Todd Levin of the Dallas Observer reviewed Missy Elliott’s new album ‘Under Construction’. Levin says, “The album’s musical tracks begin with something almost blasphemous to the church of Timbaland: a James Brown sample. From there, classic hip-hop samples repeatedly crack tracks, often running alongside Tim’s futuristic funk. The result is reverent and progressive at once.” He adds, “‘Under Construction’ isn’t Missy Elliott’s most enduring work, but her full-length tribute to the happier, less-destructive roots of hip-hop is encouraging and funky fresh.” Read more.
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