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Aaliyah's 'One in a Million' Finally Hits Streaming Services

Aaliyah’s sophomore album, One in a Million has finally hit streaming services on Thursday night (Aug. 19). The album is distributed by Blackground Records 2.0 and EMPIRE and is also available for digital download on iTunes and Amazon. The album is the first of several projects in the R&B singers catalog that is expected to drop in the near future. Previously, the only full-length LP that was available to stream was her 1994 debut album, Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number. 

The timeless album was produced by Timbaland and Missy Elliot, being the home to tracks like “If Your Girl Only Knew”, “One in a Million,” “4 Page Letter,” “Hot Like Fire” and “The One I Gave My Heart To.” 

Aaliyah’s Romeo Must Die and Exit Wounds soundtracks are also set to hit streaming services on September 3rd. Her self-titled and final album will arrive on September 10th, and I Care 4 U and Ultimate Aaliyah both drop on October 8. 

One in a Million quickly rose to the top of the Apple music charts overnight, making it to the number one spot in just a few hours. 

Make sure to stream and support the iconic R&B superstars catalog! 

RIP Aaliyah. 

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