Today as many of you know marks the 15 year tragic death of R&B princess Aaliyah.
She left a incredible mark on the music industry and no one has since emerged with her talent,swag and spirit.She was truly on the brink of an incredible career and her music still stands the test of time.
When kids dress up for Halloween they usually don costumes of their favorite cartoon characters. But these cool kiddies took it to the next level and dressed up like their favorite rappers and singers.
We've taken it upon ourselves to share a few of wild thoughts that we're sure every hip-hop and R&B fan has had during 2015 but never said. Feel free to send your hate mail, but as they say, honesty is the best policy.
This month marks the 14th anniversary of Aaliyah's death, but Timbaland continues to make sure that her memory lives on. The legendary producer announced that he will unveil some unreleased music from the late R&B singer very soon.
Lifetime's biopic 'Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B' "broke the Internet" this weekend with fans and critics blasting the televised story of the late singer. Today, Wendy Williams defended her position as the movie's executive producer on her morning talk show Monda (Nov. 17).
As her debut album turns 20 this year and the Lifetime Original Movie, 'Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B,' premieres Sat., Nov. 15, at 8/7c, the Boombox taps various experts in fashion and music to get their take on Aaliyah's style. There's a lot to be said.
With the Lifetime Original Movie premiere of the highly-anticipated film ‘Aaliyah: Princess of R&B' set to air later this month, we take a look at some of Aaliyah’s epic moments from the stage to the big screen.