Missy Elliott Ciara Fatman Scoop 2004

Lose Control starts in a solid black room with dancers. Later, Elliott is seen buried in sand and slowly emerges in front of three other dancers. Elliott's head is added digitally to a different body. Rows of people dancing outside of a building with the people dressed in vintage clothes and the footage filtered to look very old and grainy with some colors flattened and others oversaturated.

7.67/106 ratings

Knoc-turn'al Missy Elliott Dr. Dre 2002

It begins with Knoc and Dre sitting at a restaurant, waiting for their order as the camera moves around in a continuous shot until the end of the video. Knoc is seen in multiple roles (such as a waiter, a crackhead, a pimp, and a chef).

8/104 ratings

Missy Elliott Ludacris Trina 2001

Missy Elliott's video for One Minute Man takes place in a hotel where Missy and a team of dancers work it in the hallway. Ludacris and Trina appear.

7/104 ratings

Missy Elliott 1997

This is the video that helped put Missy on the map. The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly) features cameos from Timbaland, Tamara "Taj" Johnson-George of SWV, Yo-Yo, Lil' Kim, Total, 702, Da Brat, Lil' Cease, and Sean Combs.

7.6/105 ratings

Missy Elliott 2002

The incredible video shows Missy Elliott and others dancing to her song. Missy dances in a dark fantasy playground in some scenes -- and is covered by (real!) bees in another. Timbaland and Tweet make cameos. The fast pace and good humor made this video Missy's most iconic.

9.25/108 ratings

Missy Elliott 2001

Get Ur Freak On features Missy Elliott in a jungle where she and the dancers appear in camouflage outfits and army fatigues. Later, Missy dangles on a chandelier. Cameos in the video include Nate Dogg, Nicole Wray, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, Spliff Star, Eve, Master P, Romeo, Timbaland, Ja Rule, and LL Cool J.

6.5/104 ratings