Listen to Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It’ from Gen V, Ep 4 end credits and final Tek-Knight scene

American rapper and hip hop artist Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It‘ was that song playing over the end credits of Episode 4 of the first season of Gen V today.

The song kicks off as Marie wakes up after last remembering being at the Doctor’s house with everyone, and then finding herself in bed with Jordan.

It continues in that last weird scene as we see Tek-Knight trying to have sex with a public toilet hand dryer.

You would think the man would have learned by now.

Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It‘ is first single from Under Construction

The song came out in September, 2002 as the lead single from the rapper’s fourth studio album Under Construction, which was released on the Elektra and Goldmine record labels.

It became one of Elliott’s most successful singles, particularly in the United States where it made a huge mark on five major music charts, charting at #1 on three of them — the  Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, the Hot Rap Songs chart, and Billboard’s Rhythmic chart.

Around the world, Elliott’s ‘Work It‘ was also ranked high on charts in 14 other countries, and was so successful it eventually spawned a remix featuring 50 Cent.

Listen to Missy Elliott’s ‘Work It‘ as heard at the end of Gen V, Episode 4 in the song’s original music video below.

A video that was partially released as a tribute to the late singer and actress Aaliyah, who at the age of 22 had recently died in plane crash, and to Left Eye (Lisa Lopes), a rapper and singer who had died at the age of 30 in a car accident.

You can also hear ‘Work It‘ via the Spotify player at the bottom of this article — the streaming platform where ‘Work It’ currently has more than 261 million streams and is one of her most popular tracks.

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