List of awards and nominations received by Missy Elliott

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Missy Elliott awards and nominations

Awards and nominations
Award Wins Nominations
American Music Awards
4 5
ASCAP Pop Music Awards
11 16
ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Awards
20 32
BET Awards
18 22
Grammy Awards
5 20
MOBO Awards
19 32
MTV Video Music Awards
15 20
Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
8 9
Teen Choice Awards
5 7
VIVA Comet Media Awards
2 3
Totals
Awards won 189
Nominations 230

Missy Elliott is an American rapper, singer-songwriter, author, record producer and actress. Missy's debut album Supa Dupa Fly was released on July 15, 1997 in the United States under her own label The Goldmind Inc. signed under Elektra Records. Her second album Da Real World was then released on June 22, 1999, followed by her third album Miss E... So Addictive, released on May 15, 2001. Under Construction was the fourth album released by Elliott, which was released on November 12, 2002, followed by her fifth album This Is Not a Test! that saw a release in November 25, 2003, and The Cookbook, Elliott's latest album to date, which was released on July 4, 2005.

Throughout Missy Elliott's career, she has received several awards and nominations. Elliott would also be noted to become the first female rapper in history to take home the award for "Best International Video" from VIVA Comet Media Awards for her solo debut single, "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)". Elliott's debut Supa Dupa Fly (1997) would go on to score two Grammy nominations for Best Rap Solo Performance & Best Rap Album, alongside three MTV Music Video Awards nominations for "Best Direction in a Video," "Best Breakthrough Video" & "Best Rap Video".

Missy Elliott's second album Da Real World (1999) attained a Grammy nomination for Best Rap Album. She also received an award for "Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video" by the Soul Train Awards. The album went on to go platinum making it Elliott's second platinum album. The follow-up, Miss E... So Addictive (2001), was a commercial success; selling over 9.2 million copies worldwide making it her third consecutive platinum album.[1] This album would attain twelve MTV Video Music Awards nominations throughout 2001 and 2002. Additionally, the effort gained Elliott several nominations from various award shows some including, the Grammy Awards, MTV Video Music Awards, and the BET Awards.

On March 27, 2001, Lil' Kim, Christina Aguilera, Pink, and Mýa recorded a cover version of the LaBelle song, "Lady Marmalade" as a medley for the feature film Moulin Rouge that Missy Elliott wrote and produced, which topped #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for five weeks. "Lady Marmalade" scored Elliott's first Grammy Award in 2002 for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.

Missy Elliott's fourth album Under Construction (2002) was certified double platinum, making it her fourth platinum album. The effort gained Elliott eight MTV Video Music Awards in 2003, taking two awards for "Video of the Year & "Best Hip-Hop Video". The album also gained Elliott five Grammy nominations in 2004 for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, Best Rap Album, Album of The Year, Best Rap Song & Best Female Rap Solo Performance taking an award for Best Female Rap Solo Performance. Elliott's follow-up This Is Not a Test! (2003) would also attain a platinum certification, as well as two MTV Video Music Awards and one MTV Music Video Japan Awards nominations.

The Cookbook (2005) is Missy Elliott's latest album to date. The effort attained three Grammy nominations in 2006 for Best Short Form Music Video, Best Rap Song & Best Rap Album. Elliott received the award for Best Short Form Music Video for her single "Lose Control". The Cookbook also gained Elliott seven MTV Video Music Awards nominations, taking two awards for "Best Dance Video" and "Best Hip-Hop Video". In 2014, Missy Elliott became nominated for a Grammy for Best R&B Song for the featured single, "Without Me".

American Music Awards[edit]

The American Music Awards is an annual music awards ceremony and one of several major annual American music awards shows. is an annual music awards ceremony and one of several major annual American music awards shows.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 Moulin Rouge! Favorite Soundtrack Won
2003 Under Construction Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Album Won
Herself Favorite Rap/Hip-Hop Female Artist Nominated
2005 Won
2006 Won

ASCAP[edit]

ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Get Ur Freak On" Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures Won[2]

ASCAP Pop Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 "Work It" Award Winning Songs Won[3]
2006 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Most Performed Songs Won
"Lose Control" Won
2008 "Let It Go" (with Keyshia Cole & Lil' Kim) Won[4]

