DMX and Missy Elliott Remember Aaliyah

DMX and Aaliyah

Eleven years ago today, the music industry was shaken when Aaliyah died in a tragic plane crash in the Bahamas at the age of 22. Two of her closest friends, Missy Elliott and DMX, remember her on the anniversary of her death.

“AALIYAH u will always be a 1 in A MILLION to your Fans & TheSupafriends Me,Timbo,Magoo,Ginuwine,Playa,Tweet,Nicole. WeLoveU,” tweeted Missy, who was not only a friend, but also a mentor to Aaliyah.

DMX recalled fond memories of the R&B singer, who he starred alongside in the 2000 video for “Come Back in One Piece.”

“I had fun shooting that video,” the 41-year-old rapper told The BoomBox. “My wife [Tashera Simmons] got mad because there was one scene I was sitting up on the bench and [Aaliyah] was sitting [below] between my legs. I had on a jean jacket, it was a little chilly, and [Aaliyah] just had on a T-shirt.

“I was rubbing her arms, warming her up… I just felt the eyeballs [from Tashera]. A wife can give you a stare that will burn the side of your head. It was like a magnifying glass with the sun on me [laughs]. But I wouldn’t change a thing.”

Her legacy continues to live on. “Her presence will be felt long after all of us are dead,” added X. “That’s the thing about a great artist. Music is timeless. Music will never die. She’ll never die. I think it’s only in death do we recognize a person’s true presence.”

What’s your favorite Aaliyah memory? Share it below.



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94 Comments

  1. Dorsa

    Man, she’s the reason people like me want to entertain. I remember how shocked I was when we got the news of her passing.
    A true icon.
    RIP baby girl.

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    Tiffany Reply:

    @Dorsa, lol everybody wants to entertain

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Dorsa, I’m just gonna be quite HONEST!! I just feel she’s a little overrated. When she was alive and doing music, it just wasn’t all that to me. She had no direction, her music was all over the place. But, she was pretty. I think her looks is what sold her.

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    maza Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, co-sign!!!!

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    Bye Reply:

    @maza, Nobody is cosigning you thats just you @Nickiminaj2012 under a different name. Get a life bitch

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Bye, But why are you mad tho? Stop hating on me so much and get you some business hoe!!!

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    GIRLBYE Reply:

    @MinajRules2012,
    LMFAO girl bye… you here hating on everything not nicki related!!
    Aint nobody hating on your e-thugging!

    Truth Hurts Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, This is one post where you should keep your thoughts to yourself. What year were you even born? Aaliyah was never overrated she deserved all the success she was getting and was a very consistent artist not once did she ever sell out she was true to herself and her music showed that. But wait your a Nicki Minaj fan so you wouldnt know you were probobly born in the late 90′s or early 2000′s

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    youMAD?stayMAD! Reply:

    @Truth Hurts, CHUUUUUUUURCH!! PREEEEEEEEEACH!! Aaliyah was so not overrated and her music was not all over the place, she was just ahead of her time because the music the people make now sounds like what she made 13 and 14 years ago!

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    Triniti Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, RIGHT. Her music was “all over the place,” but “Stupid Hoe,” “Starships” and “Beez in the Trap” aren’t. SMH.

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    youMAD?stayMAD! Reply:

    @Triniti, you can’t be coming at Nicki now! that person with that username isn’t a Nicki fan, they’re just trying to get sh*t started on here. if you go look at other post, that person lives on this site!

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @youMAD?stayMAD!, Bitch you need to SIT!!! you dont know anything about ME! Why are you mad tho? Why would I need to hate on the Queen for? You sound so stupid! Everyone on this site knows I go HARD for my Queen. Now go eat your kibbles & bits and have a SEAT!!! Permanently.

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    robin Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, She is an amazing person who loved her fans,friends and family. Today we celebrate her life and all the graet things she did. And for the record,she wasn’t overrated,that would me most fitted for JB and one direction.

