Friday marked the re-release of five time Grammy-nominated superstar’s studio album, “One In A Million,” which hit streaming services.
Aaliyah Dana Haughton died August 25, 2001 at the age of 22 in a plane crash that also took the lives of eight others as they traveled back from filming her music video in the Caribbean.
Fans have long complained about the lack of availability of her music.
Her catalog is now being re-released for the first time in years to be available across streaming platforms via partnership with Blackground Records 2.0 and EMPIRE.
However this is also happening as the battle of her estate continues! It was reported just days ago that the original Blackground Records, which released a majority of Aaliyah’s music, was owned by the late singer’s uncle and former manager, Barry Hankerson.
“Protecting Aaliyah’s legacy is, and will always be, our focus,” reads a recent post from the estate’s verified Twitter account…
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