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Aaliyah’s music coming to Spotify

CNN —  

The property of Aaliyah has a message to those that have tried to launch unauthorized tasks in regards to the late star.

The singer, who was born Aaliyah Dana Haughton, died August 25, 2001, on the age of 22 in a airplane crash that additionally took the lives of eight others.

Aaliyah’s property introduced final yr that it was in talks with varied music labels to deliver her catalog of music to streaming companies.

That has been the hope of many Aaliyah followers for years because the artist’s music is noticeably absent from streaming.

The Instagram account Blackground Data not too long ago appeared and linked out to the positioning

The unique Blackground Data, which launched a majority of Aaliyah’s music, was owned by the late singer’s uncle and former supervisor, Barry Hankerson.

“Defending Aaliyah’s legacy is, and can at all times be, our focus,” reads a latest publish from the property’s verified Twitter account.

“For 20 years we have now battled behind the scenes, enduring shadowy ways of deception with unauthorized tasks focused to tarnish,” the property wrote. “We’ve at all times been confused as to why there may be such a tenacity in inflicting extra ache alongside what we have already got to deal with for the remainder of our lives.”

“This unscrupulous endeavor to launch Aaliyah’s music with none transparency or full accounting to the property compels our hearts to precise a phrase – forgiveness,” the assertion continued.

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