the Pain" (featuring Method Man) (main production by Timbaland)
  • 03. "Gossip Folks" (featuring Ludacris) (main production by Timbaland)
  • 04. "Work It" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 05. "Back in the Day" (featuring Jay-Z) (main production by Timbaland)
  • 06. "Funky Fresh Dressed" (featuring Ms. Jade) (main production by Timbaland)
  • 07. "Pussycat" (co-produced by Erroll "Poppi" McCalla, Jr.)
  • 08. "Nothing Out There for Me" (featuring Beyoncé) (co-produced by Craig Brockman & Nisan Stewart)
  • 09. "Slide" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 10. "Play That Beat" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 11. "Ain't That Funny" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 12. "Hot" (main production by Timbaland)
  • 13. "Can You Hear Me" (featuring TLC) (co-produced by Craig Brockman & Nisan Stewart)
  • 14. "Work It (Remix)" (featuring 50 Cent) [Hidden Track]
  • 15. "Drop tha Bomb"
TLC3D
  • 09. "Dirty Dirty" (co-produced by Timbaland)
TrinaDiamond Princess
TweetSouthern Hummingbird
Whitney HoustonJust Whitney
  • 03. "Things You Say" (co-produced by CKB)

2003[edit]

BeyoncéDangerously in Love
  • 08. "Signs" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Craig Brockman & Nisan Stewart)
Lil' MoMeet the Girl Next Door
  • 03. "Doing Me Wrong" (co-produced by Walter "Lil' Walt" Millsap III)
Sticky FingazDecade: "...but wait it gets worse"
  • 04. "Can't Call It" (produced by Scott Storch, additional production & written by Missy Elliott)
Missy Elliott – This Is Not a Test!
Karen Clark SheardThe Heavens Are Telling
  • 07. "Go Ahead" (featuring Missy Elliott)
MonicaAfter the Storm
MýaMoodring
Various – Honey soundtrack
  • 01. "Hurt Sumthin'"
  • 08. "Thugman" (Tweet featuring Missy Elliott)
Various – The Fighting Temptations soundtrack

2004[edit]

213The Hard Way
  • 19. "So Fly"
    • Sample credit: Monica – "So Gone"
Angie StoneStone Love
  • 04. "U-Haul" (co-produced by Craig Brockman & Nisan Stewart)
CiaraGoodies
Fantasia BarrinoFree Yourself
Various – Shark's Tale

2005[edit]

Missy Elliott – The Cookbook
TweetIt's Me Again

2006[edit]

FantasiaFantasia
  • 08. "I'm Not That Type" (co-produced by Lamb)
  • 10. "Two Weeks Notice" (co-produced by Craig Brockman)
  • 14. "Bump What Your Friends Say" (co-produced by Soul Diggaz, Phil Lees)
MonicaThe Makings of Me

2007[edit]

Keyshia ColeJust Like You
  • 03. "Let It Go" (featuring Missy Elliott & Lil' Kim)
    • Sample credit: Mtume – "Juicy Fruit", Yarborough and Peoples – "Don't Stop the Music"

2008[edit]

Jazmine SullivanFearless
  • 02. "Need U Bad" (co-produced by Lamb)
    • Sample credit: Nicholas Taylor Stanton – "Higher Mediation Riddim Version", Tapper Zukie – "Papa Big Shirt"
  • 08. "Dream Big" (co-produced by Lamb)
Jennifer HudsonJennifer Hudson
  • 08. "I'm His Only Woman" (featuring Fantasia Barrino) (co-produced by Jack Splash)
Jessica Betts – Jessie Pearl

2009[edit]

Angie StoneUnexpected
  • 10. "Think Sometimes"

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

MonicaStill Standing
Jazmine SullivanLove Me Back
  • 01. "Holding You Down (Goin' In Circles)" (co-produced by Lamb)
  • 07. "Excuse Me" (co-produced by Lamb)
  • 12. "Luv Back"

2012[edit]

MonicaNew Life

2014[edit]

