What’s better than a Missy Elliott track? A remix in which she recruits some of the baddest rappers around. Following up from “I’m Better,” which she dropped back in January, Missy Elliott enlisted Eve, Lil' Kim and Trina for the remix of the track.

Missy’s most recent sonic appearance was on the remix of Aminé’s “REDMERCEDES,” one of of our picks in our most recent edition of Best Tracks of the Week. Listen to the remix of “I’m Better” in all its femme fierceness below.

Although things have been relatively quiet for the acclaimed rapper and producer, Missy’s got a full-length documentary in the works, detailing her rise to fame from her 1997 debut Supa Dupa Fly to her last album - 2005’s The Cookbook. Check out the trailer featuring Pharrell, Busta Rhymes and more music industry heavyweights below.

In other music news, BoBo Swae and Rae Sremmurd get "Rowdy" on their new track. Listen to it right here.

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