Since then, most of her consequential works have been kept off digital service providers and out of print.
Last month, Aaliyah’s sophomore album One in a Million finally dropped on all streaming services.
The long-overdue streaming release follows a deal struck between EMPIRE and Blackground Records, founded by her uncle Barry Hankerson, which makes available the late singer’s biggest albums for the first time in over a decade.
That deal unlocks all Aaliyah catalog for streaming, and other releases on Blackground, including albums by Timbaland & Magoo, Tank, Toni Braxton and JoJo.
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