Posted by , Jan 12, 2017 at 05:40pm
Within the last 24 hours some of Aaliyah's greatest hits have been posted and removed from the digital streaming services.

The world truly misses Aaliyah. However, it proves extremely difficult when trying to pay homage to the artist by listening to her music as it is pretty much non existent on digital streaming platforms like Apple Music and iTunes.

In a report from Complex last December, details emerged about the embroiled situation that centers around Aaliyah's uncle and former manager Barry Hankerson, and his refusal to release her music digitally.

The report also cites the involvement of London based company Craze Productions in illegally uploading her music to the aforementioned streaming services.

It appears that last night the company was busy uploading hits like Aaliyah's "Are You That Somebody" to Apple Music and iTunes. While this isn't the first time the company has attempted to illegally share music from the artist, it is causing a fierce commotion both among fans and the legal community.

You can read more details on the situation here.

Hopefully some sort of solution can be reached so that Aaliyah's incredible music can be shared with the world via digital streaming platforms.

Aaliyah's Greatest Hits Mysteriously Posted And Removed From itunes And Apple Music

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Jan 12, 2017 at 05:40pm
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Within the last 24 hours some of Aaliyah's greatest hits have been posted and removed from the digital streaming services.

The world truly misses Aaliyah. However, it proves extremely difficult when trying to pay homage to the artist by listening to her music as it is pretty much non existent on digital streaming platforms like Apple Music and iTunes.

In a report from Complex last December, details emerged about the embroiled situation that centers around Aaliyah's uncle and former manager Barry Hankerson, and his refusal to release her music digitally.

The report also cites the involvement of London based company Craze Productions in illegally uploading her music to the aforementioned streaming services.

It appears that last night the company was busy uploading hits like Aaliyah's "Are You That Somebody" to Apple Music and iTunes. While this isn't the first time the company has attempted to illegally share music from the artist, it is causing a fierce commotion both among fans and the legal community.

You can read more details on the situation here.

Hopefully some sort of solution can be reached so that Aaliyah's incredible music can be shared with the world via digital streaming platforms.

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