Aaliyah fans were totally disappointed when the R&B singer’s hits disappeared from streaming services a day after their upload.
The late singer’s catalog appeared on Apple’s iTunes and Apple Music after a long wait. And fans only got to enjoy it for about 24 hours before it disappeared with no explanation.
Reports suggest that officials from Craze Productions made the tunes available for streaming last week. The same people who had leaked Aaliyah’s music online back in 2013.
When Aaliyah died in a 2001 plane crash in the Bahamas, she left behind a just three albums and a handful of guest features and contributions to film soundtracks. At the time, she was in the middle of a breakout year.
Representatives for Aaliyah’s estate have yet to comment on the news.
The rights for the tragic singer’s entire discography are currently owned by bosses at Reservoir Media, after previously being held by the star’s manager and uncle, Barry Hankerson. Read more…
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