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @robin, I take it all back. Aaliyah is a legend. She didn’t need to pull crazy faces and wear a hundred different wigs. Aaliyah was genuine and I respect that. I have no brain. I will take several seats…yooouuurr love is a oone in a milliiiiooon…it goes on and onnnn and ooonnnn :D

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    KARMA Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, bitch die

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    Pucci Reply:

    @MinajRules2012,

    I like Nicki & all, but lets be honest, you want to talk about someone’s music being all over the place & having no direction, what about Nicki’s last effort? Many criticized it for how out of place a lot of her tracks were. You’re allowed to have your opinion, but not when that opinion is filled with false statements. All of her albums went platinum, which is what a lot of ppl seem to forget, & she was a very popular artist in her day, not becasue she was pretty but because she COULD SING #1 & she could dance her looks it what gave her that extra umph, but she really didn’t focus that much on her looks until she got into her 20s. She was really known for wearing shades & baggy clothes in her earlier days. SO, really just hush!

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  2. MinajRules2012

    Just my opinion, her music wasn’t all that. But R.I.P. anyway.

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    ... Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, her music wasn’t all that? But yet almost every female R&B singer since her death copied her style: Rihanna, Ciara, Ashanti, Keri Hilson, Cassie, Christina Milian, not to mention males like Drake, The Weeknd, Miguel, & Frank Ocean. Aaliyah completely changed the sound of R&B music.

    R.I.P. Aaliyah

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @…, I’m sorry and that’s your opinion. I jut don’t see how any of those artists you mention have any relevance to Aaliyah, because all those artists you mentioned half are on Has Been status already.

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    ... Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Because Aaliyah was the first R&B singer to use a soft, falsetto voice over hip hop influenced beats which is what all those artists do. And whether their careers are over or not doesn’t take away from the fact that they were all heavily influenced by Aaliyah. You can say you don’t like her music but yet can’t deny that it become the blueprint for R&B for the past decade.

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @…, You’re so wrong, I know PLENTY artists who used a soft, falsetto voice over hip-hop..what about TLC? T-Boz voice was deep and soft falsetto. You sound so stupid. Stop stanning for Aaliyah her impact was NOT what you guys think it was. She only released a few albums.

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    ... Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, LMAO!!! You don’t know what you’re talking about. T-boz had a very husky voice. It wasn’t soft at all. And I didnt say Aaliyah was the first to sing with falsetto. She was the first to use falsetto over heavy hip hop tracks. TLC’s production style was the traditional style EVERYONE else in the mid 90′s was doing(new jack swing mixed with pop). Aaliyah’s production style was completely new and become what EVERYONE else started doing. You just need to quit cause your hate has no facts to back it up.

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    @MinajRules2012, And for the record it’s about quality not quantity. The fact the she only released 3 albums and made such an impact disputes your whole point about her music.

    bb8345 Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, even tho i really dont like you and Nicki’s music is crap, i have to agree with you! When Aaliyah was alive, her music was all over the place! Yes dont get me wrong, she had some good music, but when you listen to her albums, her songs didnt sound like album songs, they sound like mixtapes. I love Aaliyah to death but its the true. I dont agree with you about her being overrated because she was a good artist. I just think people made it seem like she was the #1 bitch before she died and thats not true. To keep it real, Brandy was. She did music and movies before Aaliyah did.

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    robin Reply:

    @…, She was an amazing person.

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    Ramon Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Heel, BITCH. HEEL. Don’t start talking reckless about BabyGirl today or any other.

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    Chrīsto Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, PLEASE. PLEASE. STOP IT. YOU SO STUPID. You talk shit about EVERYONE HERE. NICKI MINAJ???? You love that FAKE ASS GIRL WHO CAN’T SING WHO WANTS TO BE A RAPGIRL BUT SHE SING LIKE REBECCA BLACK STUPID ASS SONG LIKE STARSHIP???? PLEAASSSEEEEEEE RECOGNIZE REAL I REPEAT REAL TALENT!!! YOU TALK SHIT ABOUT EVERY ARTIST WITH YOUR FAKE DIVA DID A DUET!!! I see a lot of HATE for Mariah who was HER TO CALL NICKI FOR HER VERY FIRT BIG VIDEO. SO STOP YOU ARE RIDICOLOUS.

