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Still missing Aaliyah 9 years later…

Still missing Aaliyah 9 years later…

Can you believe it’s been 9 years since we lost Aaliyah and I’m still sad!

I still remember what I was doing when I heard about her death, not one to easily cry I balled my eyes out when I heard she died…

While there is a lot of new talent, no one has been able to take her place and I do mean NO ONE!

I loved Aaliyah and it still saddends me that she is gone, she was on the verge of becoming something much greater…

But God had a bigger plan, remember one thing everyone live life to its fullest!

Tommorow isn’t promised..

Here is one of my favorite Aaliyah songs…

What is yours?

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Raijean Stroud

Fashion, beauty & lifestyle blogger based in Chicago and founder of Swa-Rai.com, Swa-Rai Media Group and Bleeding Heart Project. Launched in 2010, Swa-Rai discusses a range of topics including: fashion, beauty and lifestyle experiences which includes travel, tech, family, dining and so much more! When not in Chicago, Raijean can be found traveling around the country covering some of the hottest events! She can be spotted in places such as New York for covering events such as Mercedes Benz New York Fashion Week, Las Vegas for CES (Consumer Electronics Show), LA for Lucky FABB and more! When she's not traveling she's in Chicago, interviewing celebrities and covering exclusive events.

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  • i cant describe how i felt when my girl aaliyah died people in the house didnt even know how to break the news to me because they all know how much i love her and her music,eventually i was told i just went to my room to lie on my bed,even now i cant describe how i feel 9 years after,i miss her soooo much.rest in peace my sister

  • I have a soundtrack to my life and Aaliyah’s music is throughout it. Her album “Age Ain’t Nothin’ But A Number” takes me to my senior year of high school. “One And A Million” takes me to my undergrad days at Chicago State. I remember feeling so hurt and empty when I learned about her death. I was obsessed with the news and wanted to know every detail. I finally understood what my Mom was going through when I watched her cry about Marvin Gaye’s death. She was angel and she will forever be missed.

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