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Aaliyah’s ‘One in a Million’ Lands on Streaming Platforms, More Music to Drop in September

Fans of Aaliyah can now listen to and celebrate more of the late R&B singer’s music on streaming services. At midnight eastern…

Aaliyah’s Estate Responds to Singer’s Former Label Teasing Possible Music Release

Aaliyah’s estate on Wednesday condemned what it called an “unscrupulous endeavor” to release music from the late singer after social media posts and a website appeared to tease upcoming material…

Wendy Williams ‘Proud’ of Aaliyah Biopic

"As a black woman, I was proud to show that Aaliyah came from a two-parent family, which many of us don't"

Watch Timbaland Blast Lifetime’s Aaliyah Biopic on Social Media

"A lot of people keep asking me if I'm watching that bullshit — evidently not. … No way, not Timbo"

Wendy Williams on Her Involvement With Aaliyah Biopic: ‘Lifetime Needed to Tell This Story Correctly’

"TV is where it's at," says the talk show host-turned-executive producer

Why ‘Aaliyah’ Costume Designer Felt Comfortable Creating the Looks

Having grown up during the late musician's rise to fame and being a huge fan herself, Michelle Lyte had no trouble re-creating Aaliyah's sexy tomboy ensembles for the Lifetime original film

‘Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B’: TV Review

The controversial TV movie finally gets its premiere

Lifetime Reveals Haunting ‘Aaliyah’ Teaser Trailer

After a major casting change, viewers get their first glimpse at the biopic

Aaliyah Biopic Casts Its Missy Elliott and Timbaland

Chattrisse Dolabaille and Izaak Smith are stepping into the Lifetime project

Zendaya Coleman Explains Why She Exited Aaliyah Biopic (Video)

The actress denies that her departure had anything to do with fan complaints over her casting.

Alexandra Shipp Set as Aaliyah in Lifetime Biopic

Wendy Williams has also boarded the TV movie that was previously set to star Zendaya Coleman.

Production Halted on Drake’s Posthumous Aaliyah Project

"The world reacting to Drake's involvement so negatively, I just wanted nothing to do with it," said fellow producer Noah "40" Shebib of the would-be album.