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Music: Aaliyah - Never No More



So with the announcement by Neeze about those Aaliyah demos being found, I figured this would be a great time to refresh everyone's memories on some of the songs.

Today we have "Never No More" which was produced by Bud'da. This is one of the most powerful Static-penned songs EVER and really showcases Aaliyah's vocals. And that bridge with Aaliyah and Static going off? Crazy!

One can only imagine how Static sounded on the track by himself. Like I told Neeze earlier, if his falsetto is anything like it was in "Questions" then we're all in for a real treat.

What are your thoughts on this song? Remember, Neeze mentioned he MIGHT share some of these demos with us if we all participate. :)

Comments

  1. my fav song EVER...static and aaliyah had the best chemistry!

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  2. EEEEEEEEEEEE this is my shit along wit READ BETWEEN THE LINES, If NEEZE got the DEmo of STEVE singin a nursey rhyme Im boppin it, HICKORY DICKORY DOCK , 2 playas ran up the CLOCK, ya feel me . Most definetly a TRU ALL AROUND PLATINUM ARTISTS, AND MADE PLATINUM ARTISTS AS WELL...........4life

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  3. yeeeeeeeeeeah this is my ish!!!

    Ghettofab

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  4. I love the song and I've always felt this was above and beyond anything we've ever heard from Aaliyah. She was really going in a different direction and it suited her well. Very dark and aggressive song! Can't wait to hear Static's version.

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  5. Static Quote "she took my music and put her Aaliyah to It" from my interview i did with him.

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  6. reall y like this song, thanks for posting it.

    Bravery

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  7. oh wow!!! wasnt expecting this..my fav!!!!!! this song i can jus feel, eventho not relating but i feel it

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  8. Statics demo is crazy. I was there when he wrote the record. Its kind of bitter sweet hearing it. The story behind the record is real. Happened to a very close friend of ours. Can't really get into it but its really powerful. Real shit zzz

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  9. OMG MY FAVE SONG! THANKS FOR THE INFO TOO NEEZE, MAKES IT EXTRA SPECIAL! CAN'T WAIT TO HEAR THE AALIYAH STUFF, HOPEFULLY CEO AND EXTRA SMOOTH WILL GET POSTED TOO SO THE AALIYAH FANS FINALLY GET SOME STUFF TOO :)

    STATIC N LIYAH...........FOREVER! 1 LUV

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  10. The demo should be very interesting. What I'd really love to hear is the demo for read between the lines and CEO though. And @Neeze, thanks for the background info :)

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  11. the whole Aaliyah album is amazing, I think it's still my favourite album off all times since I heard it first time in 2001. I can't wait till i heard Static version, and I hope I will be able to create a duo with an Aaliyah :D

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  12. MAN DO YALL HEAR STATIC ALL UP IN THAT BRIDGE?! i used to BEAT this in the whip!! 'or i'll....walk awaaaayyyy...THAT is one game, I refuse to pllaaayyy" then 2:54-2:58 is ALL Static!! smh...best to put pen to paper. Str8 up n down.

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  13. "loose rap" demo is gonna be fire

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  14. Great song. Great album. The work they did together on that album is brilliant. I swear they were like Stevie and Syreeta.

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  15. Ever since AYTS, I've loved the harmonies their voices created.

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