Fantasia and Missy Elliott Perform ‘Without Me’ on ’106 & Park’

Missy Elliott and Fantasia

Fantasia graced the stage with hip-hop icon Missy Elliott during her performance on “106 & Park” on Wednesday. Dressed in all black, the ladies shut it down with a powerful performance of their ladies’ anthem “Without Me” off Fantasia’s album Side Effects of You.

The “American Idol” champ explained the inspiration behind the record. “When I recorded ‘Without Me,’ I was feeling some type of way,” Tasia told Bow Wow and Angela Simmons. “I got a little phone call and I remember going back into the studio like, ‘Yo, I need a record that’s gonna give me some club feel. I want to go a little hood, I want to get a little ratchet.’”

Fantasia has co-written a song for Lee Daniels’ The Butler soundtrack. “I just put my all into it, gave it some Baptist Church good feel,” she said.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Missy will perform during the first U.S. taping of K-Pop countdown show “M Countdown” on Aug. 25 as part of KCON 2013, a two-day fan convention at L.A. Memorial Sports Arena.

Watch Tasia and Missy perform their collaboration for the first time on television.

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  1. joey

    shit they killed it, missy keeps looking better and better


    keepitreal Reply:

    @joey, I like Fantasia at least she gives her background singers shine even on television


  2. Crroque

    That was amazing – no hyperbole


  3. Wagner Baldaque



  4. Ciara QUEEN Harris

    Ghetto and unprofessional


  5. LOLatHaters

    I swear Tasia has been looking so good lately.


  6. IV.

    Awkward without Kelly


    AJ Reply:

    @IV., it would’ve been better with her, it was an awesome performance tho


  7. ras

    they rocked that stage


  8. Nita

    I love it, need to see Fantasia,Kelly and Missy perform this song together live.


  9. bibi93

    these 2 female are prouds…


  10. Tonya

    Tasia is definitely the best entertainer of this generation. She owns the stage every time. Doesn’t matter if it’s a ballad or banga and she doesn’t need any choreography.


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