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Album: Poison (feat. The Weeknd) - Single

Artist: Aaliyah

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2021
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2021 Blackground Records 2.0 / EMPIRE

Tracklist For Poison (feat. The Weeknd) - Single By Artist Aaliyah

Title Artist Time
Poison (feat. The Weeknd) Aaliyah 2:42 USD 1.29

Reviews For Poison (feat. The Weeknd) - Single By Artist Aaliyah

  • Legend

    By improtanz
    Posthumous albums are money traps and have nothing to do with the artist’s legacy and creative talents and choices. And the collaborators should know better as artists themselves. One day money won’t be enough when this planet falls down around us and we will all need to make decisions based on need, integrity, decency and kindness.
  • Solid Song

    By GetLifted
    As someone who loves R&B but not the rap that passes for it today, I really love this song. It’s been getting mixed reviews, but I think it’s solemn, modern and with great lyrics. It sounds like something Aaliyah would have released if she were still here. A gem in a sea of mediocrity.
  • Aaliyah, my Tuttah.

    By Daisy Mae Moses
    So good to hear you again… and with something fresh and new! We’ll NEVER let you go. This is a great collaboration! Can’t wait to get the album!
  • Cap

    By Jaden Knox
    All of you who are giving praise to this song are lying through your teeth! This song is trash, whoever produced needs to be fired. Her vocals are distorted and it was a lazy attempt by her corrupt uncle to make a buck. Let this lady Rest In Peace! Lastly, you all should be ashamed for even giving this song the light of day especially since we know the family was not involved and definitely didn’t approve this release. Shame on you all!

    I waiting years to hear ur voice again I’m so inspired
  • 5stars

    By Neph150 #1 Fan
    Great song
  • OMG!!!

    Hearing our Angel Aaliyah fills me. Period.
  • Love it!

    By TheRealRemi
    Another absolutely beautiful and timeless record! Hearing this makes it even harder to grasp the fact that she is gone, yet it sounds so modern that it’s as if she’s still here with us. One can only imagine what Aaliyah would have given us if she was here. S.I.P. our beautiful Princess ❤️😢
  • 4
    By RJW'
  • Fire the producers.

    By Freddy wap
    Wow. Talk about a lazy attempt to make a quick buck off of Aaliyah. Come on. We couldn’t afford a decent team to master the song and just released a demo? Get it together!

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