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Missy Elliott Teams With Timbaland on New Song

Longtime partners reunite on stage in New York

Missy Elliott performs at the Hennessy 'Wild Rabbit' campaign launch event in New York.
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April 6, 2012 1:55 PM ET

Last night Missy Elliott joined longtime production partner Timbaland during a New York City show to perform a new song, Miss Info reports.

Timbaland previously debuted the song, thought to be called "Triple Threat," without Elliott at Vibe's SXSW showcase. Last night the two performed the cut at an event sponsored by Hennessy.

Timbaland recently revealed plans to release solo albums for himself and Elliott in June. Elliott's upcoming release, Block Party, will mark her first since 2005.

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