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    Bye Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Your opinion sucks.

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    Factual Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Her music was better than any female artist out and still right now ill tell you that much. So your comment is invalid.

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    cmonson Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Yo your a bitch. Can Rap-up seriously ban this low life i swear.

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    youMAD?stayMAD! Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, you need to change your username because you giving #TeamMinaj a bad rep, hoe!

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    billygoat Reply:

    @MinajRules2012 is a homosexual male who begs for attention, and ya’ll give it to him, see, like I just did lmao

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  3. Morgan

    R.I.P. Aaliyah. I still love this song! When this video would come on, my brother would literally stop what he was doing to watch it. He, like a lot of guys, was mesmerized by Aaliyah.

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  4. Heather

    Aaliyah’s music is timeless! It undoubtedly slays the majority of crap we have out here today. And, honestly, watching Sparkle last night, I couldn’t help but wish DMC and Akil Productions had somehow been able to make use of Aaliyah’s cover of Donny Hathaway’s “Giving Up.” But whatever.

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Heather, bitch SIT!!!! Stop pouting, you act like you’re the spokesperson for Aaliyah or something. _/_/ Have a few!!

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    Heather Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Funny. I remember teaching you that same command last night. Guess it didn’t stick. Oh well. Can’t teach an old dog new tricks.

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    Chauncey Reply:

    @Heather, LMFAO!!!!!

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    dreamteam Reply:

    @Heather, DEAD!!!!!

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    pressed much? Reply:

    @Heather, as nene leakes would say… “bloop bloop!”

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Heather, Hahaha Heahter you’re so funny hun!!! Now your library card is almost expired so you wont be able to use that free internet any longer. Time to renew BITCH!!

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    Hermes Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Horrible comeback. Your ass stays checked on this site. You fail at LIFE. You get a big fat “F” on your report card and your get a big fat “F” in life as well how does it feel?

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  5. Rachel

    LOL…that cannot be MinajRules2012. This person has just said something that some people agree with — granted, these people are in this minority — but has not been condescending with it. Hmm. Medications must be working.

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  6. Sean

    To the people who don’t “get it” or wasn’t into her music, Aaliyah has always been an acquired taste. Either you get it or you don’t. Her voice was GORGEOUS! That breathy falsetto she did is still unmatched to this day. Her style was dark and edgy but with a smooth and subtle delivery, which was different and utterly ahead of her time. You don’t have to wear bright colored hair, and scream at the audience to be a sincere and exciting entertainer. I’ll take her smooth, subtly over the over the top mess that people are so into these days.

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  7. Sean

    RIP Baby Girl. They still sleep, and half of them still pressed at how relevant Aaliyah is even from the grave 11 Years later!

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  8. RyanS

    have been listening to her all day

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  9. vershun

    R.I.P Aaliyah one of a kind

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  10. Vance

    Forget about expressing unpopular opinion on this site. There are some artists you just don’t speak your mind on — Mike, Whit, and obviously Aaliyah.

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    Nathan Reply:

    @Vance, Damn true. I’ve noticed that as well.

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  11. Meme

    Omgmdo we have to go through this every year? If ppl had appreciated Aaliyah like this when she was alive then maybe she would have been bigger.

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    STFU Reply:

    @Meme, Are people like you on drugs or were born in the late 90′s and didn’t remember Aaliyah? Or how young she was? Died at 22 and sold 32 million is not bad at all. Add on the fact that her first two albums were made and released why she was still in high school. No she is not what a A-list star would be today with tons of endorsements and all in your face daily but she was not a Z-lister and she was friends with all your faves and well known in the industry and well loved. FOH is you got nothing nice to say. Hater. Oh I see you’re a Rihanna fan so like I said your fave is also a fan of Aaliyah. Haters.

