Aaliyah‘s catalogues have been quite difficult to find on streaming services such as iTunes, Spotify and even Apple Music and the reason behind this is said to involve Aaliyah’s former music label Blackground Records. The company apparently sold hundreds of hit songs that were under the label (including most of Aaliyah’s music) to Reservoir Media Management. After acquiring her music in 2012, Reservoir Media Management decided not to release her tracks to any of the popular streaming services. In 2013, a company called Craze Digital put some of the R&B princess’ music for sale illegally on iTunes and after some legal back-and-forth, the company eventually took the songs down. Well today Aaliyah’s posthumous 2005 compilation, Ultimate Aaliyah is now on sale on iTunes and available for streaming on Apple Music thanks to Craze Productions but this is said to be temporary.