I wouldn't consider someone an R&B fan if they don't have Jon B's they don't know on their playlist. That song is mandatory.
Oh, as far as Everybody wants you, I got Jeff (easily I might add), > Jon B > Kenny. Occasionally I'll favor Kenny's over Jon B's as I give Kenny credit for making the song into his own by the way he sung it.
Time passes by so quick in regards to Aaliyah.
Like, not to be on some pedo stuff but that chick was FINE at 15 YEARS OLD:
All in all I got like 9 or 10 Aaliyah songs on my iPod. I was going to post I care for you and seen that Clique just beat me to it. Agreed on all aspects.
As far as Drake goes, I said it in the Hip-Hop thread but his obsession over Aaliyah is borderline in the stalker-creepy territory.
He's producing a posthumous album for her, he wears an Aaliyah earpiece during all of his concerts sometimes wears Aaliyah shirts, he has two tattoos dedicated to Aaliyah, he's always talking about her in interviews, one interview I can't remember exactly which one but he referred to her a couple times by her middle name and a couple months ago he wrote a letter to Aaliyah expressing his love for her and talking about how if she was alive he would've wanted to be in a relationship with her and all this other shit.
He's borderline stalker-esque.
Last edited by Notorious : 08-25-2012 at 01:10 PM.
I heard the first single from the album him and his producer are making for Aaliyah and I'll be honest, I was not a fan of the song at all. If there was a posthumous album released, I would've much rather had Missy & Timbaland produce it and release it instead of giving it a guy who's pretty much a stranger to Aaliyah aka didn't personally know her.
That's actually not terrible, not good either or really necessary. Still not sure if he has enough material or creativity for an entire Aaliyah album. Is he going to rap on every song? Or feature other artists to complete the record? I think Drake was right when he said "Y'all not ready for this" at the beginning of Enough Said.
Anyway, here's a Missy, T-Boz & Chilli and Tweet tribute song to Aaliyah & Left Eye as well as other artists that past away.
"On The Main Line To The Secret Truth Of The Universe"
The song isn't completely terrible but it isn't good either IMO. I'm interested to see how the rest of album is as well, I hope Drake isn't rapping on every track. I mean I'm a Drake fan, I like his music but it's an Aaliyah album, not Drake.