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  12. Factual

    Aaliyah is undoubtly the greatest female artist of all time. Her talent was unmatched. She was pursuing an acting career and doing music at the same time. If she was still here she would be taking on difficult roles. She was too big of a threat to those female artists coming up who were out at the time and out now. Do you see Beyonce getting into films except that one film she was in Dreamgirls? You dont see Beyonce acting and she for sure cant act from what ive seen. Aaliyah was a triple threat and it was something special that is rarely seen in Hollywood. To this day we have yet to see a Female music artist do that be able to do Dramas, Horror, Action, Suspense, etc. Aaliyah was on her way to doing very big things for entertainment she had the biggest movie producer on her side Joel Silver who was gonna cast her in more very big blockbuster films. Its without a doubt Aaliyah would be the biggest female entertainer ever hands down.

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    Trace Reply:

    @Factual, The greatest female artist of all time? Lord have mercy.

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    preach Reply:

    @Trace, Then who is then? Certainly not Beyonce cause the bitch cant even act.

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    Trace Reply:

    @preach, I don’t know how in the hell Beyonce’s name even got into this conversation. Was Aaliyah an icon? Yes. But the assertion that she is “the greatest female artist of all time” implies Aaliyah was, at the time of her death, a legend.

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    Factual Reply:

    @Trace, Going off talent, music, acting and what Aaliyah was doing for enternainmet she would have been the biggest female entertainer of all time if you think about it. What Female artist right now is doing movies and music at the same time? None. And when i say movies i mean more than one like doing it faithfully. There is no female singer or artist doing that even after Aaliyah has passed its been almost 11 years and still none. If you can name them please do ill wait

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    Trace Reply:

    @Factual, I understand what you’re saying. No, no one today is juggling with Aaliyah was. HOWEVER, that said, at the time of her death she was one of the greatest voices and artists of that generation. She was NOT, however, the “GOAT.” Her star was rising higher, yes. I’m not denying that.

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    Factual Reply:

    @Factual, I think she would have been doing more movie soundtracks to her movies also so that she could give her fans music and movies at the same time. I just keep thinking that Aaliyah was too special for this earth she was going to really do something that had never been done we were just waiting for her career to skyrocket. Now there is nothing to look foward to in female artists. I remember just wondering what she was going to do next and thinking how much potential she had. Most intelligent female artist i had ever seen

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    Ewan Reply:

    @Factual, You think Beyonce has only appeared in Dreamgirls? Are you living under a rock or WHAT? Beyonce surely isn’t a “triple threat” because she’s not that good of an actress YET. But check her filmography because you’re wrong in that area. Clint Eastwood have solicited her and Bradley Cooper for the remake of ‘A Star is Born.’ And besides that, there’s The Pink Panther, The Fighting Temptations and many more.

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    Factual Reply:

    @Ewan, But lets be real she CANT ACT. Ive seen every movie Beyonce has been in like that Austin powers sequel, Carmen, Obsessed, etc. SHE CANT ACT. She just doesnt have what it takes

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    Ewan Reply:

    @Factual, No, she’s definitely not a good actress. BUT the way you stated it was like Dreamgirls was her only role.

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Factual, Laughable…Greatest of ALL time?? You’re out of your mind. If you want to talk singers, then the Greatest is definitely Celine Dion. Aaliyah couldn’t hold a candle to Ms. Dion!!! You guys dont know music. Aaliyah was overrated.

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    Factual Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Does Celine Dion do movies??? Is she acting right now? My point exactly.

