The definitive biography of Aaliyah—the talented Ri singer and artist whose tragic death at only twenty-two years old shocked the entertainment world and solidified her as an unforgettable music legend, featuring new in-depth research and exclusive interviews.
By twenty-two years old, Aaliyah had already accomplished a staggering amount: hit records, acclaimed acting roles, and fame that was just about to cross over into superstardom. Like her song, she was already tdquo;more than a woman dquo; but her shocking death in a plane crash prevented her from fully growing into one.
Now, two decades later, the full story of Aaliyahosquo;s life and cultural impact is finally and lovingly explored. Baby Girl features never-before-told stories, including studio anecdotes, personal tales, and eyewitness accounts on the events leading up to her untimely passing. Her enduring influence on todayosquo;s artists—such as Rihanna, Drake, Lana del Rey, and many more—is also revealed, providing Aaliyahesquo;s discography a cultural critique that is long overdue.
Eye-opening, moving, and as unforgettable as its subject, Baby Girl is a necessary read for anyone who has been touched by Aaliyahesquo;s music and story.
This book was written without the participation of Aaliyahfsquo;s family/estate.