Like its predecessor (which includes Ciara and Chamillionaire‘s Get Up and Chris Brown‘s Say Goodbye), the upcoming film Step Up 2: The Streets will have a soundtrack full of heat seeking hits. After propelling Flo Rida and T-Pain to the top of the Billboard charts (and breaking iTunes records along the way), the good folks at Atlantic have brought in an industry veteran for the soundtrack’s next single. Missy Elliott does her usual thang on the new joint, Ching-A-Ling. Teasing the fellas about her, um, prowess, Misdemeanor spits her classic, eccentric wordplay and brings forth an ideal club-banger. The SU2 soundtrack hits stores and online retailers February 5th and Missy’s as-yet-untitled seventh studio album set to drop soon afterwards.
Written by Burmy on 01/13/08
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