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Aaliyah Ann Robinson was born on April 4th, 1982, in Brooklyn, New York. She was the daughter of Monica Arrington and Elroy Robinson. Her father was a truck driver and her mother worked as a dental assistant.
She began singing at an early age and took lessons from her mother who was a church choir singer. At the age of four, she appeared with her family group, The Robinson Family, on The Muppet Show. Later, she went on to join R&B group SWV. In 1996, at the age of 19, she died in a plane crash near Trinidad and Tobago while on her way to shoot a movie. She has since become one of the best-selling music artists in history with over 16 million albums sold worldwide.
Before becoming a musician, Aaliyah attended Theodore Roosevelt High School in Brooklyn. There she became involved in sports including basketball and track and field. She also participated in musical groups including S.W.V. and 8th Day Adventists.
Arabic and English are both Semitic languages, which means that they share a common origin. They also share many similarities in spelling and grammar, so it is no surprise that Aaliyah would become popular among musicians of African American descent. The name Aaliyah means "princess" or "goddess" in Arabic.
The name first came to public attention when 16-year-old American singer Aaliyah covered the song "At Your Best (You're at Your Worst)" by The Black Keys. The cover version was released as a single and became a hit in the United States. In April 2001, just months after its release, Aaliyah died in a plane crash near Buffalo, New York. She was 22 years old.
Since her death, many other songs have been covered by various artists including Sam Smith who had his own version of "At Your Best (You're at Your Worst)" reach number one in 2015.
Doogz a Dog Food brand that began in Pennsylvania in 1945 has its name come from the family that owned the company - Doenges. The family name comes from the first name of their founder Donald G.
Lagos, Nigeria, June 9, 1996 Kudirat Abiola/Assassination Dates: May 17, 1983 - President Abraham Anwarulkemi Balewa of Nigeria and Prime Minister Ibrahim Babangida both died in military coups d'état that were planned by General Sani Abacha. The death of Balewa was reported by the army officer who took over as president after his coup d'état. The death of Babangida was confirmed by his medical team after a prolonged illness.
Kudirat Abiola was married to an affluent farmer who had political ambitions of his own. When presidential elections were held in 1979, they voted for a candidate called Adebayo "Ebube" Ekwueme who got 47 percent of the vote. The election was won by Chief MKANNA ANWUA AYEWA who got 52 percent of the vote. A third candidate, Balewa, got only 1 percent. In order to keep power, Ayewa appointed Ekwueme as foreign minister but when he failed to show up for work, Ayewa fired him.
Ayewa then made plans to have Balewa killed.
1996 Meghalt Adeyemi Afolayan, a famous Turkish singer.
He was only 36. The cause of death was reported to be a heart attack.
Adeyemi was born on January 4th, 1959 in Ankara, Turkey. His father was a doctor and his mother was a housewife. He had two sisters. When he was young, his family moved to Istanbul where he grew up. He began singing at an early age and took lessons from a professional opera singer. In 1984, he released his first album which became a success in Turkey. Later that year, he went to Germany because he wanted to improve his skills and meet new people. There he recorded his second album which also did well. In 1986, he returned to Turkey and started working on his third album. While recording it in Berlin, he suffered a heart attack and died at the age of 27.
After Adeyemi's death, his family moved to Paris where they live today. They don't want any big ceremony for him because he didn't believe in God. But he still has many fans who love him even though he's dead.