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With the 10-year anniversary of Aaliyah’s death here, the New York Daily News decided to compile a list of the top 5 music videos produced by the beautiful former R&B star.

Check them out and let us know if you agree with their list; and if there are any videos you would replace/add.

Rock The Boat (2001)

Aaliyah had just wrapped production on “Rock the Boat,” the third single from her eponymous album, when she left Marsh Harbor in the Bahamas bound for home in the U.S.

Moments after takeoff, the twin-engine Cessna — which was 700 lbs. over its weight maximum — crashed, killing the young singer, the plane’s pilot and seven of her entourage including her hairstylist, clothing stylist, security guard and two employees from Blackground Records.

We Need A Resolution (2001)

For the lead single from “Aaliyah,” her first album in five years, she wanted to make a statement — and she did in a nearly see-through outfit.

As she sits in a dark room and lays on a glass bed, Aaliyah sings about the a cheating lover as Timbaland raps “I’m tired of arguing, girl.”

Read more at NYDailyNews

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