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Aaliyah music hits streaming providers


Friday marked the re-release of 5 time Grammy-nominated celebrity’s studio album, “One In A Million,” which hit streaming providers.

The singer, who was born Aaliyah Dana Haughton, died August 25, 2001, on the age of twenty-two in a airplane crash that additionally took the lives of eight others as they traveled again from filming her music video within the Caribbean.

Followers have lengthy complained in regards to the lack of availability of her music. Her catalog is now being re-released for the primary time in years to be obtainable throughout streaming platforms through partnership with Blackground Information 2.0 and EMPIRE.

The unique Blackground Information, which launched a majority of Aaliyah’s music, was owned by the late singer’s uncle and former supervisor, Barry Hankerson, who can be overseeing Blackground Information 2.0.

Aaliyah’s property lately shared a press release on their verified Twitter account which started “Defending Aaliyah’s legacy is, and can at all times be, our focus.”

“For 20 years we’ve battled behind the scenes, enduring shadowy ways of deception with unauthorized tasks focused to tarnish,” the property wrote. “Now we have at all times been confused as to why there’s such a tenacity in inflicting extra ache alongside what we have already got to deal with for the remainder of our lives.”

“This unscrupulous endeavor to launch Aaliyah’s music with none transparency or full accounting to the property compels our hearts to precise a phrase — forgiveness,” the assertion continued.

Aaliyah got here to prominence within the Nineties with a number of hits together with “Again & Forth,” “Are You That Anyone?” and “Rock The Boat.”

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“One In A Million” was her sophomore album and featured music along with her longtime collaborators, Missy Elliott and Timbaland in addition to rapper Slick Rick and others.

In celebration of Aaliyah’s catalog coming to the platform, Spotify up to date their “This Is Aaliyah” playlist.



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