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Aaliyah : More Than a Woman

by Christopher John Farley

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0743451406, Mass Market Paperback)

Aaliyah Dana Haughton was that music business rarity: a teen idol who transformed herself into a critically acclaimed hip-hop soul artist, a singer who successfully made the transition to actress, and a beautiful woman who never let the trappings of celebrity go to her head. Following her impressive debut at age 14 with the album Age Ain't Nothin' but a Number, Aaliyah raised the bar with her hugely influential and bestselling follow-up, One in a Million. She then took her talents to Hollywood, starring in the action thriller Romeo Must Die and the highly anticipated horror film The Queen of the Damned. But soon after the release of her third album in the summer of 2001, Aaliyah's life was cut short in a tragic plane crash.

Here is the inspirational story of the star The Washington Post dubbed "Hip-Hop's Lady Di" -- a woman who, by the time of her death at age twenty-two, touched legions of fans around the world with her haunting voice and gentle spirit.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:21:17 -0400)

Examines the life and career of Aaliyah, a rising star in Hollywood and on the hip-hop scene who died at the age of twenty-two in a plane crash in 2001.

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