Both songs hit the pop Top Ten and went gold, and "Back & Forth" went all the way to number one on the R&B charts, while "At Your Best" fell one spot short. Seven years after her debut at just 15 years old, Aaliyah assembled a third studio album that was astonishingly mature.

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"Journey to the Past," from Anastasia, was nominated for an Oscar, and in early 1998 she had a major hit with "Are You That Somebody?" were created. Following the release of Aaliyah's self-titled third album in July 2001, she died in a plane crash after shooting the music video for the song "Rock the Boat" in the Bahamas on August 25. At 22, when most artists would just be getting started, Aaliyah had already progressed from pop to street to an unconventional retro-modern, risk-taking version of R&B. Sadly, her death just a little over a month after its release stilled a promising voice in R&B.

The record received excellent reviews, and the first single, "We Need a Resolution," was a Top 20 R&B hit.About a month after the album's release, Aaliyah traveled to the Bahamas to film a video for its second single, "Rock the Boat." “We listened, this is not a drill in honor of the great legacy of #Aaliyah,” he wrote on Twitter, tagging top streaming platforms such as Spotify, TIDAL, Apple Music, and Amazon Prime.

Two years later, thanks to her uncle Hankerson's connections, she spent five nights in Las Vegas performing as part of Gladys Knight's revue.

from Eddie Murphy's Dr. Dolittle (in which she also made a cameo appearance).Aaliyah took her time recording a follow-up, and put the process completely on hold to start an acting career. Late in the year, Aaliyah found herself at the center of controversy when rumors spread that the 15-year-old singer had married Kelly, who was more than ten years her senior.

The Diane Warren-penned ballad "The One I Gave My Heart To" was also a Top Ten R&B hit, and One in a Million wound up going double platinum.

The plane crashed shortly after takeoff, exploding on impact; Aaliyah and seven other passengers were killed instantly, and the ninth later died at a Nassau hospital.

Manage your subscription to Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, Apple TV channels, or subscriptions that you signed up for inside an app. The collection features songs like “One in a Million,” “Try Again,” and “Are You That Somebody.” At the time of publication, the songs haven’t appeared on other services like Spotify or Tidal. Aaliyah was well ahead of her time during her brief career, and I Care 4 U hangs together well, the hits showing the power of her voice and the strength of her accompanying productions, while the new songs provide an intriguing look at where Aaliyah may have taken her career had she lived. Aaliyah’s brother Rashad created this app for the fans to have a positive place of community amongst other fans to communicate our love for Aaliyah and her iconic art. Try it free.

... Aaliyah Keef. Whitney Houston, Aaliyah, L O V E & Kqiix) - Single, A H E H E I (feat. Blackground Records and Universal Music decided to release a posthumous record that included songs from her studio albums and previously unreleased tracks and demos, recorded between 1993 and 2001.

Several of these -- "If Your Girl Only Knew," "One in a Million," "4 Page Letter" -- became hits, with "If Your Girl Only Knew" going all the way to the top of the R&B charts. Start the wiki, Mmm yeah.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, she was raised in Detroit, Michigan, where she attended Detroit School of Performing Arts. Respecting the legacy of one of R&B's most important artists during the '90s, Universal and Blackground waited more than a year after her death to deliver a new Aaliyah release.