Lifetime has unveiled the first trailer for its controversial original television movie ‘Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B,’ starring Alexandra Shipp.
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Zendaya Coleman has spoken up about her reasons for dropping out of Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic.
Lifetime’s Aaliyah biopic is once again underway despite her family’s objections, as actress Alexandra Shipp has replaced Zendaya Coleman in the film’s lead role.
Lifetime has revealed that singer/actress Zendaya Coleman will no longer play Aaliyah in the network’s biopic and production for the film is on hold.
Zendaya’s casting as Aaliyah is making people say really stupid shit.
Enjoy audio from Canyon Cody’s stellar live set Red Bull Music Academy Bass Camp in San Francisco last month, which features the Isley Brothers, Zuzuka Poderosa, Baauer, Kendrick Lamar, and the late Aaliyah.
Now that we’ve had a chance to recuperate from a star-studded 2013 BET Awards weekend, we can share a few favorite moments from the ground including performances and after party pics.
Chris Brown calls an angel, the late Aaliyah to be exact, to get a powerful message across in his new video for “Don’t Think They Know” (previously rumored as “They Don’t Know”).
While we’re awaiting Chris Brown’s follow-up to “Fine China,” the singer offers fans a remix to Mario’s brand new single “Somebody Else.”
A short behind the scenes clip of Chris Brown’s forthcoming video for “They Don’t Know” has surfaced, showing the singer surrounded by some hype L.A. locals.
Today is January 16, 2013, and though this day may not be important to you, as an Aaliyah fan, it is very important to me. Why? Because today is what would have been her 34th birthday!!!
Soulful “dubstep queen” Katy B has released a fun video for “Got Paid” and a brand new free EP, ‘Danger,’ which boasts collaborations with Diplo, Wiley, Iggy Azalea, and Jessie Ware — to name a few. “Got Paid” is arguably the closet we’ve gotten to Johnny Kemp’s 1988 R&B dance hit “Just Got Paid” (which happens to be one of my dad’s favorite songs).
Several music editing savvy fans have removed Drake’s verses from Aaliyah’s newest song, “Enough Said” and one, who goes by Tre’iLLi offers just that. I can’t say we miss the feature as it didn’t provide much to the ethereal track, which was produced by Noah “40” Shebib.
Drake is not playing games when it comes to his love for Aaliyah, as he’s set to executive produce the deceased songstress’ upcoming posthumous album and today, he debuted a new song “Enough Said.” Produced by Noah “40” Shebib (no surprise there), the ethereal track does not disappoint.
I have some wonderful and interesting news for all of my fellow Aaliyah fans out there. According to You Know You Got Soul, there may be a new album from the late “Princess of R&B” in the works!