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    Factual Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Like i said if you can name a female singer who can do music and Movies both equally as well you tell me who but Celine Dion is has NOT been doing movies. She is a legend but lets be real does Celine dion dance, can she act? Still no female has been mentioned that holds height to Aaliyah PERIOD. Now please if you cant name anyone please the X is at the top of your screen exit out ^^^^

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    Hermes Reply:

    @Factual, You do have a very strong point there really isnt any female singer right now who is doing big blockbuster movies the last artist ive seen is probobly Rihanna in Battleship and that movie was pretty bad lol plus she cant act. Aaliyah could actually act her ass off and she was signed on to do bigger movies cause of how good she was in Romeo Must Die and that was her first film.

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    Meme Reply:

    @Factual, Jlo is by far the best singer/actrist. Aaliyah sings better but She acts 10x better than Aaliyah. And Aaliyah’s voice was very fine and soft, she was not that great of a singer. And when she was out she wasn’t even that popular,, her popularity was just growing. Mya, mariah, Monica and brandy all over shadowed Aaliyah.

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    Girl Bye Reply:

    @Meme, idk what rock you were living under but Aaliyah was one of the biggest female artists at the time before she passed. She was everywhere and the first female artist to get into Film and do music respectfully. Mya was never more popular than Aaliyah neither was brandy or Monica. Aaliyah came out before all of them think about it. Aaliyahs debut album dropped in June of 1994, Brandys in September, Monicas in july 1995 and Mya didnt come out till 1998 so what the hell are u talking about? Aaliyah was the first one out out of all of them who went Platinum and made a name for herself.

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    Factual Reply:

    @Meme, Did you really say Mya over shadowed Aaliyah lmaooooo. How is that even possible if her debut came out in 1998? Aaliyah dropped in 94 thats a four year difference. You need to take several seats for that comment

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    STFU Reply:

    @Factual, lol. As a fan of Aaliyah I agree but she is not the greatest of all time nor would she would have been. She had the potential but she herself would even say someone else like her favs were better than her. Also meme is clearly a young child with a Rihanna obsession. These kids don’t know shit. Mya was never bigger than Aaliyah and by the time 2000 rolled around Brandy and Monica were irrelevant lol. Aaliyah was definitely the it girl.

    Frenchie Reply:

    @Meme, Im guessing you werent born till the early 2000′s. Did you say Mya was more popular than Aaliyah???? #DEAD

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    K3N3volution Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Again this bum ass hater is going for the Legend of Aaliyah. I wish you would choke and die because everyone on rap up would celebrate your death. You a “stupid hoe”

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  13. Factual

    Aaliyahs words in MTV’s Diary 2001, “I want to be remembered as a full on entertainer, someone who can do it all.” She didnt want to be remembered for just music but also movies. She was saying that cause she knew she was going to get into other things and obviously she had no idea she would pass away that year but just that quote says everything. Aaliyah was going to be a full on entertainer. Female artists these days dont even have that mindset they stick to music.

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    Fans Love Leeyah Reply:

    @Factual, You is Right about That

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  14. YMCMINAJ

    Oh ok so when a white girl die, aint no one give a sht but when a colored girl gone, SHT hits the fan??

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @YMCMINAJ, That’s because most white hoes are sluts, tramps and sell p*ssy to any man that will take it. Paris, Lindsay, Nicole, Britney, need I go on?

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    maza Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, now thats unfair and racist. shame on u…

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  15. datzdope

    are u feelin me, cuz im feelin u…i’ll bring it back in one piece, rock the boat, work the middle work the middle, age aint nothin’ but a number, your love is a one and million its goes on and on and on, these r just a few songz i luv to remeber my sweet deal ol’ baby girl AALIYAH I miss u girl always and 4eva ur in r hearts day in and day out. trust me i will b sing with u 2day and 2morrow and another yr goin’ on STRONG #RIP #AALIYAH

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  16. Not In Love with him but he's my Biggest Fan Loveeeee

    Aaliyah had Good Music Back in the day, There were people who still Like her Music Today Even the Youngest people today. One thing that I can say about aaliyah is that She’s a Nice Person, Yes I’ve met her along time ago & she’s a good actress too. Rip Baby Girl

