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Please Don’t Release Posthumous Aaliyah Songs If They Sound Terrible

We all miss the fallen icon, but dropping subpar releases after her death is straight-up disrespectful

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If you’re going to release a “new” song from Aaliyah, it should at least be audible. That not only meets the bare minimum for any musical release in 2021, but when it comes to…




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