Paying homage to everyone's favorite baby girl, Aaliyah, Mac Cosmetics and i-D are teaming up to celebrate the singer's legacy by creating a film titled 'A to Z of Aaliyah.' The two companies alongside Aaliyah's brother Rashad Haughton are recruiting a few super fans to get involved. Fans are being asked to post a photo or video of themselves that [Read More]
August 25th marked the 16th anniversary of the untimely passing of R&B star Aaliyah. To commemorate, Florida producer Jimir Davis (professionally known as Amorphous) created a nearly two-hour long documentary titled "Aaliyah: The Inside Look."
Soon, you'll be able to replicate Aaliyah's alluring beauty. Nearly 16 years after her untimely passing, Aaliyah is being commemorated by MAC Cosmetics with her own line, and it was all spearheaded b her devoted fans. After a petition garnered over 26,000 signatures on Change.org, that's all that was needed for the cosmetics retailer to hop on board. The company [Read More]
Amorphous is back with two new mashups, this time fusing together the songs of the late Aaliyah and breakout star SZA.
Last night (Jan. 11th) her greatest hits album Ultimate Aaliyah appeared on Apple Music, allowing fans to purchase her collection of hits they fell in love with, including "One In a Million" and "Are You That Somebody." However, at the time of this writing, the album has been removed...
Outspoken hip-hop mogul and Roc-A-Fella Records co-founder Damon Dash has said a lot of things, even some ting sot ruffle a lot of people’s feathers, but one thing he hasn’t spoken publicly about is the passing of then-girlfriend Aaliyah Haughton…until now.
The 14th anniversary of R&B songstress Aaliyahâs untimely passing was on August 25th, and her family has launched a fragrance in her honor called Aaliyah by Xyrena.
Timbaland was one of the main producers that worked with the singer extensively, but he laid low when others attempted to use her unreleased music -- until now.
Despite the obvious issues many have with it, Lifetime's "Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B" was a major success for the network and producers, including Wendy Williams.
The talk show host, who was one of the executive producers on the Lifetime original movie, spoke about the filmâs social media backlash today on her syndicated show, insisting it was a win.