Aaliyah’s music will finally stream 20 years after her death
(WVUE) - The wait is finally over Aaliyah fans who’ve been waiting years to listen to her music on digital streaming platforms.
According to TMZ, Blackground Records -- who owns the late singer’s masters and is rebranding as Blackground Records 2.0 -- it’s partnering with the independent label EMPIRE to bring her songs to streaming services worldwide.
The original Blackground Records was owned by the late singer’s uncle and former manager, Barry Hankerson.
“Protecting Aaliyah’s legacy is, and will always be, our focus,” reads the post from the estate’s verified Twitter account.
The Instagram account of Blackground Records 2.0 recently appeared and linked out to the site Aaliyahiscoming.com.
The catalog will be released in chronological order, starting with Aaliyah’s “One in a Million” album on August 20 through vinyl and CD preorders, as well as digital, which are available on Blackground’s website.
In September, the late singer’s self-titled album will be released to streaming, followed by “I Care 4 U” and the “Ultimate Aaliyah” compilation albums in October.
20 years after Aaliyah’s tragic death in a plane crash, her music finally will be available for fans to enjoy.
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