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Aaliyah Dana Haughton

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Aaliyah Dana Haughton
(January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001),

Detail 2
Aaliyah had a brother named Rashad Haughton. Born in Brooklyn
, New York . Rashad and Aaliyah are
17 monthes Apart. At the Age of 6 years old his family moved away to Detroit, Michigan where he and his sister Aaliyah was raised. At the time of her death Rashad shared an apartment with Aaliyah on Greenridge Ave. In White Plains, NY.
Big break
Brooklyn-born Aaliyah Dana Haughton started voice lessons right after she learned to talk. Determined to be a star, she signed a contract with Jive Records at the age of 12 and came to popular acclaim in 1994. On her way home from a music video shoot in 2001, a plane crash killed Aaliyah and eight members of her film crew. She was 22 years old at the time of her death. Place of death bahamas.
At the age of 12, Aaliyah Was Signed with Jive
Records and her uncle Barry Hankerson's Blackground Records.

Diane Haughton Aaliyah's
Michael Haughton Aaliyah's Dad
In 1994, at the age of 15, Aaliyah catapulted onto the R&B charts herself with her debut album, Age Ain't Nothing But a Number. Produced by the successful singer R. Kelly, the album sold a million copies and eventually earned platinum status based largely on the success of two hit singles, "Back and Forth" and "At Your Best (You Are Love)." Later that year, tabloid reports surfaced claiming that the sultry teen singer had married the 27-year-old Kelly, but Aaliyah denied the union and the marriage was reportedly annulled
While a student in the dance program at Detroit High School for the Fine and Performing Arts (she graduated in 1997), Aaliyah released her sophomore album, One in a Million (1996). Helmed by the well-known pop producer Timbaland and featuring rap performer Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, One in a Million portrayed the 17-year-old singer as a sultry hip-hop chanteuse with a self-confidence well beyond her years. The album garnered favorable reviews and sold two million copies.
One in a million
Aaliyah gained even more recognition in 1997 when she recorded "Journey to the Past," the Academy Award-nominated theme song to the animated feature Anastasia. She also performed the song for the Oscar telecast in 1998. Her next soundtrack effort, "Are You That Somebody?" for 1998's Dr. Dolittle, starring Eddie Murphy, went to No. 1 on the R&B charts, was a pop crossover hit, and earned Aaliyah her first Grammy Award nomination
Commercial Succes
OCCUPATION: Film Actress, Singer
In 2000, Aaliyah made her acting debut in the surprise action hit Romeo Must Die, starring opposite martial arts star Jet Li in a Romeo and Juliet-inspired story set in modern-day Los Angeles.
Budding Film Career
Romeo must die movie trailer

She was also an executive producer of the movie's soundtrack and performed the hit single "Try Again," which netted her a second Grammy nomination as well as two MTV Music Video Awards for Best Female Video and Best Video From a Film.
Her third album, Aaliyah, was released in July 2001 and reached No. 2 on the Billboard album chart. Also in 2001, she played the title role in Queen of the Damned, based on the bestselling novel by Anne Rice and set for release in 2002
Queen of the damned

Tragic Death
Tragically, Aaliyah was killed on August 25, 2001, when a small Cessna passenger plane carrying the singer and her video crew crashed and burst into flames shortly after takeoff from Abaco Island in the Bahamas, where they had just completed work on a video. The plane was headed for Miami, Florida. Aaliyah and seven other people, including the pilot, were believed to have died instantly while a ninth passenger died later at a Bahamian hospital. Aaliyah was 22 years old at the time of her death. She is survived by her parents, Diane and Michael Haughton, and an older brother, Rashaad.
If I Ain’t Got You” is one of Alicia Key’s biggest and most powerful songs to date. Off her 2003 album The Diary Of Alicia Keys; Keys attributes the inspiration of the profound ballad to the passing of the late great Aaliyah. The song idea came together right after Aaliyah passed away. It was such a sad time and no one wanted to believe it. It just made everything crystal clear to me—what matters, and what doesn’t.”
Off to college
Yes, you went away
Straight from high school
You up and left me
We were close friends
Also lovers
Did everything
For one another
Now you're gone and I'm lost without you here now
But I know I gotta live and make it somehow
Come back...to me
Can you...feel me (Callin')
Hear me...callin' (For you
For you...'Cause it's . . . .
Aaliyah I Miss You
she is missing a bestfriend / lover he left to go to college. She feels lost but she knows she has to move on and she wants that person back
Verse 1

It's been too long and I'm lost without you
What am I gonna do?
Said I been needin' you, wantin' you
Wonderin' if you're the same and who's been with you
Is your heart still mine?
I wanna cry sometimes
I miss you
She's thinking about him like its been along time sense shes been with him and she's venting about how she wants / needs her lover / friend. Shes wondering if hes feeling the same and who he's been with. She wonders who's been with him and is his heart is still hers. Se misses him.

Now I'm sittin' here
Thinkin' 'bout you
And the days we used to share
It's drivin' me crazy
I don't know what to do
I'm just wonderin' if you still care
I don't wanna let you know
That it's killin' me
I know you got another life you gotta concentrate baby
Come back...to me
Can you...feel me (Callin')
Hear me...callin' (For you)
For you...'Cause it's

Verse 2
She is thinking about him and the good memories
they had. She reallly wants to know if he still cares. But she dont want to let him no that its killing her and she knows he has another life going to college etc. But she misses him
I Miss You" is a song by American recording artist Aaliyah. Written by Johnta Austin, Ginuwine and Teddy Bishop in 1998 and initially recorded in 2000 for her self-titled third studio album (2001), the track remained unreleased. Instead, it was later included on the posthumously released compilation album, I Care 4 U (2002), serving as its leading single during the last quarter of 2002.

It's been too long and I'm lost without you
What am I gonna do?
Said I been needin' you, wantin' you
Wonderin' if you're the same and who's been with you
Is your heart still mine?
I wanna cry sometimes
I miss you
Chorus 2x

Since you went away I
Don't really feel like talkin'
No one here to love me
Baby do you understand me
I can't do or be without you
She's down and out she really loves him and she doesnt wana move on. She needs him and cant be without him

It's been too long and I'm lost without you
(Tell me what I'm gonna do)
What am I gonna do?
Said I been needin' you, wantin' you
Wonderin' if you're the same and who's been with you
Is your heart still mine?
I wanna cry sometimes
I miss you
[Chorus 3x]
She needs him and doesn't no what to do without him. She's wondering if he still feel the same way about her. She wants to cry sometimes cause she misses him
Lyrical Analysis
I Miss You Aaliyah
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