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Songwriters Hall of Fame: See Missy Elliot’s Message To Young Female Talents Out There

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International female rapper, Missy Elliott becomes first female rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame for her contribution to the music industry.

International female rapper, Dr. Missy Elliott becomes first female rapper inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame for her contribution to the music industry.

Africa News24 (AN24) understands that the 50th annual Songwriters Hall of Fame 2019 induction ceremony was held on Thursday night at NewYork.

At the ceremony, Queen Latifah inducted Elliott and gave a heartfelt speech on their friendship. Former first lady Michelle Obama also shared her appreciation for Elliott.

“Missy, I want to thank you for all of your trailblazing ways,” Obama said in a taped video that aired during the event. “Thank you not for just sharing your gift with the world, but for being an advocate for so many people out there, especially young girls who are still figuring out how to make their voices heard.”

Meanwhile, during her acceptance speech, Elliott said,

“I want to say one thing to the writers, to the upcoming writers: Do not give up. We all go through writer’s block. Sometimes you just have to walk away from a record and come back to it. But don’t give up because I’m standing here. And this is big for hip-hop, too.”

 

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