The second studio album by Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott. Da Real World is noted for adding a raunchier and darker style to Missy's music, as well as including the overt political use of the term "bitch". The album also featured a revival by female rapper Lil' Kim, whose career was on a hefty toll from the untimely death of mentor The Notorious BIG in 1997. The album also added a bit of controversy when Elliott's former protégé Danja Mowf was omitted from the album and replaced by Redman on the track, "Dangerous Mouths". The album includes the singles: "She's a Bitch", "All N My Grill", and "Hot Boyz (Remix)", alongside guest appearances by B.G., Juvenile, Lil' Mo, Nicole, Beyoncé, Eve, Eminem, Lady Saw, Brandy, Da Brat, Aaliyah, Big Boi of OutKast, Lil' Kim, MC Solaar & Redman; along with background vocal contributions from Lil' Mo and Gina Thompson ("Busa Rhyme").