Aaliyah New Album

March 6, 2012 by staff 

Aaliyah New Album, Here’s some potentially good news for Aaliyah fans: A new album of previously unreleased music from the late Detroit R&B singer is on the way, according to Jeffrey (J. Dub) Walker.

The producer, who cowrote the songs “I Refuse” and “What If” for Aaliyah’s 2001 self-titled album, tweeted Sunday: “Just got great news today; the smash unreleased song called ‘Steady Ground’ I produced on #Aaliyah is gonna be on her upcoming album:).”

But before you start celebrating, consider this: J.Dub’s tweet has since been deleted from his account, and there’s no official word about the release from Aaliyah’s label, Blackground Records.

Aaliyah died in an airplane crash on Aug. 22, 2001, at the age of 22.

Michael Jackson jams stolen
James Marks and James McCormick have been charged in Britain with hacking into Sony Music’s computers and stealing Michael Jackson’s unreleased music, the company and British police said Monday.

Sony Music, according to Billboard, confirmed that hackers have stolen more than 50,000 music files from the company, including Jackson’s entire back catalog and a large number of unreleased songs from the late King of Pop.

After Jackson died in 2009, his estate signed a seven-year deal with Sony worth up to $250 million to sell his unreleased recordings.

Britain’s Serious Organized Crime Agency said the two suspects were arrested last May and charged in September with computer misuse and copyright offenses. Marks and McCormick appeared at Leicester Crown Court in England on Friday and pleaded not guilty.

They were freed on bail and are due to stand trial in January.

Radiohead headed to Palace
Local fans of Radiohead got some fantastic news Monday morning: The British quintet, which hasn’t played in Michigan since August 1997, announced a June 11 show at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Tickets are $69.50 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday through Live Nation, Ticketmaster and the Palace. The show opener will be Caribou, the performance name of Canadian artist Dan Snaith.

‘Casablanca’ on big screen
To celebrate the 70th anniversary of “Casablanca,” Turner Classic Movies announced Monday that it will present the beloved wartime romance in more than 450 movie theaters nationwide on March 21.

Among the participating local venues are the Canton Cinema, Commerce Township Stadium 14 and the AMC Forum 30 in Sterling Heights. Tickets for the 7 p.m. showing are available at participating theater box offices and online at .

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