Aaliyah’s Self-Titled Final Album Hits Streaming Platforms: Listen
The late singer’s final studio LP arrives 20 years later after its original release.
Aaliyah's 2001 album features from Timbaland and the late Static Major
Aaliyah‘s third and final studio album, entitled Aaliyah, has arrived on Friday streaming platforms for the first time, a quarter century after its traditional release.
Following the releases of the Romeo Must Die soundtrack on September 3 and One in a Million on August 20. Aaliyah was initially released in July 2001 and featured guest appearances from Timbaland on “We Need a Resolution” and Static on “Loose Rap.” It went on to debut at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and peaked at No. 1 upon Aaliyah’s death the following month; it also marks the last album she released during her lifetime.
Stream Aaliyah below.
“Try Again,” “Rock the Boat,” and “We Need a Resolution,” Aaliyah was the last album the singer released before her tragic passing.
Aaliyah initially arrived less than two months before her tragic death in a plane crash on Aug. 25, 2001, at the age of 22.