Sharaya J – TBA
  • 00. "Green Light" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Souldiggaz)
  • 00. "Where My Ladies At?" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Souldiggaz)
  • 00. "What Is Love" (co-written by Alja Jackson)
  • 00. "Smash Up the Place" (co-produced by Web of the Machine)
  • 00. "Shut It Down" (co-produced by Aaron "Dboy" Monroe)[2]
Faith EvansIncomparable
Missy ElliottBlock Party[citation needed]
  • 00. "9th Inning" (featuring Timbaland) (additional production, produced by Timbaland & Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon)
  • 00. "Pin the Tail" (co-produced by Timbaland)
  • 00. "Blow Ya Whistle" (co-produced by Souldiggaz)
  • 00. "Talk a Lotta Trash" (co-produced by Alicia "4Bia" Cherry)
  • 00. "Pre Madonna/Prima Donna" (co-produced by Timbaland)
  • 00. "Bounce It Up and Down" (co-produced by Timbaland)
  • 00. "Rather" (co-produced by Lamb)
Kat DahliaMy Garden[3]

Unreleased / Non-album songs[edit]

702
  • "Speakers Blow" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • "Gotta Leave (Remix)" (featuring Missy Elliott)
Aaliyah
BlaqueTorch
  • 02. "Ugly" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by CKB, Craig Brockman, Dante Nolen, Nisan Stewart)
  • 03. "Freakazoid"
  • 09. "Nappy Dugout"
  • 10. "Dat's Right"
  • 15. "No Ganksta"
  • 00. "Lingerie"
Cheri Dennis
  • "Wrapped Around Me" (co-produced by Timbaland)
Eminem
Fantasia
  • "Clap Ya Hands" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • "Turn This Party Up" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • "No Stoppin'"
Janet Jackson
Jazmine SullivanBreak My Little Heart
  • 00. "Break My Little Heart"
  • 00. "Don't Let Me Get Started"
  • 00. "Feel Nice"
  • 00. "Backstabbers" (co-produced by Timbaland)
  • 00. "Where Did He Go? (Bus Stop)" (featuring Tweet)
Jessica Betts
Missy Elliott
  • "What U Say" (featuring LaTocha Scott)
  • "Come On Back"
  • "Release the Tension"
  • "Can We" (SWV demo)
  • "Drop tha Bomb"
  • "Let's Get Married" (co-produced by Timbaland)
  • "It's a Woman's World"
  • "Sexy Enough" (featuring Free & Raje Shwari)
  • "Pussycat" (Remix) (featuring Janet Jackson & Lil' Kim)
  • "Swing Your Partner" (featuring Eve)
  • "I Want You Back" (Mel B demo)
Mocha – Bella Mafia
Monica
  • "Best Friends"[5]
  • "Girl, Please"
  • "No Stoppin'"
  • "Let Me Know" (featuring Missy Elliott)
NicoleElektric Blue
  • 00. "Bangin' (Don't Lie)" (featuring Prodigy of Mobb Deep) (writing credit)
  • 00. "Single Life (Interlude)" (featuring Missy Elliott)
  • 00. "Last Night a DJ..." (featuring Missy Elliott)
Olivia
  • "Cherry Pop"
  • "Not Alone"
Sarah Jo Martin
So Def
  • "Navigator"
  • "I Like It"
  • "Hell Naw"
  • "Happy Birthday" (featuring Izza Kizza & Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Souldiggaz)
TimbalandThe World Is Ours
Torrey CarterThe Life I Live
  • 01. "Floss Ya Jewels"
  • 02. "Take That" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Charlamagne)
  • 04. "The Life I Wanna Live" (featuring Nokio of Dru Hill) (co-produced by Nokio)
  • 08. "Now I Got a Girl" (co-produced & co-written by Lil Mo)
  • 09. "Same 'Ol" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Timbaland)
Total
Tweet
  • "Shook Up" (featuring Free)
  • "Mr. DJ" (featuring Missy Elliott) (co-produced by Soul Diggaz)
  • "Procrastination" (featuring Missy Elliott & Timbaland) (co-produced by Timbaland)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Memory Lane: Sheek recalls how Missy Elliot saved his verse on "It's All About The Benjamins"". MissInfo.tv. 28 September 2010. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 
  2. ^ "Watching The Week > Film > 3. T by Alexander Wang 2014 Campaign". HUNGER TV. HUNGERTV.com. 8 June 2014. Retrieved 10 June 2014. 
  3. ^ "Kat Dahlia works with Missy Elliot for debut album ‘My Garden’". hamadamania.com. 19 July 2013. Retrieved 13 March 2014. 
  4. ^ "Twitter / BINKDOG: @MissyElliott wish the world ...". Twitter. 16 January 2014. Retrieved 16 January 2014. 
  5. ^ ""Monica" Shows R&B Star Coming of Age"". Xs4all. Retrieved 2008-02-05. 

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