Hip hop song identification plea: the song is super-minimal, recently released, and has lots and lots of MCs on it.
The song in question has very minimal beats - pretty much just drums, with the occasional keyboard stab, quite driving, but not frantic - and a huge number of MCs on it, including Missy Eliot, DMX, Busta Rhymes, Fat Joe (I think). The chorus (or a repeated section, anyway) is done by a female MC with a very distinctive delivery, who sounds lazy, as if she's rapping while half-asleep, in an accent that sounds (to British ears) like it might be from the Southern states. In total, there must be about ten different MCs, or groupings of MCs. I'm afraid I can't remember any of the lyrics.
I'm assuming it's recently released, and a hit, as I heard it being played in a shop and caught a snippet of it on a music channel in the space of two days last week. The video is as simple as the beats, with each of the MCs doing their bit in a plain room, most of them dressed in bright, primary coloured clothes, and subtitles come up to identify each of the MCs as they take their turn.
Any ideas? Googling all the artists I can identify on the track just brings up past collaborations, and I can't find the song on the Hip hop collaborations
page at Wikipedia.
Thanks in advance!