Aaliyah’s singing career was cut (way too) short when she died tragically in a plane crash in 2001 at only 22 years of age. Despite Aaliyah’s untimely death, her contributions have not been forgotten — even in the dance music world. Although touching her songs has proven to be a sensitive subject, Hucci Gurl delivers a remix that pays appropriate homage to the late, great Princess of R&B. Her trap remix is smooth, simple, and even dare I say it, classy. Trap detractors should try this one on for size.
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