If the hyena who made ^this album in the 90s would ever think that his life in the 20s would end up the way it did?
i’m sure he thought he had more fuckery for his creative outlet to unfold.
when we are high on the horse of doing dumb shit,
we always think we will be the special snowflake to “make it”.
you know what’s wild?
i haven’t heard an r. kelly song in YEARS.
his music is blocked on my spotify and i forget he exists a lot of the time.
we will probably never see or hear r. kelly again in this lifetime…
i keep saying and fonting that i never thought i would see this day.
20 fuckin’ years too long.
i felt like i’d be 80 and they’d finally release aaliyah‘s music for the public.
imagine what is gonna be the streaming platform in the future?
we gonna be in the music.
^and those were matching mickey mouse hoodies.
he brought disney into his filth.
one thing i hate is r. kelly has hit foot in every-fuckin-thing.
all of my favorite r&b 90s songs were all touched by his dumb ass.
i have been doing a good job with banishing him tho.
thank God i couldn’t get into aaliyah’s first album.
i like to imagine that is a demo and her real first album was her second.
as the details about aaliyah and r. kelly’s relationship comes out in his trial,
i am placing blame on so many adults around her.
how did this even happen via his ex background dancer’s testimony…
i won’t lie to you,
when the red album by aaliyah first came out,
i thought it sounded really weird to me.
i’ll never forget going to tower records to listen to it…
i’ve been listening to aaliyah’s “one in a million” album since its release last week.
it made me listen to other 90s teen r&b around that era too.
if you’re on the ig foxhole,
you can tell i’m down the rabbit hole with my stories.
aaliyah’s 20th death anniversary was yesterday and i still cannot believe its been that long.
My mother died the same year.
9/11 was the same year too.
even through all those events,
i’m still here even when i thought i would have killed myself a long time ago.
with any death anniversary,
i went down the rabbit hole of aaliyah’s short life and death.
i saw this clip of dame dash,
from an et memorial special yesterday…
i’m not gonna lie to you foxhole,
but i didn’t believe aaliyah’s music would ever get to streaming.
they played my ass plenty of times before when it came to her.
between her estate and that uncle of hers,
after 20+ years,
i just didn’t believe it.
didn’t believe the #aaliyahiscoming and this interview with the uncle of hers:
when i woke up today,
hopped on twitter,
i saw they legit put her album,
“one in a million“,
on my spotify…