The bulk of tunes by the late singer Aaliyah has long been unavailable on streaming services, but it seems to be like which is finally coming to an finish — sort of. The singer’s estate announced on Christmas that they secured control of her formal account on YouTube, promising they would fall her new music on there at some place in 2021.
But this is just the commencing. A number of months in the past, Aaliyah’s estate introduced it was in talks with other streamers. “To our loyal enthusiasts: We are psyched to announce that interaction has commenced between the estate and numerous record labels about the standing of Aaliyah’s audio catalogue, as very well as its availability on streaming platforms in the near long run,” the write-up go through. “Thank you for your continued adore and support. Additional updates to appear!”
Aaliyah’s 3 albums, which have affected some of today’s most significant names, have lengthy been lengthy been AWAL from on the internet providers. However, the fight to get them to electronic platforms has been a lengthy and hard one particular. Blackground Data, which properties the singer’s whole-size releases and was established by her uncle Barry Hankerson, is no more time operational, and it is believed that Hankerson is mainly liable for blocking her music from streaming solutions. But it appears points will modify in 2021.