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I Care 4 U
Aaliyah-ICare4U.jpg
North American edition cover
Compilation album by
ReleasedDecember 10, 2002
Recorded1993–March 2001
Studio
Genre
Length59:20
Label
Producer
Aaliyah chronology
Aaliyah
(2001)
I Care 4 U
(2002)
Ultimate Aaliyah
(2005)
Alternative cover
International edition cover[a]
International edition cover[a]
Singles from I Care 4 U
  1. "Miss You"
    Released: October 28, 2002
  2. "Don't Know What to Tell Ya"
    Released: February 11, 2003
  3. "I Care 4 U"
    Released: April 8, 2003
  4. "Come Over"
    Released: May 27, 2003

I Care 4 U is a posthumous compilation album by American singer Aaliyah. It was released on December 10, 2002, by Blackground Records and Universal Records. Following Aaliyah's death on August 25, 2001, Blackground decided to release a posthumous record in collaboration with Universal Music Group. The album included some of Aaliyah's singles and previously unreleased recordings discarded from sessions for her eponymous third and final studio album (2001).

I Care 4 U received mixed reviews from critics, based on the assessment of the previously unreleased songs and the compilation's breadth in general. Commercially, the album was a success, debuting at number three on the US Billboard 200 and being certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). It also reached the top ten France, Germany, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The album produced four singles—"Miss You", "Don't Know What to Tell Ya", "I Care 4 U", and "Come Over"—and has sold over six million copies worldwide.

Background

Between October 2000 and February 2001, Aaliyah filmed her part in the vampire film Queen of the Damned (2002) in Melbourne, simultaneously recording what would become her eponymous third and final studio album.[2] The album was released in July 2001 to widespread critical acclaim.[3][4] It became a commercial success as well, debuting at number two on the US Billboard 200 and selling 187,000 copies in its first week; it marked the highest sales week of her career to that point.[5][6]

On August 25, 2001, Aaliyah and eight others were killed in a plane crash in The Bahamas after filming the music video for the single "Rock the Boat".[7][8] The pilot Luis Morales III was unlicensed at the time of the accident and had traces of cocaine and alcohol in his system.[9] Aaliyah's family later filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Blackhawk International Airways, which was settled out of court.[10] Following Aaliyah's death, Aaliyah reached the top of the Billboard 200, spending 69 weeks on the chart, and had sold 2.6 million copies in the United States by December 2009.[11][12]

Recording and production

I Care 4 U features both album cuts and previously-unreleased tracks and demos, recorded between 1993 and March 2001. The title track was written by Missy Elliott and Timbaland, who also produced the song, and was recorded at the Magic Mix Studios and Music Grinder Studios in Los Angeles in 2000.[13] Aaliyah began to record the song for her second studio album One in a Million (1996), but it was completed after that album had finished post-production, thus she saved it for Aaliyah.[14] Timbaland also wrote and produced "Don't Know What to Tell Ya", which was co-written by Static Major and recorded at the Manhattan Center Studios.[15]

Originally crafted for Ginuwine's second studio album 100% Ginuwine (1999), "Miss You" was written by Ginuwine, Johntá Austin and Teddy Bishop, while being produced by Bishop.[16] In 1999, while Aaliyah was recording her eponymous third studio album (2001) at the Manhattan Center Studios, she requested Austin and Bishop to play her a couple of tracks they had produced with other artists, including "Miss You", for which Ginuwine had already lent his vocals.[17] Bishop later commented: "She was like, 'I want to cut this record' [...] She got on the phone, called him and said 'Hey I know you cut this record already, but I would love to cut it'."[17] Ginuwine allowed her to cut her own version of it and the same night, Aaliyah re-recorded the whole song. Though she reportedly wanted to put the song out herself, her label Blackground Records felt the song was no "smash record", thus it was left unused until after her death.[17]

"Come Over" was written by Johntá Austin, Bryan-Michael Cox, Kevin Hicks and Phalon "Jazze Pha" Alexander, while being produced by Cox, Hicks and Alexander.[18][15] It was originally recorded for Aaliyah at the Sony Music Studios in New York City, but did not make the album's final cut.[15] When the song was left unused, it was given to American duo Changing Faces, who included their version on their third studio album Visit Me (2000); however, Aaliyah's original version ended up being included on I Care 4 U. Altogether, Natalie Nichols from the Los Angeles Times categorized the albums material as a "minimalist blend of hip-hop, funk, soul and dance-music".[19]

Release and promotion

I Care 4 U was released in the United States on December 10, 2002, by Blackground Records and Universal Records, with its CD+DVD limited edition being released simultaneously. Internationally, it was released in both editions in early 2003. Its title track received heavy airplay throughout 2002, which helped promote the album, as well as the digital release of the lead single "Miss You" in October 2002 prior to it being serviced to US radio the following month.[20][21] Upon the album's release, it was announced that a portion of its proceeds would go to the Aaliyah Memorial Fund.[22]

In August 2021, it was reported that the album and Aaliyah's other recorded work for Blackground (since rebranded as Blackground Records 2.0) would be re-released on physical, digital and, for the first time ever, streaming services, in a deal between the label and Empire Distribution, with I Care 4 U being reissued on October 8. The re-release was met with disdain from Aaliyah's estate,[23][24][25] who issued a statement denouncing the "unscrupulous endeavor to release Aaliyah's music without any transparency or full accounting to the estate".[26][27][28][29]

I Care 4 U had earlier been released digitally, without permission from Blackground Records, by Craze Productions, using a scan of the international edition cover instead of its digital printing master and without any additional metadata. A lawsuit against Craze Productions was filed by Reservoir Media Management, a marketing partner of Blackground Records at the time, and the jury agreed with them in September 2015.[30] Even after the ruling and the official 2021 reissue, the illegal edition is still available on digital and streaming services.

Singles

"Miss You" was released as the album's lead single on October 28, 2002.[b] It debuted at number 55 on the Billboard Hot 100[34] and went on to peak at number three. It was ranked eighth on the 2003 year-end Billboard Hot 100.[35] Internationally, the song peaked at number eight in Germany and within the top twenty in Canada, Denmark, the Netherlands, and Switzerland. Its accompanying music video, directed by Darren Grant, featured appearances from various celebrities, including Missy Elliott, Lil' Kim, Tweet, Queen Latifah, Jaheim, Lyric, Lil' Jon, Eastside Boyz, Jamie Foxx, DMX, Quincy Jones, and Ananda Lewis.[36]

"Don't Know What to Tell Ya" was released as the second single on February 11, 2003. As its release in the United States was limited, it failed to enter both Billboard Hot 100 and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Internationally, it peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart and number five on the UK R&B Chart.[37][38]

"I Care 4 U", which was originally included on Aaliyah (2001), was released as the third single on April 8, 2003.[39] The song had already peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number three on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs in 2002 as an "album cut" from Aaliyah despite not being released as a single.[40]

"Come Over" was released as the fourth and final single on May 27, 2003. It peaked at number 32 on the Billboard Hot 100[41] and at number nine on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.[42]

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
AllMusic[43]
Encyclopedia of Popular Music[44]
Entertainment WeeklyA−[45]
The Guardian[46]
Los Angeles Times[19]
Rolling Stone[47]
Slant Magazine[48]
Uncut[49]
Vibe4/5[1]
The Village VoiceA−[50]

I Care 4 U received mixed reviews from music critics. In a positive review for Entertainment Weekly, Craig Seymour said I Care 4 U showcased Aaliyah's "interpretive talent" and ability to inspire her songwriters,[45] while Graham Smith from musicOMH deemed it "a fine introduction to a much missed artiste", particularly because of the six previously-unreleased songs.[51] According to Vibe magazine's Jason King, the album compiled some of the most ambitious dance-pop of the previous ten years.[1] Uncut said Aaliyah's "silvery and subtle reconfigurations of R&B" were showcased on the compiled singles,[49] which AllMusic's John Bush felt reminded listeners of her vocal talent. Bush was also impressed by the previously-unreleased tracks, writing that they "provide an intriguing look at where Aaliyah may have taken her career had she lived".[43] Robert Christgau was somewhat less enthusiastic, viewing I Care 4 U as an incomplete compilation whose inconsistent mix of career highlights was nonetheless rectified by the quality of the new tracks, particularly "Erica Kane".[50] In The Village Voice, he wrote:

