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Missy Elliott Debuts New Music at KCON

Rapper contributes to song by Korean pop star G Dragon

August 26, 2013 2:05 PM ET
Missy Elliot performs in New York City.
Missy Elliot performs in New York City.
Cindy Ord/BET/Getty Images for BET

Missy Elliott debuted new music over the weekend at KCON, a Korean pop conference in Los Angeles, with a performance alongside G Dragon. Elliott and the Korean pop star performed "Niliria," which is set to be featured on G Dragon's upcoming solo album, MissInfo reports.

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Elliott has been pretty quiet since 2005's The Cookbookbut premiered "Triple Threat" and "9th Inning" last year with Timbaland. "A lot of folks have came and sat here and went, but we're still here," said Timbaland.

No word yet on when Elliott might be ready with a new album.

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