Aaliyah – Age Ain’t Nothin’ But a Number (Whiiite & Jesse Slayter Remix)

Du Tonc – We Can Hold On (Original Mix)

Aaliyah – One in a Million (Vasta Remix)

Jerome Price – Motion (Original Mix)

Robot Koch x Delhia De France- Try Again (Aalyiah Cover)

PHZ-Sicks, “The Love Scene III” f. Scolla, Alison Carney | Aaliyah, flipped | new album “The Moment” drops December 3

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Woodbridge, VA rap artist PHZ-Sicks (pronounced ‘physics’) presents “The Love Scene II”, the new single from his forthcoming album The Moment. The third installment in a three-part series spread throughout three albums starting with 2009’s Less Than Zero to 2011’s The Laws of PHZ-Sicks, “The Love Scene III” features Triple S Crew/RLES member Scolla and DC electric soul singer Alison Carney. “The Love Scene III” comes on the heels of two singles from The Moment, “Black Women” (click to listen) and “Coming Down” (click to listen). PHZ was a 2011 DMV Best VA Male Rap Artist nominee and has opened for Wale, J. Cole and more. “I feel ‘The Love Scene III’ is the best of the series and Scolla and Alison took the song to another level,” says PHZ. “The craziness of the beat is a good idea of what is expected off of The Moment and this is version of The Love Scene III is just a sample. It gets even more amazing on the album.” The Moment drops December 3. Click here to watch a video documenting the making of The Moment.

Aaliyah – Are You That Somebody (Moduloktopus ReTwerk)

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Aaliyah is known and unconditionally loved all over the world. So it’s a soulful intention to gift you this Moduloktopus ReTwerk of the 1998 hit “Are You That Somebody?” to celebrate her timeless music and allow the ladies to sing it loud in the club.

Aaliyah – Are You That Somebody? (WorldCAT Remix)

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Dusky – Flo Jam (Mange Tout Rebattre)

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Skream – Kreepin’

Many producers have attempted to remix tracks of the late R&B princess Aaliyah and few have done so with the polished precision of Skream. The dubstep producer’s latest release “Kreepin’” is his take on Aaliyah’s notorious song “If Your Girl Only Knew,” giving listeners more ’90s R&B inspired house productions from the UK. Touching on the sounds of garage, Skream maintains the soul of the 1996 original while adding the 2-step rhythm of newcomers like Disclosure and Bondax have helped champion.