'Miss You' appears on the tragic star's forthcoming posthumous album...

The first single from the new Aaliyah album has been premiered on the Internet.

The ballad, the previously unreleased’Miss You’, is lifted from the first posthumous Aaliyah project, titled ‘I Care 4 U’ and due for release on December 10. AOL gave fans a sneak preview of the track from Monday morning (October 28) as part of their ‘First Listen’ series. The track will be streamed for a week to AOL subscribers in America..

Aaliyah‘s friend Missy Elliott


said recently the album will feature the late star’s musical peers finishing several songs the singer was working on before she died in a plane crash last August.

Portions of proceeds from ‘I Care 4 U’ will go to the Aaliyah Memorial Fund.


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