Home Music Missy Elliott displays on the making of ‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’ music video

Missy Elliott displays on the making of ‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’ music video

Missy Elliott displays on the making of ‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’ music video


Missy Elliott has mirrored on creating the enduring music video for her observe ‘The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)’, recalling a slight wardrobe mishap on the shoot day.

Within the video for the 1997 music the rapper wears an inflatable black leather-based bodysuit, which is shot in a excessive angle fish-eye lens.

Reflecting on the video being ranked the primary biggest hip-hop video of all time by Rolling Stone, the rapper shared on Twitter: “Enjoyable reality I needed to go to a fuel station in Brooklyn NY to get air on this blow up go well with & the go well with blew up so massive I couldn’t match within the automobile so I needed to stroll again to set down the road on this outfit in BROOKLYN. dem ppl was driving cross like she should be excessive.”

“Excessive as a kite,” she joked in a follow-up tweet. “I ponder if anyone from Brooklyn noticed me that day strolling down the road in that sizzling ass go well with. if you happen to have a look at the music video it had deflated by the point I obtained again to set so some scenes the go well with flat in spite of everything that strolling.”

Sharing clips of the music video, Elliott went on: “Funfact in regards to the blow up go well with deflating so the primary lil clip is after they needed to maintain blowing the go well with up however the second clip you possibly can see the go well with deflating however shit we was on a funds so we stored the scenes the place the the go well with was deflated. that was so hood.”

Final month, Elliott additionally mirrored on manufacturing of music, which includes a pattern of Ann Peebles’ 1973 single ‘I Can’t Stand The Rain’. “My BEATS & STYLE & my bodily look the chubby gal was not like anybody else out,” she shared in a tweet.

“I used to be Animated & doing sound results manner again then which we now name them ADLIBS. Take a look at this video 2day this got here out 26 years in the past & it’s nonetheless is SO far AHEAD. that is Info.”

Again in March, Elliott featured on FLO‘s new single ‘Fly Woman’, which samples Elliott‘s 2002 hit ‘Work Hit’ together with an unique verse.

“Working with FLO has been nothing lower than wonderful,” mentioned the legendary rapper and producer. “I keep in mind just a few of their followers despatched me clips of their performances, and I instantly felt the genuine 90’s vibe.”



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