Missy Elliott pondered writing as a “storyteller” for Destiny’s Child’s song “Confessions.”
The hip-hop icon took to Twitter to reminisce about the process of creating the track, which featured on the girl group’s 1999 album. The writing is on the wall.
At the time, Destiny’s Child consisted of Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, LaTavia Roberson, and LeToya Luckett.
“I was just listening to my previous writing/producing style and realized that I used to paint a picture by writing for the R&B listener that I was writing as a storyteller. This song of Destiny Child was a good example (sic)”, she wrote.
Missy made a guest appearance on the song.
Following the praise for “Confessions,” the 51-year-old reposted a number of tweets from fans who described how they connected with the song.
“It’s a perfect example because (because) I swear I was cheating on a man I didn’t have,” one follower shared, while another added, “I miss it when songs were like that , you could actually imagine the scenario.”