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'''''One in a Million''''' is the second studio album by [[Aaliyah]]. Released in 1996, it was Aaliyah's comeback after making a break from [[R. Kelly]] and becoming involved with new collaborators [[Timbaland]] and [[Missy Elliott]]. The pair would join her for the remainder of her career. [[Aaliyah]] had an Intro for this Album, it was [[Trackz 4 da Beats (song)]]. Or know as [[Beatz 4 da Streets |Beatz 4 da Streets]], [[Beats 4 da Streets|<nowiki/>]][[The]] Popular Intros people thought. A Single was released for this Album called "[[If Your Girl Only Knew]]" it became popular over 1996. This is regarded as a groundbreaking R&B album and one of the best albums of the 90s
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'''''One in a Million''''' is the second studio album by [[Aaliyah]]. Released in 1996, it was Aaliyah's comeback after making a break from [[R. Kelly]] and becoming involved with new collaborators [[Timbaland]] and [[Missy Elliott]]. The pair would join her for the remainder of her career. [[Aaliyah]] had an Intro for this Album, it was [[Trackz 4 da Beats (song)]]. Or know as [[Beatz 4 da Streets |Beatz 4 da Streets]], [[Beats 4 da Streets|<nowiki/>]][[The]] Popular Intros people thought. A Single was released for this Album called "[[If Your Girl Only Knew]]" it became popular over 1996. This is regarded as a groundbreaking album and one of the most influential R&B albums of the all time
   
 
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Revision as of 17:20, October 19, 2020

One in a Million is the second studio album by Aaliyah. Released in 1996, it was Aaliyah's comeback after making a break from R. Kelly and becoming involved with new collaborators Timbaland and Missy Elliott. The pair would join her for the remainder of her career. Aaliyah had an Intro for this Album, it was Trackz 4 da Beats (song). Or know as Beatz 4 da Streets, The Popular Intros people thought. A Single was released for this Album called "If Your Girl Only Knew" it became popular over 1996. This is regarded as a groundbreaking album and one of the most influential R&B albums of the all time

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