New York — Missy Elliott is making history as the first female rapper inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The 2019 class also includes legendary British singer Cat Stevens and country-folk icon John Prine.

The organisation announced the new group of inductees on Saturday.

Other inductees include Tom T. Hall, who Johnny Cash called his "all-time favourite songwriter"; Jack Tempchin, who co-wrote songs for the Eagles and Glenn Frey's solo albums; and Dallas Austin, the songwriter behind radio hits for TLC, Monica, Pink, Boyz II Men, Madonna and more.

Missy is just the third rapper to enter into the Songwriters Hall, following Jay-Z and Jermaine Dupri's inductions in 2017 and 2018, respectively. While she's written her own raps, the talented artist has also lent her writing skills to everyone from Beyoncé  to Whitney Houston to the late icon Aaliyah.

HERE'S ONE OF HER MOST POPULAR SONGS, TITLED WORK IT: