Aaliyah Funeral Pictures

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Aaliyah Funeral Pictures

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    aaliyah

  • Aaliyah Dana Haughton (January 16, 1979 – August 25, 2001), who performed under the mononym Aaliyah , was an American recording artist, actress and model. She was born in Brooklyn, New York, and was raised in Detroit, Michigan.
  • Aaliyah (stylized as ΛΛLIYΛH) is the self-titled third and final studio album by American R&B singer Aaliyah, released by Blackground and Virgin Records on July 17, 2001 (see 2001 in music) in the United States. The eponymous album is sometimes called The Red Album,http://www.staticmajorismusic.
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  • Funeral is the debut full-length album by Canadian indie rock band Arcade Fire, released on September 14, 2004 in North America by Merge Records and on February 28, 2005 in Europe by Rough Trade Records.
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aaliyah funeral pictures

aaliyah funeral pictures – Aaliyah

Aaliyah
Aaliyah
Seven years after her debut at just 15 years old, Aaliyah assembled a third studio album that was astonishingly mature. Sadly, her death just a little over a month after its release stilled a promising voice in R&B. At 22, when most artists would just be getting started, Aaliyah had already progressed from pop to street to an unconventional retro-modern, risk-taking version of R&B. While lead track “We Need a Resolution” is as mainstream as it gets, there are fewer hits on this album than on previous efforts. Instead, this collection is an extraordinary romantic exposition of passion and pain. While Missy Elliott is cranking out jams for all her “club freaks,” Aaliyah is like a modern-day (if less vocally gifted) Minnie Riperton, exploring the pains of moving from child star to adult sex symbol. Tracks such as “Never No More” and “I Care 4 U” (featuring Missy) are slinky, twisted ballads imbued with film-noir sultriness, as diva Aaliyah steps catlike away from the bubblegum R&B of her contemporaries. There’s also the obligatory rock track tacked on near the end (“I Can Be”), but even this excels above the standard hip-hop/rock/R&B crossover fare with its Prince-like influences coupled with Aaliyah’s own instinct for seduction. Aaliyah also signaled a move away from her long-standing musical relationship with producer Timbaland, who contributes just three cuts. Having started out heavily supported by R. Kelly, it appeared that Aaliyah was more than able to go it alone. –Jake Barnes

Pictures

Pictures
Framed pictures ready for hanging.

The Wollongong Pictorial Mafia’s 5th annual exhibition starts on Wednesday at Project Contemporary Artspace, Keira Street, Wollongong.

Old Pictures of Santa Monica Pier and Beach

Old Pictures of Santa Monica Pier and Beach
this was from some pictures posted on the pier
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