From 'Age Ain't Nothing but a Number' when she was 15 to 'More Than a Woman' just before she died (the latter included, the former discreetly not), she was lithe and dulcet in a way that signified neither jailbait nor hottie—an ingénue whose selling point was sincerity, not innocence and the obverse it implies. Timbaland's beats add essential eccentricity, but R. Kelly's ditties suited her almost as well.[50]

In a more critical review, Slant Magazine's Sal Cinqeumani was not impressed by the new songs on what he said was "neither a posthumous album of all-new material nor a proper greatest hits package" but "a half-assed attempt at satiating the Aaliyah fan's need for both".[48] Rolling Stone magazine's Arion Berger also felt the album's second half of newer songs was somewhat inferior to Timbaland's "impressive" productions on the first half,[47] while Natalie Nichols of the Los Angeles Times panned the previously-unreleased songs as "merely soothing sonic wallpaper, with Aaliyah's pretty yet personality-free voice often treated like just another element in the mix".[19] In The Rolling Stone Album Guide (2004), Keith Harris felt Aaliyah's catalogue warranted a more comprehensive compilation, although he believed the new songs proved she was maturing creatively before her death.[52] Michael Paoletta from Billboard felt that in seven years, Aaliyah "had amassed an impressive track record" and that I Care 4 U showed Aaliyah's growth as an artist. He also mentioned that her "unrealized potential is particularly evident on recent tracks as "More Than a Woman" and the title track."[53]

Accolades

YearAwardCategoryNominee(s)ResultRef.
2003Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop AwardTop R&B/Hip-Hop Single – Airplay"Miss You"Nominated[54]
2003MTV Video Music AwardBest R&B VideoNominated[55]

Commercial performance

I Care 4 U debuted at number three on the US Billboard 200 and atop the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, selling 279,500 copies in its first week and registering Aaliyah's biggest first-week sales.[56][57] In its second week, the album plummeted to number 17 on the Billboard 200 and to number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, selling 222,000 copies.[58][59] In its third week, the album rose to number ten on the Billboard 200 and to the top of Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, selling 188,000 copies.[60][61] In its fourth week, the album rose to number nine on the Billboard 200, selling 80,000 copies, with total first-month sales of 770,000 copies.[62] The album topped the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums for a total of seven non-consecutive weeks.[63][64] I Care 4 U was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on January 15, 2003, and has sold over 1.6 million copies in the United States.[65][66][67]

Internationally, I Care 4 U was a commercial success as well, peaking within the top five France, Germany and Switzerland and the United Kingdom, as well as within the top ten in Canada, New Zealand and the Netherlands.[68][63][64][69][66][70] In Europe, it peaked at number two on European Top 100 Albums.[71] The album has sold over six million copies worldwide.[66]

Track listing

I Care 4 U – Standard edition
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Back & Forth"R. KellyKelly3:51
2."Are You That Somebody?"Timbaland4:25
3."One in a Million"Timbaland4:30
4."I Care 4 U"
Timbaland4:33
5."More Than a Woman"
  • Garrett
  • Mosley
Timbaland3:49
6."Don't Know What to Tell Ya"Timbaland5:01
7."Try Again"
  • Garrett
  • Mosley
Timbaland4:44
8."All I Need"
Bishop3:08
9."Miss You"
Bishop4:05
10."Don't Worry"
Pha3:52
11."Come Over"
  • Cox
  • Hicks
  • Pha
3:55
12."Erica Kane"
  • Garrett
  • Eric Seats
  • Rapture Stewart
  • Seats
  • Rapture
4:38
13."At Your Best (You Are Love)"Kelly4:52
14."Got to Give It Up" (remix)Marvin Gaye3:58
Total length:59:21
I Care 4 U – 2021 reissue edition (bonus tracks)
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
15."We Need a Resolution" (featuring Timbaland)
  • Garrett
  • Mosley
Timbaland4:07
16."Rock the Boat"
  • Garrett
  • Seats
  • Stewart
  • Seats
  • Rapture
4:37
Total length:68:05
I Care 4 U – Original international edition (bonus video)
No.TitleLength
17."Miss You"4:17
Total length:72:22
I Care 4 U – Japanese edition (bonus tracks)
No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
15."If Your Girl Only Knew"
  • Elliott
  • Mosley
Timbaland4:51
16."We Need a Resolution" (featuring Timbaland)
  • Garrett
  • Mosley
Timbaland4:07
17."Rock the Boat"
  • Garrett
  • Seats
  • Stewart
  • Seats
  • Rapture
4:37
Total length:72:56
I Care 4 U – Limited edition (bonus DVD)
No.TitleLength
1."One in a Million"5:03
2."Are You That Somebody?"4:29
3."Try Again"3:50
4."We Need a Resolution"4:06
5."More Than a Woman"3:51
6."Come Back in One Piece" (featuring DMX)3:41
7."4 Page Letter"4:56
8."Got to Give It Up" (remix)4:09
9."Rock the Boat"5:37
10."Japanimation Commercial"0:47
11."Aaliyah Behind the Scenes"12:56
Total length:53:25
I Care 4 U – Japanese limited edition (bonus DVD)
No.TitleLength
12."Miss You"4:17
Total length:57:42

Notes

  • ^a signifies a remixer

Sample credits

  • "I Care 4 U" contains a sample from "(Too Little in Common to Be Lovers) Too Much Going to Say Goodbye" performed by The Newcomers and written by Carl Hampton and Homer Banks.[72]
  • "More Than a Woman" contains a sample from the Arabic song "Alouli Ansa" by Syrian singer Mayada El Hennawy.[73][74]
  • "Don't Know What to Tell Ya" contains a sample from the Arabic song "Batwannis Beek" performed by Algerian singer Warda Al-Jazairia.[75][76][77]

Personnel

Credits are adapted from the liner notes of I Care 4 U.[15]

Charts

Certifications

RegionCertificationCertified units/sales
Canada (Music Canada)[108]Gold50,000^
France (SNEP)[109]Gold100,000*
Switzerland (IFPI Switzerland)[110]Gold20,000^
United Kingdom (BPI)[111]Gold100,000^
United States (RIAA)[112]Platinum1,000,000^

* Sales figures based on certification alone.
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.

Release history

Release dates and formats for I Care 4 U
RegionDateEdition(s)Format(s)Label(s)Ref.
United StatesDecember 10, 2002
  • Standard
  • limited
[113][114]
GermanyJanuary 31, 2003Universal Music[115]
AustraliaFebruary 3, 2003[116][117]
France[118]
United KingdomIndependiente[119][120]
JapanMarch 26, 2003Avex Trax[121][122]
VariousOctober 8, 2021Reissue
[123]
September 16, 2022Vinyl[124][125]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ The 2021 reissue cover features the same image as the international edition one, except the background is black instead of orange, and the writings are smaller and white instead of black.
  2. ^ "Miss You" was made available for streaming on October 28, 2002;[20] it was serviced to contemporary hit radio, rhythmic contemporary, urban adult contemporary and urban contemporary radio as I Care 4 U's lead single on November 16.[21][31][32][33]
  3. ^ a b c d "I Care 4 U" contains a sample from "(Too Little in Common to Be Lovers) Too Much Going to Say Goodbye" by The Newcomers. Homer Banks and Carl Hampton, who wrote "(Too Little in Common to Be Lovers) Too Much Going to Say Goodbye", were uncredited prior to the 2021 reissue of I Care 4 U.
  4. ^ a b "Don't Know What to Tell Ya" contains a sample from "Batwannis Beek" by Warda Al-Jazairia. Salah El Sharnouby, who composed the music for "Batwanes Beek", was uncredited prior to the 2021 reissue of I Care 4 U.

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Bibliography

External links

Artist(s)

Veröffentlichungen von Aaliyah die im OTRS erhältlich sind/waren:

One In A Million ¦ I Care 4 U

Aaliyah auf Wikipedia (oder andere Quellen):

Aaliyah (2000)

Aaliyah Dana Haughton (* 16. Januar 1979 in Brooklyn, New York City; † 25. August 2001 in Marsh Harbour, Abaco, Bahamas) war eine US-amerikanische R&B-Sängerin und Schauspielerin. Ihren Durchbruch hatte sie mit Try Again, dem Titellied des Films Romeo Must Die, in dem sie die weibliche Hauptrolle spielte. Mit weltweit über 30 Millionen verkauften Tonträgern gehört sie zu den erfolgreichsten R&B-Sängerinnen der letzten 30 Jahre.[1][2] Im Alter von 22 Jahren kam sie bei einem Flugzeugabsturz ums Leben.

Leben

Jugend

Aaliyah Dana Haughton kam im Januar 1979 als zweites Kind der Eheleute Michael und Diane Haughton in Brooklyn, New York City, zur Welt. Sie verbrachte jedoch den Großteil ihrer Kindheit nach einem Umzug im Alter von fünf Jahren gemeinsam mit ihrem älteren Bruder Rashad in Detroit, Michigan.

Als Teenager besuchte Aaliyah zunächst die Detroit High School, wo sie neben Tanz- und Schauspiel- auch Gesangsunterricht erhielt. Angetrieben von ihrer Mutter, einer ehemaligen Sängerin, bewarb sie sich 1989 für die Teilnahme an der Talentshow Star Search. Obwohl sie mit ihrer Darbietung von My Funny Valentine nicht als Gewinnerin aus dem Wettbewerb hervorgehen konnte, steigerte der Auftritt im landesweiten Fernsehen ihr Interesse an der Unterhaltungsbranche; so sprach die damals Zehnjährige noch im selben Jahr für die TV-Sitcom Alle unter einem Dach vor und trat im Alter von elf Jahren mit ihrer berühmten Tante Gladys Knight in Las Vegas auf.

Karriere

1990er-Jahre

1993 unterzeichnete Aaliyah Haughton im Alter von 14 Jahren[3] einen Plattenvertrag mit Blackground Records, dem Label ihres Onkels Barry Hankerson. Im Jahr darauf begann sie gemeinsam mit R. Kelly an ihrem Debütalbum Age Ain't Nothing But A Number bei Jive Records zu arbeiten. Nicht zuletzt dank seiner erfolgreichen Singleauskopplungen Back & Forth und At Your Best (You Are Love) konnte das Album, veröffentlicht im Mai desselben Jahres, im Laufe der Monate weltweit mehr als fünf Millionen Kopien absetzen.

Über das Verhältnis von Aaliyah zum 12 Jahre älteren R. Kelly gibt es einige Kontroversen,[4] hauptsächlich ausgelöst durch eine Heiratsurkunde vom 31. August 1994. Das Alter der damals 15-jährigen Aaliyah wird darin fälschlich mit 18 Jahren angegeben. Die folglich illegale Eheschließung wurde im Februar des folgenden Jahres annulliert.[5] Beide Seiten dementierten jedoch später, jemals verheiratet gewesen zu sein.[6]

Aaliyah wechselte Ende 1995 zu den Nachwuchsproduzenten Timbaland und Missy Elliott über. Das gemeinsam erarbeitete Album One In a Million, das im Sommer 1996 veröffentlicht wurde, übertraf den Erfolg des Debüts mit acht Millionen verkauften CDs bei weitem und brachte mit If Your Girl Only Knew, One In a Million, der Diane-Warren-Komposition The One I Gave My Heart To, der Ballade 4 Page Letter, dem Marvin-Gaye-Cover Got To Give It Up und der Radio-Single Hot Like Fire sechs äußerst erfolgreiche Auskopplungen hervor.

Anschließend gelang es der Sängerin 1997 mit Journey to the Past, dem Oscar-nominierten Titelsong zum Zeichentrickfilm Anastasia, ein weiteres Mal auf sich aufmerksam zu machen. Im selben Jahr hatte sie einen Gastauftritt in der Fernsehserie New York Undercover. Mit der 1998 veröffentlichten Single Are You That Somebody?, dem Titelsong zur Eddie-Murphy-Komödie Dr. Dolittle, konnte Aaliyah im Folgejahr zudem schließlich auch europaweit musikalisch Fuß fassen. Trotz des anhaltenden Erfolges entschied sie sich nach der Veröffentlichung dazu, dem Showgeschäft vorübergehend den Rücken zu kehren, um ihren High-School-Abschluss zu machen.

2000–2001

Aaliyah in Berlin (2000)

Nach intensivem Schauspieltraining gelang Aaliyah es 2000 schließlich, ihre erste Rolle in dem Martial-Arts-Film Romeo Must Die an der Seite von Jet Li zu spielen. Ähnlich wie der Film, welcher sich mit 90 Millionen US-Dollar zu einem der erfolgreichsten Filme des Jahres entwickelte, konnte sich auch der von Aaliyah und Timbaland co-produzierte Soundtrack in den vorderen Rängen der Charts etablieren. Nachdem bereits die vorab veröffentlichten Songs Come Back In One Piece, mit Rapper DMX, und I Don’t Wanna sehr erfolgreich waren, konnte sich Aaliyah mit dem Titelsong Try Again sogar erstmals an der Spitze der US-amerikanischen Billboard Hot 100 platzieren. Sie wurde außerdem für einen Grammy nominiert.

Nach weiteren Filmaufnahmen für die Anne-Rice-Verfilmung Königin der Verdammten in Australien begannen die Dreharbeiten zu Matrix Reloaded und Matrix Revolutions. Dafür kehrte Aaliyah im Frühjahr 2001 in die USA zurück, um die Veröffentlichung ihres dritten Albums vorzubereiten. Während die erste Auskoppelung We Need a Resolution lediglich durchwachsene Erfolge in den Charts erzielte, stieg die selbstbetitelte LP bis auf Platz 2 der US-amerikanischen Albumcharts.

Tod

Am 21. August 2001 begannen Aaliyah und ihr Team in Los Angeles die Dreharbeiten zum Musikvideo der Single Rock The Boat. Am darauffolgenden Tag entschied man sich schließlich dazu, für zwei weitere Tage auf die Bahamas zu fliegen, um dort mit einigen Außenaufnahmen weiter am Video arbeiten zu können. Während ein Teil der Truppe nach Ende der Dreharbeiten am 25. August 2001 auf den Inseln zurückblieb, traten Aaliyah und sieben ihrer Crew-Mitglieder in einer Cessna 402B die Heimreise in Richtung Miami an. Unmittelbar nach dem Start stürzte das Flugzeug gegen 18:45 Uhr Ortszeit nur wenige hundert Meter hinter der Landebahn zu Boden. Alle Insassen kamen dabei ums Leben. Wie man später feststellte, war das Flugzeug um etwa 320 kg überladen, da die Passagiere trotz der Warnungen des Piloten auf der Mitnahme aller Gepäckstücke bestanden hatten.[7] Eine spätere Autopsie deckte zudem auf, dass der Pilot unter Einfluss von Kokain und Alkohol gestanden hatte.

Vermächtnis

Nach Aaliyahs Tod schossen ihre Plattenverkäufe in die Höhe. Ihr Album Aaliyah kam auf Platz 1 der US-Billboard-Charts. Es wurden weitere Singles aus Aaliyah veröffentlicht. More Than A Woman wurde ein postumer Nummer-1-Hit in Großbritannien. Die Ballade I Care 4 U wurde dank massiver Radiounterstützung in den USA veröffentlicht und schaffte es dort ohne weitere Promotion in die vorderen Ränge der Charts. In Deutschland war das Album Aaliyah 42 Wochen erfolgreich in den Charts platziert.

Die Dreharbeiten zum Film Königin der Verdammten konnten vor Aaliyahs Tod beendet werden, jedoch mussten einige Tonaufnahmen von ihrem Bruder Rashad nachsynchronisiert werden. Premiere feierte der Film aber erst 2002. Er erreichte auf Anhieb Platz 1 der US-Kinocharts und kam bis auf Platz 4 in Deutschland.

Ihre Rolle als Zee in den Matrix-Fortsetzungen wurde mit Nona Gaye umbesetzt, da zum damaligen Zeitpunkt nur wenige Szenen mit Aaliyah fertiggestellt waren. Das Rohmaterial ist auf einer Special Edition der Matrix-DVDs zu sehen.

Das erste Greatest Hits-Album I Care 4 U wurde im Winter 2002 veröffentlicht, es enthielt ihre bekanntesten Songs sowie einige unveröffentlichte Tracks. Dazu kam eine DVD mit ihren Musikvideos und Behind-The-Scene-Interviews auf den Markt. Das Album, sowie die Vorab-Single Miss You wurden Bestseller. Im dazugehörigen Video zollten prominente Freunde (u. a. Missy Elliott, Lil’ Kim und DMX) Tribut an die verstorbene Sängerin. Es folgte die nur in Europa veröffentlichte Maxi-CD Don't Know What To Tell Ya. In den USA entschied man sich hingegen für Come Over.

Aaliyah wurde auch nach ihrem Tod für zahlreiche Awards nominiert und ausgezeichnet, unter anderem für den Grammy und den American Music Award. In Deutschland wurde sie für ihr letztes Album Aaliyah für den Echo nominiert.

2005 wurden in Großbritannien und Japan weitere Best-of-Alben von Aaliyah veröffentlicht: Ultimate Aaliyah (UK) und Rare Tracks And Visuals (JP), jedoch wurden diese kaum beworben.

Sonstiges

  • Aaliyah war während ihrer Karriere auf vielen Alben anderer Künstler und weiteren Film-Soundtracks zu hören.
  • Sie bekam für ihre Single Try Again und ihr letztes Album Aaliyah Gold in Deutschland.
  • In den vergangenen Jahren wurden zahlreiche ihrer bislang unbekannten Songs ins Internet gestellt.
  • Aaliyah war für die Hauptrolle im Remake des Films Sparkle vorgesehen. Nach ihrem Tod wurde der für 2002 geplante Produktionsbeginn für mehrere Jahre ausgesetzt; der Film erschien schließlich 2012 mit Jordin Sparks in der Hauptrolle. Eine weitere Hauptrolle sollte Aaliyah im Kinofilm Honey spielen.
  • Aaliyah war die erste Sängerin, die einen posthumen Nummer-1-Hit in Großbritannien hatte.
  • Ihr Hit Try Again war der erste Song in der Geschichte der US-Charts, der nur basierend auf Radio-Airplay Platz 1 erreichte.
  • Aaliyahs Grab ist auf dem Ferncliff Cemetery in Hartsdale (Ortsteil von Greenburgh), New York.
  • Im Video zu Miss You verabschieden sich u. a. DMX, Missy Elliott, Toni Braxton, Queen Latifah, Jamie Foxx und ihre Familie.

Diskografie

Studioalben

JahrTitel
Musiklabel
Höchstplatzierung, Gesamtwochen, AuszeichnungChartplatzierungenChartplatzierungenTemplate:Charttabelle/Wartung/ohne Quellen
(Jahr, Titel, Musiklabel, Plat­zie­rungen, Wo­chen, Aus­zeich­nungen, Anmer­kungen)
Anmerkungen
 DE AT CH UK US R&B
1994Age Ain’t Nothin’ but a Number
Blackground Records • Jive Records
UK23
Gold
Gold

(13 Wo.)UK
US18
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(37 Wo.)US
R&B3
(41 Wo.)R&B
Erstveröffentlichung: 24. Mai 1994
Verkäufe: + 6.000.000[8][9]
1996One in a Million
Atlantic Records • Blackground Records
UK33
Gold
Gold

(3 Wo.)UK
US10
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigUS
R&B2
(71 Wo.)R&B
Erstveröffentlichung: 5. August 1996
Verkäufe: + 8.000.000[10]
2001Aaliyah
Blackground Records
DE9
Gold
Gold

(41 Wo.)DE
AT21
(11 Wo.)AT
CH6
Gold
Gold

(33 Wo.)CH
UK5
Platin
Platin

(36 Wo.)UK
US1
Doppelplatin
×2
Doppelplatin

(… Wo.)Template:Charttabelle/Wartung/vorläufigUS
R&B2
(77 Wo.)R&B
Erstveröffentlichung: 13. Juli 2001
Verkäufe: + 13.000.000[11]

