The song was also covered by Skyla, a British singer-songwriter whose version was popular in the dance genre and Katerine Avgoustakis, another Belgian singer, whose version was successful in Poland.
Hip Hop DX reported that the song was renamed three times.
"Nowadays you say a time, they'll stone you." They're a few months of 2016 left, but odds are Elliott will likely end up aiming for 2017. Fans have waited 11 years already, and she's pledged not to drop it until it's 100% fire, the extra time will be worth it.
Missy Misdemeanor isn't down to trust her music with any run-of-the-mill producer. She told Billboard she's working with Pharrell and Timbaland, two recurring collaborators in her past, describing them as "the only two producers that understand me." Pharrell was the one who actually helped inspire her to dig into this album.
She discussed her plans with Billboard around the time of the "WTF (Where They From)" release.
They would release two more studio albums as a group, Indecent Proposal in 2001 and Under Construction, Part II in 2003.
Missy Elliott lit the internet on fire in November 2015 when she released her "WTF (Where They From)" video on an unsuspecting public.
The inventive choreography, futuristic costumes and onomatopoeic verses helped remind the world how much it's missed Elliott's funky hip-hop.
It was first titled "Ayo Pornography" when it first leaked in May 2007, then "Ayo Technology" in June, and then "She Wants It" by July.
Finally, the song title was reverted to "Ayo Technology." The song features Justin Timberlake and Timbaland, but most sources don't credit Timbaland for being on the song.