It has been 12 years since the tragic death of Aaliyah on August 25 2001 and it is still difficult for many of her fans to accept. Listed among the great talents of Contemporary R&B, the young songbird was already an icon of her generation at the age of 22 years and was quickly headed […]
Sevyn Streeter is slowly making a name for herself on the industry circuit, even as her mentor, Chris Brown, faces serious legal woes. Appearing at Atlantic Records’ R&B Live show in New York City earlier this week, the songbird performed her own singles as well as covers of her favourite tunes.
If Chris Brown really wanted to get revenge against Drake, he would have shot his new video for “Don’t Think They Know” with scenes of him grinding on an Aaliyah hologram. However, the young entertainer took a different approach to the production by taking a stand against gun violence.
Chris Brown previously shared behind the scenes footage of his new video for “They Don’t Know” but a second glimpse won’t hurt, right? In this latest look at the making of production, the entertainer continues to bond with his fellow children as he spread a message of positivity.
After sharing behind the scenes footage of the video for his new song, “They Don’t Know”, Chris Brown has revealed the single cover for the highly anticipated song. Featuring previously unheard vocals from the late Aaliyah, the track will appear on Brown’s X album, which is scheduled to be released on July 16th.
Chris Brown recently announced that his next X album will be the Aaliyah-assisted “They Don’t Know” and that it will feature previously unheard vocals by the late singer. Now, behind the scenes footage of the shoot has hit the web and it gives fans of Aaliyah the chance to hear her voice like never before.
Chris Brown must have access to a fine-tuned spirit board to help him channel the energy of so many fallen artists. Following his tribute to Michael Jackson on the song “Fine China”, the tattooed entertainer has prepared another new single for release and it will feature Aaliyah.
It has been a while since we’ve heard from Sevyn Streeter but she reemerged today in a very big way. Continuing to establish her brand away from the failed RichGirl collective, the songbird appeared on The Warner Sound where she performed Aaliyah’s “Come Over” in tribute to the later singer.
Aaliyah didn’t have the most powerful voice in music but her rich tone made her songs very difficult to cover. Unfortunately, Solange learned that the hard way at Coachella this weekend when she attempted to sing the late songbird’s “Hot like Fire” during her surprise set.
Today would have been the 34th birthday of the one and only Aaliyah, had she not been killed in a tragic plane crash at the age of 22 years in 2001. Still, her legacy survives and there is no better to celebrate her memory than with our Way Back Wednesday special!