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  17. Not In Love with him but he's my Biggest Fan Loveeeee

    Aaliyah will always be Rememberd by many people Who Like her Music or Love Her music today

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  18. Natasha

    I loved everything about her she was amazing and a humble person and a huge triple threat its not a day that goes by that i dont think about her R.I.P. Aaliyah

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  19. Ray

    The reason why I think people like Aaliyah so much is because everybody has that feeling that she was about to become a strong force in the business. It something about her I just can’t put my finger on it lol

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  20. Soaring

    R.I.P. Baby Girl. Her breathy falsettos, that soft tone was EVERYTHING. I wish people would stop responding to the ignorance on here. Obviously these people are seeking attention; if you mute that mess and don’t respond eventually they’ll give it up.

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  21. Super Man

    Awesome..)d

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  22. Frenchie

    I just cant deal with @Memes comment. Mya shouldnt even be mentioned shes nowhere to be found in music right now

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  23. Kyle

    Aaliyah’s music is timeless to me. Whenever I play “Aaliyah” or “One In A Million,” it sounds so refreshing. I will always love this woman and it hurts to think where she would be if she were still alive right now. I honestly believe she would have made a name for herself more as an actress than a singer. She was really into film during the time of her death. So tragic but her talent will NEVER DIE.

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  24. costco

    I loved Aaliyah. She had a nice voice, made epic songs and dances, and had a nice personality. Her beauty was not denied either.

    DMX sounds cracked out btw.

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  25. STFU

    I’m glad people appreciate how great she was even more now, thanks in part to all the garbage we have to choose from these days. Aaliyah over everything. As her brother said “Greatness becomes Legend over time” and she certainly has. The rest of that quote she said about being a “full on entertainer” ended with her also saying “and a good person”. That speaks volumes about the type of person she was. She did not want to be remembered for breaking records and selling tons of records but being the best and giving the best at everything and being a great entertainer AND person. Aaliyah Dana Haughton forever and ever. She was the type of girl you wanted to kick it with even for just one time to get to know her. RIP.

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    Will Reply:

    @STFU, Agreed. I remember MTV airing that clip on that Monday 2 days after she passed and just balling my eyes out i was so devastated. Aaliyah was seriously the most unique artist on this planet her personality shined just as much as her beauty but honestly even as beautiful as she was she was never cocky and very sure of herself. Life is so unfair sometimes but we just need to hope shes in a way better place and that this Earth was just not enough for someone like her.

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  26. K3N3volution

    Aaliyah your death still hurts me 11 years later. I still bump your cds in my crib til this day. You were truly remarkable, an icon and in my eyes a legend to never be forgotten. You made baggy swag sexy for the ladies and it was a pleasure to watch you shine in all aspects of your celebrity. You were always so warm to you fans and so personable during your interviews. You were truthfully a diamond in the ruff and loosing you was like loosing my entire youth, smh. I remember just watching you dance and being so innovative. Theres no other artist like you today and they try so hard to duplicate your style but it will never compensate for your legacy. I miss you Aaliyah and you truthfully were the Queen of entertainment!

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  27. ew

    another article that should have been full of good energy and love ruined my minajrules. but rap-up would rather keep her around than ban her because people respond to her commments. but then they’ll block THIS comment. shame on you, rap up.

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  28. Neusia Celia

    I’m from Mozambique (one of Africa country),Aaliyah has many fans in my country. We always love her, and we miss her.

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  29. Jay

    Oh my God this takes me waaaay back! I loooove this freaking song!!! I always dance to this!! Aaliyah was that deal! Her music will never get old. And Romeo must die is STILL one of my favorite movies.:)

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  30. Jhenya(from Russia,Moscow)

    Gentle, talented, the best
    In Russia there are a lot of admirers of her creativity as well as worldwide
    We remember, we grieve, we respect and we love

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