From what I heard, EMI will be re-releasing Aaliyah next year.R_D wrote:I AGREE! She delievered with all her albums. I hope they do something big next year as it will be 10years since her deathGetBack wrote:Amazing sophomore album! She really delivered!
She still is tbh, her influence goes way beyond the R&B genre. I was at the concert of a trip-hop electronica artist (Jamie Woon) last week and he played his own version of Try Again, it was magical. Her music and name still have a particular aura, I don't know how to explain that.hellohello wrote:She was the epitome of cool.
But why? The more people that legally hear this classic album the better.emilhot wrote:This has been taken off streaming services in my country (Denmark)
Blackground records are no more lol. So none of their music is on any platform...unless you go to some random record store that still has old-esque albums.hellohello wrote:Why is this not streamed on Spotify? That Blackground records are such a mismanaged team, it's crazy...
Serby wrote:Cuz you ugly and can't relate