Listen to a Snippet of Missy Elliott & Pharrell's "WTF"

Will it top “On & On”?

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Missy Elliott and Pharrell premiered their new collaboration, “WTF” (an acronym for “Where They From”), on ESPN last night during Monday Night Football’s halftime show. The dance-inducing, catchy song was teased on social media back in February. On top of this track, Pharrell had revealed a while back that he is working on Missy’s album. The full version is set to arrive on November 13, but for now, listen to a snippet of the track below.

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