That has been the hope of quite a few Aaliyah fans for many years as the artist’s music is noticeably absent from streaming.
The first Blackground Data, which introduced a majority of Aaliyah’s songs, was owned by the late singer’s uncle and former manager, Barry Hankerson.
“Preserving Aaliyah’s legacy is, and will generally be, our concentration,” reads a new article from the estate’s verified Twitter account.
“For 20 many years we have battled powering the scenes, enduring shadowy practices of deception with unauthorized jobs targeted to tarnish,” the estate wrote. “We have constantly been baffled as to why there is these types of a tenacity in triggering additional discomfort together with what we previously have to cope with for the rest of our life.”
“This unscrupulous endeavor to release Aaliyah’s new music devoid of any transparency or complete accounting to the estate compels our hearts to express a phrase — forgiveness,” the statement ongoing.