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!
Artists put forward their best material when they are given the freedom to express themselves. However, regardless of how much talent they possess, they often rely on of co-writers and producers to help them discover their true potential, and sometimes they forge connections that are so strong that they become married in music.
Your grandparents had the 1940s and your parents had the 1970s but for many of us, the golden era of music was in the 1990s! Yes, spanning for ten glorious years, that decade was packed with a wide range of talented artists who generated enough classic hits to last us a lifetime.
If you thought Missy Elliott and Timbaland’s interview on ‘The Angie Martinez Show’ was scandalous then you need to see what happened when the ever so scandalous ‘The Breakfast Club’. The duo chatted about a range of topics that included the controversial new Aaliyah album.
Missy Elliott and Timbaland rocked the web earlier this evening with the debut of new songs, ‘Triple Threat’ and ’9th Inning’ but the shocking moves didn’t end there. The duo visited ‘The Angie Martinez Show’ on Hot 97 to chat about their new projects and addressed the controversial topic of Aaliyah’s first posthumous album.
Drake has effectively been proven a liar, despite that the fact that he appears on 2 Chainz’s hit song ‘No Lie’. Although the emotional rapper suggested to MuchMusic that every person who was involved in Aaliyah’s career would contribute to her first posthumous album, Missy Elliott and Timbaland have denied such claims.