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Born: Jan 16, 1979 in Brooklyn, NY
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Died: Aug 25, 2001 in Abaco, The Bahamas
Genre: R&B, Rap, Other
Biography: A star in the R&B world before she was even out of her teens, Aaliyah's promising career was tragically cut short by her death in a plane crash at age 22. Even with only three albums under her belt, she'd already earned a place as a talented trendsetter among the R&B elite. Following a successful transition ...Read full biography
Released: 2001
Label: Virgin
Critics' Rating:
Aaliyah waited nearly five years to deliver her third album, but considering that she was essentially growing up -- it was the equivalent of spending time in college -- when she came back with an eponymous ...Read full review
One in a Million
Released: 1996
Label: Blackground
Critics' Rating:
Aaliyah's second album doesn't necessarily prove that she is indeed One in a Million, but it does showcase more depth and talent than her acclaimed debut. That's not only due to the greater variety of ...Read full review
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