Filmografie

Filme

Cameoauftritte in Musikvideos

Auszeichnungen

  • American Music Awards
    • 2001: in der Kategorie „Favourite Female R&B Artist“
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Favorite Soul/R&B Female Artist“
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Favorite R&B/Soul Album“ (Aaliyah)
    • 2003: in der Kategorie „Favorite Female R&B Artist“
  • Billboard Music Awards
    • 1996: in der Kategorie „Top R&B Single of the Year, Female“ (One in a Million)
    • 1998: in der Kategorie „Top Hip-Hop/R&B Single Airplay Single of the Year“ (Are You That Somebody?)
    • 2000: in der Kategorie „Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of The Year, Female“
    • 2003: in der Kategorie „Top Hip-Hop/R&B Artist of The Year“
    • 2003: in der Kategorie „Top Hip-Hop/R&B Album of The Year, Female“ (I Care 4 U)
    • 2003: in der Kategorie „Top Hip-Hop/R&B Single of The Year, Female“ (Miss You)
  • Icon Israeli Musical Artist Award
    • 2004: in der Kategorie „Best Selling International Female Artist of the Year“
  • MOBO Awards
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best Video“ (More Than a Woman)
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best Dance Video“ (More Than a Woman)
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best International Act“
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best Video“ (Rock the Boat)
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best Video Female R&B Vocals“ (We Need a Resolution)
  • MTV Movie Awards
    • 1999: in der Kategorie „Best Movie Song“ (Are You That Somebody?)
  • MTV Video Music Awards
    • 2000: in der Kategorie „Best Female Video“ (Try Again)
    • 2000: in der Kategorie „Best Video From Film“ (Try Again)
  • New Musical Express
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Record of The Year“ (More Than a Woman)
  • Pakistan Music Awards
    • 2001: in der Kategorie „Best Song From a Female Artist“ (Try Again)
  • Rolling Stone
    • 2001: in der Kategorie „Best R&B Album“ (Aaliyah)
  • Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best R&B/Soul Single“ (Rock the Boat)
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „Best R&B/Soul or Rap Song of the Year“ (Rock the Boat)
  • World Music Awards
    • 2002: in der Kategorie „World’s Best Selling Female R&B Artist of the Year“

Weblinks

Commons: Aaliyah – Sammlung von Bildern

Einzelnachweise

  1. Aliyah. myvideo.de, archiviert vom Original am 6. August 2014; abgerufen am 29. Januar 2017.
  2. Gary Trust, Keith Caulfield, Rauly Ramirez: The Top 50 R&B / Hip-Hop Artists of the Past 25 Years. In: Billboard, 18. November 2010. Abgerufen im 29. Januar 2017. Vorlage:Cite news/temporär
  3. Aaliyah telegraph.co.uk, abgerufen am 11. März 2019 (englisch)
  4. vgl. The Real Reason R Kelly Married Aaliyah…, abgerufen am 14. Januar 2014
  5. „R. Kelly: Indecent Proposal“ (Memento vom 19. September 2008 im Internet Archive), abgerufen am 14. Januar 2014
  6. Aaliyah biopic to discuss underage marriage to R. Kelly (Memento vom 16. Januar 2014 im Internet Archive), abgerufen am 14. Januar 2014
  7. Flugzeugabsturz: Soulstar Aaliyah tot, Die Welt vom 27. August 2001
  8. Age Still Ain’t Nothing But A Number: Aaliyah’s Debut Turns 20. (Nicht mehr online verfügbar.) In: revolt.tv. Archiviert vom Original am 17. April 2015; abgerufen am 17. Mai 2021.
  9. What Millennials Should Know About… Aaliyah’s ‘Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number’ LP. In: vibe.com. 26. August 2014, abgerufen am 17. Mai 2021.
  10. Aaliyah Died 10 Years Ago Today: What Fans Say. In: hollywoodreporter.com. 25. August 2011, abgerufen am 17. Mai 2021.
  11. Drake unveils new Aaliyah duet ‘Enough Said’ – listen. In: nme.com. 6. August 2012, abgerufen am 17. Mai 2021.

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