Aaliyah

In reaction to a viral TikTok video about late beloved R&B singer Aaliyah, longtime friend and affiliate Missy Elliott responded with a revealing funny story behind the classic opener on Baby Girl's 'One In A Million' hit single, "4 Page Letter."

The more we hear about the trial of Robert Sylvester Kelly, better known as R&B singer R. Kelly, the more we are learning as bad as we thought ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ was, the pied piper documentary that led the legendary singer to jail didn’t even scratch the surface of the crazy mess that was going […]

Rose McGowan brags about dropping ‘bombs’ after branding Oprah ‘fake’  So actress Rose McGown is trending right now because she went on a twitter tirade and in all of that she called out Oprah.   She tweeted that she believed Oprah Winfrey faked her support for the #MeToo movement. She posted a photo of the 67-year-old talk show […]

Detroit native and gospel veteran Marvin Winans exclusively revealed to WDIV Local 4 news that he was planning to do a full gospel album with the late 'One In A Million' singer and actress Aaliyah before her untimely passing 20 year ago.

The world was heart broken back on August 25, 2001 when the news that 21 year singer/actress affectionately known as Baby Girl, Aaliyah, had past away following a plane crash after filming a music video in the Bahamas for her smash hit single ‘Rock The Boat’ from what would be her last album while living […]

On Friday (August 20), fans got a chance to once more be able to listen to the late singer's 1996 album One In A Million, a week before the album celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Beginning August 20, Blackground and EMPIRE will re-release Aaliyah's catalog as well as albums from Timbaland & Magoo, Tank, Toni Braxton and more.

Reactions have been nothing short of supportive for Normani and Cardi B's new song "Wild Side," which samples the 1996 hit "One In A Million" by Aaliyah, and it's even getting a co-sign from Baby Girl's former label head and notoriously quiet uncle, Barry Hankerson.

Recently, singer Tank celebrated one of these stories about working with the late Aaliyah on one of the songs recorded for her third studio album Aaliyah, which was released in 2001, the year she tragically passed.