Tweet: "#Aaliyah there's not a day that goes by that me @Timbaland @Ginuwine Magoo don't think of u. Your (sic) a 1 in a Million! #original". Rapper Missy Elliott honours her late friend and collaborator, tragic R&B singer Aaliyah, on the 13th anniversary of her death.
Fact: Chris Brown has brought Aaliyah back from the dead for an eerie appearance in his new video. The late R&B star appears as a hologram in the promo for Don't Think They Know, which also features vocals she recorded before she died in a 2001 plane crash.
Tweet: "Late, but made it before midnite (sic)... Happy Bday (sic) to the most beautiful songstress the world has ever known. Rest in paradise queen. Love." Rapper The Game adds his tribute to late singer Aaliyah, who would have turned 34 on Wednesday (16Jan13).
Tweet: "Aaliyah... it's been 10 years and the void created when you left still has yet to be filled. Truly one in a million mama. R.I.P." R&B star Ne-YO pays tribute to late singer Aaliyah to mark the 10-year anniversary of her death on Thursday (25Aug11).
Tweet: "Rip to the amazing and talented Aaliyah - ten years today Babygirl. You are still one of my inspirations. I love you." British pop star Alexandra Burke remembers late singer Aaliyah on Thursday (25Aug11), the 10th anniversary of her death.
Tweet: "Happy Birthday Aaliyah ... RIP ... We miss u. My show tonight in Belfast will be dedicated to Aaliyah - she is a talent that will always be missed ..." British singer Alexandra Burke remembers late R&B singer AALIYAH, who would have turned 32 on Sunday (16Jan11).
Fact: Rapper Drake is keeping late R&B star Aaliyah's music alive - he samples the singer's 1994 rendition of AT YOUR BEST (YOU ARE LOVE) on the track UNFORGETTABLE from his new album THANK ME LATER. Aaliyah was killed in a plane crash in 2001.
Quote: "Britney can sing, but it's different than being a singer and a person who can sing. The average person can sing pretty much, you can sing along to it in the car and you'll probably be in the same pitch. Britney Spears, Janet Jackson, Aaliyah - there are a lot of people with really great tones that aren't going to sing like Celine Dion or Whitney Houston." Grammy winning producer DALLAS AUSTIN.