ASCAP Rhythm & Soul Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 "Not Tonight" (with Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC, Da Brat, Angie Martinez, Lil' Kim) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song Won
1999 "Make It Hot" (with Nicole Wray, Timbaland, Mocha) Award-Winning R&B Songs Nominated[5]
2000 "Where My Girls At?" (with 702, co-written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song Won[6]
2001 "Hot Boyz" R&S Award-Winning R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Won[7]
Top Rap Song Won[7]
2002 "Get Ur Freak On" Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song Won
2003 "Work It" Won
"Gossip Folks" (featuring Ludacris) Top R&B/Hip-Hop Song Won
"So Gone" (with Monica, produced and written by Missy Elliott) Won
2004 Award Winning R&B/Hip Hop Songs Won[8]
"Work It" Award Winning Rap Songs Won[8]
"Gossip Folks" Won[8]
2006 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Award Winning R&B/Hip Hop Songs Won
"Free Yourself" (with Fantasia) Won
2008 "Let It Go" (with Keyshia Cole & Lil' Kim) Won[9]

BET[edit]

BET Awards[edit]

Missy Elliott won the BET Award for Best Female Hip-Hop Artist five times out of six nominations from 2001 to 2016.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 Herself Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Won
2002 Won
"One Minute Man" Video of the Year Nominated
2003 "Work It Won
Viewer's Choice Nominated
"Gossip Folks" Best Collaboration Won
Herself Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Won
2004 Won
2005 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Viewer's Choice Nominated
Best Collaboration Won
2006 "Touch It" (with Busta Rhymes) Nominated
"Lose Control" Video of the Year Won
Herself Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Won
2008 Won
"Let It Go" (with Keyshia Cole & Lil' Kim) Best Collaboration Nominated
Viewer's Choice Won
2010 Herself "Best Female Hip-Hop Artist" Nominated
2016 "Best Female Hip-Hop Artist" Missy Elliott Nominated

BET Hip-Hop Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2006 "Touch It" (with Busta Rhymes) Best Hip-Hop Collaboration Won
Herself Best Live Performer Won
2009 Influential Women In Hip-Hop Won
2012 "Nobody's Perfect" (with J. Cole) Reese's Perfect Combo Award Won

Black Girls Rock! Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 Herself Creative Visionary Won[10]
2010 Visionary Won[11]

Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 Herself Top Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year[12] Won
2003 Herself Top Female R&B/Hip-Hop Artist of the Year[12] Won
"Work It" Hot Rap Track[12] Won

Billboard Women in Music Awards[edit]

The Billboard Women in Music Awards is an annual awards ceremony presented by Billboard magazine. Elliott was honored with an award on its 10th edition.[13]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2015[13] Herself Innovator Won

Brit Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 "I Want You Back" (with Melanie B) Best British Music Video Nominated
2003 Herself Best International Female Won
2004 Nominated
2006 Won

Channel V Thailand Music Video Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" (with Christina Aguilera, Pink & Mýa) Popular Duo/Group Video Won

DanceStar Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 "4 My People" Best Video[14] Nominated

EME Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2009 Herself (with John Legend) Friend of Reggae Won

Grammy Awards[edit]

Missy Elliott has received 5 Grammy awards: 3 for her solo rap career ("Get Ur Freak On," "Scream aka Itchin" and "Work It"), 1 for her production work ("Lady Marmalade"), and 1 for her music video work ("Lose Control"). Her nominations span three consecutive decades. In total, Elliott's six studio albums garnered 16 nominations. Five of six of Elliott's albums were nominated in any Grammy category, and four received Best Rap Album nominations.

Nominated works written and performed by Missy Elliott[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 "Not Tonight (Ladies Night)" (with Lil' Kim, Angie Martinez, Da Brat & Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes of TLC) Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
"The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated
Supa Dupa Fly Best Rap Album Nominated
2000 Da Real World Best Rap Album Nominated
2002 "One Minute Man" Best Short Form Music Video Nominated
"Get Ur Freak On" Best R&B Song Nominated
Best Rap Solo Performance Won
2003 "The Knoc" (with Dr. Dre & Knoc-turn'al) Best Short Form Music Video Nominated
"Scream a.k.a. Itchin" Best Female Rap Solo Performance Won
2004 "Gossip Folks" (featuring Ludacris)1 Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Nominated
Under Construction Best Rap Album Nominated
Album of the Year Nominated
"Work It"1 Best Rap Song Nominated
Best Female Rap Solo Performance Won
2006 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
"Lose Control" (featuring Ciara & Fatman Scoop)2, 3 Best Rap Song Nominated
Best Short Form Music Video Won
The Cookbook Best Rap Album Nominated
2007 "We Run This" Best Rap Solo Performance Nominated
2008 "Let It Go" (with Keyshia Cole & Lil' Kim)2 Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Nominated
2014 "Without Me" (with Fantasia & Kelly Rowland) Best R&B Song Nominated

Notes[edit]

1. Song was also co-produced by Missy Elliott.
2. Song was also produced by Missy Elliott.
3. Music video was co-directed by Missy Elliott.

