The property for late R&B singer Aaliyah has supplied one other replace to her followers on once they can anticipate to see her catalog of music accessible on streaming platforms.
On what would have been the singer’s forty second birthday, Saturday (Jan. 16), her property issued an announcement on social media to elucidate that it’ll take time to launch Aaliyah’s music to the plenty once more.
“We hear you and we see you,” the assertion reads. “Whereas we share your sentiments and want to have Aaliyah’s music launched, we should acknowledge that these issues should not inside our management and, sadly, take time. Our incapability to share Aaliyah’s music and artistry with the world has been as troublesome for us because it has been for all of you. Our precedence has at all times been and can proceed to be Aaliyah’s music.”
The singer’s property confirmed that it might work diligently to guard what they may management, “Aaliyah’s model, legacy, and mental property.” Property officers additionally mentioned they might proceed to launch distinctive and thrilling initiatives to maintain Aaliyah’s legacy and light-weight shining.
The officers requested for the assist of Aaliyah’s followers because the property works to attain targets for her followers and their “babygirl.”
The five-time Grammy nominee died at age 22 in a aircraft crash on the Abaco Islands of The Bahamas on August 25, 2001. Based on Billboard, solely her debut album Age Ain’t Nothing However A Quantity, is obtainable on streaming providers. However followers of the late singer have continued to push for the discharge of her further music, together with her album, One in a Million, and her 2001 self-titled album, Aaliyah.
The last update from Aaliyah’s estate occurred on the 19th anniversary of the tragic aircraft crash the place they acknowledged they’d wrapped up talks with “numerous report labels” on the standing of her catalog and “its availability on streaming platforms within the close to future.”
Her music catalog has been underneath the purview of her uncle and founding father of Blackground Information, Barry Hankerson.