‘Aaliyah: Princess Of R&B’ will hit the screen on Nov. 15 on Lifetime.
The TV network’s PR Twitter confirmed Sunday night that Zendaya Coleman will not portray the late R&B singer as previously confirmed.
It seems as if the new Aaliyah biopic, set to air on Lifetime, will have to find someone to play R. Kelly.
An upcoming Aaliyah biopic has found its leading lady.
In addition to shots in Compton, the video also features stage sets of Brown dancing while a projection of Aaliyah joins him on screens in the background.
Chris Brown is showing fans what they “don’t know” in behind the scenes clip for his latest music video, which features vocals from the late Aaliyah. “They Don’t Know” took Brown to a Compton, CA […]
Despite making headlines for bar brawls and media beefs, Chris Brown and Drake can agree on one thing: their love for Aaliyah. Brown announced Tuesday (May 13) that, just as Drake did last year, he […]
Fans anticipating the much talked about Aaliyah biopic will have to wait. The late R&B princess’ uncle and Blackground Records CEO Barry Hankerson said the movie is now on the back burner but the music is still on the move.
DMX has a bone to pick with Drake. The two-fisted Yonkers rapper, who is not one to mince words, blasted the crooning YMCMB rhymer for his involvement in an upcoming Aaliyah album.
When Drake released the song “Enough Said,” in which he collaborated with the late singer, Aaliyah, the Canadian rapper took on a lot of heat. Ne-Yo recently took the side of Drake in the ongoing debate over posthumous releases.