Nominated works written and produced by Missy Elliott[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" (with Mýa, Pink, Lil' Kim, Christina Aguilera, produced by Missy Elliott)[15] Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals Won
2004 "U-Haul" (with Angie Stone, Tweet, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
2006 "Free Yourself" (with Fantasia, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
Best R&B Song Nominated
Free Yourself (with Fantasia, written, co-produced and featuring Missy Elliott) Best R&B Album Nominated
2008 Fantasia (with Fantasia, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best R&B Album Nominated
2009 "Need U Bad" (with Jazmine Sullivan, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
Fearless (with Jazmine Sullivan, executive produced by and featuring Missy Elliott) Best R&B Album Nominated
"I'm His Only Woman" (with Jennifer Hudson and Fantasia, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals Nominated
2011 "Everything to Me" (with Monica, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated
Still Standing (with Monica, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best R&B Album Nominated
"Holding You Down (Goin' In Circles)" (with Jazmine Sullivan, written and co-produced by Missy Elliott) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance Nominated

Groovevolt Music & Fashion Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 "When Kim Say (Can You Hear Me Now)" (with Lil' Kim) Best Deep Cut Track Won[16]
Under Construction Best Female Album Won[16]
"Work It" Best Song Performance Won[16]
Video of the Year Nominated


Guinness World Records[edit]

The Guinness World Records Are the greatest achievements of history in different world records in this case musical records of the rappers Missy Elliott.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 Not Tonight The first hip hop song to sell more than 5 million for female artist Won
2000 Hot Boyz The song with more weeks in # 1 in the Hot Rap Song with 19 weeks Won
2002 Missy Elliott The first rapper to have more than 30 million albums sold worldwide Won
2002 Missy Elliott The first rapper to have more than 50 million singles worldwide Won
2002 "Work It" The most sold songs by a rapera in physical format with more than 11 million Won
The song with more weeks in the top 10 for a rapper with 29 weeks Won
2003 Missy Elliott The first rapper in history to have more than 10 songs in the top 10 of the Billboard Hot 100 Won
The most awarded rapper in history with more than 160 awards Won
2005 Missy Elliott The only rapper to have more than 90 million records Won

International Dance Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Get Ur Freak On" Best Rap/Hip-Hop Track Won[17]
2003 "Work It" Won[18]
2004 "Pass That Dutch" Best Dance Video Won[19]
2006 "Lose Control" Best R&B/Urban Dance Track Won
Best Rap/Hip Hop Dance Track Nominated
Best Dance Video Won

MTV[edit]

MTV Asia Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" Favorite Video Nominated
2002 "Work It" Video of the Year Won

MTV Music Video Japan Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 "Lady Marmalade" (with Mýa, Pink, Lil' Kim, Christina Aguilera) Best Video from a Film Won
Best Hip-Hop Video Nominated
2004 This Is Not a Test! Album of the Year Nominated
2005 "Car Wash" (with Christina Aguilera) Best Video from a Film Nominated
2006 "Lose Control" Best Collaboration Won

MTV Europe Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 Herself Best Rap Won
Supa Dupa Fly Best Rap Album Won
2001 Herself Best Hip-Hop Artist Won
2003 "Work It" Best Video Won
Herself Best Hip-Hop Artist Won
2005 Best Female Artist Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Artist Won
2006 Best Hip-Hop Artist Won
2003 "Lose Control" Best Video Won

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

The MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) is an award show by the cable network MTV to honor the top music videos of the year. It was first held at the end of the summer of 1984, and originally as an alternative to the Grammy Award in the video category. Missy Elliott has won 15 VMAs out of 35 nominations.

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1997 "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" Best Direction in a Video Won
Breakthrough Video Nominated
Best Rap Video Won
2001 "Get Ur Freak On" Best Cinematography in a Video Won
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Special Effects in a Video Won
Best Hip Hop Video Won
Best Female Video Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated
2002 "One Minute Man" (with Ludacris and Trina) Best Cinematography in a Video Won
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Won
2003 "Work It" Best Cinematography in a Video Nominated
Best Art Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Editing in a Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated
Best Hip-Hop Video Won
Best Female Video Won
Video of the Year Won
2004 "I'm Really Hot" Best Dance Video Nominated
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
2005 "Lose Control" Best Special Effects in a Video Won
Best Choreography in a Video Nominated
Best Direction in a Video Nominated
Best Special Effects in a Video Nominated
Breakthrough Video Nominated
Best Dance Video Won
Best Hip-Hop Video Won
"1,2 Step" (with Ciara) Best Dance Video Nominated
2006 "We Run This" Best Special Effects in a Video Won
2008 "Ching-a-Ling"/"Shake Your Pom Pom" (3D) Best Special Effects Won

