It's been more than 15 years since the untimely death of R&B singer Aaliyah. Her tragic passing left a hole in fans' hearts around the world and a longing for the music she left behind.
Barry Hankerson Aaliyah's uncle took to his personal Twitter account to announce that a full discography of the singer's work set to be released on her birthday on January 16, 2020, via streaming service platforms such as Amazon Music, Apple Music, Tidal, and Spotify.
Currently, the only work of the Grammy-nominated artist available on streaming services is her 1994 debut album "Age Ain't Nothing but a Number." Aaliyah's 2 follow up collections, "One In MIllion" and the self-entitled album "Aaliyah," have been MIA on digital platforms as Hankerson, who owns the rights to the records vowed to protect her legacy by not sharing her work. After years of pleads from Aaliyah's loyal fans, Hankerson wants to celebrate his niece with the world with the release of a full discography.
Stay tuned for 1/16/2020