We miss you Aaliya; Aaliyah Dana Haughton was born in Brooklyn New York City in the United States on the 16th January 1979 and she died on 25th august 2001 at the age of 22. When Aaliyah Dana Haughton was still alive, she was a Singer, dancer, actress, and a model.
As a singer, the genre of her music was R&B, pop, hip hop. The best 10 hits/ songs of Aaliyah where her best song of
all times and briefly let’s take a look at the top 10 best songs of Aaliyah Dana Haughton.
One In A Million
One in a million was the best song of Aaliyah Dana Haughton which was released in December, 1996 by American recording artist Aaliyah from her second studio album. This song follows in Categories of Pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop.
Are You That Somebody
Are You That Somebody is the second best hit among Aaliyah songs. This song was recorded by the Village Records Los Angeles, California and was released in June 1998 which received Aaliyah’s first Grammy Award nomination for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. When the billboard changed their policy to allow airplay only single on the Hot 100, Are You That Somebody reached #21 on the chart.
At Your Best
At Your Best was originally recorded and written by the Isley Brothers and Chris Jasper in 1975 and officially released in 1976 which was originally dedicated to their mother. However the Aaliyah version was recorded by CD single, maxi single, vinyl record in 1993 and released on the 22nd August 1994 which became a hit in the remixed version by R. Kelly.
Rock The Boat
Rock The Boat was originally written by Static Major, Rapture Stewart, and Eric Seats in 2001. Rock The Boat was produced by Keybeats and the first album was released in August 2011 (United states) and later two more albums where released in March and May 2002 in Australia and United kingdom respectively.
Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number
Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number was recorded between September 1993 and May 1994 in Chicago Recording Company and officially released in June 1994. It was produced by R. Kelly and it portrayed the message in its lyrics about dating someone older.
Back and Forth
Back and Forth was her best hit when she was 15 years of age. Back and Forth was recorded in 1993 by Chicago Recording Company and officially released in 1994. This song portrayed a message about a youth looking forward to the weekend. It was written and produced by R. Kelly and it reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 though review shows that it had sturdy (robust) sexual innuendo.
Try Again the May 2000 releases was her only single song to go to number one (#1) on the Billboard and nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. Try Again was written by Steve Garrett, Timothy Mosley, recorded for the soundtrack of the film Romeo Must Die from Manhattan Center and produced by Timbaland in 2000.
I Don’t Wanna
I Don’t Wanna was released in January 2000 and it was a great hit among the top song of Aaliyah. It reached number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 5 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts. I Don’t Wanna was written and composed by Johnta Austin, Jazze Pha, Donnie Scantz, and Kevin Hicks. The song was released in August 1999 as a promotional airplay single in the United States.
We Need A Resolution
This was Aaliyah’s lead single self-title third studio album. The song was recorded by Westlake Recording Studios (Los Angeles, California) and was released in 2001. The song was written by Tim Mosley and Steve Garrett, which featured Timbaland’s productions for Aaliyah.
The One I Gave My Heart To
“The One I Gave My Heart To” peaked at number nine (#9) on the Billboard Hot 100 which was written by popular songwriter Diane Warren and released in September 1997 and was certified gold for sales. “The One I Gave My Heart To” is the sixth and final single from Aaliyah’s second album One in a Million.
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