MOBO Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1997 "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" Best Video Won
1998 Herself Best International Act Nominated
2001 Best Hip-Hop Act Won[20]
"Get Ur Freak On" Best Single Won

MuchMusic Video Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 "Work It"[21] Best International Video – Artist Nominated
2004 "Pass That Dutch" Nominated

NAACP Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1999 Herself Outstanding Rap Artist Nominated
2002 "Work It" Outstanding Song Won[22]
Herself Outstanding Female Artist Nominated
2003 Won
2013 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Female Artist Won

NME Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 Herself Best Hip Hop/Rap Act Won

Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2002 Missy Elliott Favorite Female Artist Won
2003 Work It(with Missy Elliott) Favorite Song Won
2006 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Favorite Song Won

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 Missy Elliott Favorite Hip Hop Artist Won
Favorite Female Artist Won
2000 Missy Elliott Favorite Hip Hop Artist Won
Favorite Female Artist Nominated
2002 "Get Ur Freak On" Favorite Song Won
Favorite Video Music Won
2002 Missy Elliott Favorite Hip Hop Artist Won
2005 "Car Wash" (with Christina Aguilera) Favorite Remake Won
Favorite Combined Forces Nominated
Favorite Song Nominated
2006 "Lose Control" (with Christina Aguilera) Favorite Song Won
Favorite Music Video Nominated
2006 Missy Elliott Favorite Hip Hop Artist Won

Radio Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" (with Christina Aguilera, Lil' Kim, Pink & Mýa) Song of the Year: Top 40 - Pop Radio Won

Soul Train[edit]

Soul Train Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 "One in a Million" (with Aaliyah) Best R&B/Soul Single Nominated
2002 "Get Ur Freak On" Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Won
2003 "Work It" Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Won
"So Gone" (with Monica) Best R&B/Soul Single Nominated
2006 "Lose Control" Best R&B/Soul or Rap Dance Cut Won

Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1998 "Not Tonight" (with Lil' Kim) Best Video by a Female Won
1999 "Where My Girls At?" (with 702) Best R&B/Soul Single - Group, Band or Duo Nominated
2000 "Hot Boyz" Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Won
2001 "Get Ur Freak On" Won
2002 "One Minute Man" Won
2003 "Work It" Won
R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year Won
2005 "1, 2 Step (with Ciara) Best R&B/Soul or Rap Dance Cut Won
"Lose Control" Best R&B/Soul or Rap Music Video Won

The Source Hip-Hop Music Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 Herself Artist of the Year - Female Solo Nominated
"Work It" Single of the Year - Female Solo Artist Nominated
Video of the Year Nominated

SPIN Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 Herself (with Cat Power) Best Solo Artist Won

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" Choice Song of Summer Won
2002 Herself Choice Female Artist[23][24] Won
2003 Nominated
Choice Rap Artist Nominated
"Work It" Choice Music Single[24] Won
2005 Choice TV Personality: Female Herself Won
2006 "1, 2 Step" (with Ciara) Choice Music R&B/Hip Hop Track Won

TMF[edit]

TMF Belgium Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" (with Christina Aguilera, Pink & Mýa) Video of the Year Won

TMF Netherlands Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" (with Christina Aguilera, Pink & Mýa) Video of the Year Won

Visual Effects Society Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2004 "Pass That Dutch" Outstanding Visual Effects in a Music Video Won
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VH1 Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2001 "Lady Marmalade" (with Christina Aguilera, Pink & Mýa) My VH1 Favorite Video Won[27]
My VH1 Music Award for Is It Hot In Here Or Is It Just My Video? Won[27]
There's No "I" in Team (Best Collaboration) Won[28]

VH1 Hip Hop Honors Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2007 Herself Hip Hop Honors Won[29]
2016 Herself Hip Hop Honors Won[30]

VIVA Comet Media Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
1997 "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)" Best International Video Won
2001 "Get Ur Freak On" Won
Herself International Hip-Hop Won
2003 Nominated

Vibe Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 "Work It" Reelist Video Won
Herself Artist of the Year[31] Won
2005 "Lose Control" Reelist Video Nominated

Wild Writings Online Awards[edit]

Year Nominee/work Award Result
2003 This Is Not a Test! Album of the Year Hip-Hop/Rap Won

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