1994:Back & Forth ft.R.Kelly

-The music video for "Back & Forth" was directed by Millicent Shelton. "Back & Forth" was filmed in February 1994 as Aaliyah's first music video. It opens with a male entering a (school) gym, bouncing a basketball. When the song kicks in, there are cuts of people entering the gym and people playing basketball. Aaliyah enters wearing baggy clothing, a bandana and shades. She sings the song by the gym's entrance. In other parts of the clip she is seen dancing in the middle of the gymnasium with a crowd moving around her, sitting with R. Kelly in the bleachers and performing on a stage to her fans.

1994: At Your Best(You are love)

-The music video was directed by Millicent Shelton.

1994: Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

-Its music video was directed by Millicent Shelton and released in early 1995. Mainly shot in black-and-white, it features cameo appearances by the rapper Proof from the group D12 and Aaliyah's brother, Rashad Haughton.

1995:All Star:Freedom

1995:I Need You Tonight Ft:Aaliyah



1996: If Your Girl Only Knew

-In the video, Aaliyah, her brother, and clique appears at a party. She wears a dark leather outfit with her trademark sunglasses and bandana. Cameos include Missy Elliott, Timbaland, 702, Lil' Kim, Ginuwine, and her brother Rashad.

1996:One in a Million

-The music video for "One in a Million" was directed by Paul Hunter in May 1996. This was Hunter's debut as a music video director. An extended version of the video was used for the remix which features Ginuwine, Timbaland, and Missy Elliott in 1997. The video starts with Aaliyah lying on top of a black Ford Mustang with Missy Elliott and Timbaland sitting inside of it. Soon, several reporters and fans rush to the car. Then the scene switches to a dark room where Aaliyah is sitting as Ginuwine approaches her. In another scene she is watching him in an off white-colored room via security camera. The scene shifts to a completely white room where Aaliyah is dancing with another male and then to the scene where Ginuwine is looking at the security camera. In the latter scene, Aaliyah enters the room and reveals a tattoo of her name on Ginuwine's arm. Once again, the scene goes back to the dark room, but this time Aaliyah is standing up and performing in a white bodysuit. The video ends with Aaliyah riding in a motorcycle with eighteen year old DEALZ, son of Jackie Jackson.

1997: Got To Give It Up ft. Slick Rick

-The video was filmed in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York, it shows Aaliyah driving her car to where she sees a glass box, when an image of Marvin Gaye appeared in it, she goes into the box where, the song begins, taking a sample from "Billie Jean" by American pop singer Michael Jackson, which she appears with Marvin in the box. The video also features Aaliyah dancing on top of a Taxicab, with everyone crowding and dancing towards the cab. Slick Rick sings his rap verse, but does not appear in the video. Aaliyah's brother, Rashad, appears in the video.

1997:4 Page Letter

-The music video for "4 Page Letter" was directed by Daniel Pearl. The concept for it was created by Rashad Haughton. The video takes place in a forest and shows Aaliyah secretly watching a man dance and then later perform in a Native American village. The video moves to modern time where a group of people watch two men dance outside and then shifts back into the past where Aaliyah and the mysterious man dance in a large ring of fire.

1997: Hot Like Fire

-The video starts with a large number of people in an urban neighborhood on a very hot summer day. Aaliyah drives a red car with a fire engine. The setting quickly changes to night as Aaliyah gets out of the car to perform the chorus on a steamy stage with sparks in the background. During the second verse, Aaliyah is seen dancing with the crowd. Aaliyah returns to the stage with the dancers to perform the chorus again. Timbaland performs his ad libs and Missy Elliott performs her outro.

1997: The One I Gave My Heart To

-The music video for "The One I Gave My Heart To" was directed by Darren Grant. Throughout the video there are two main settings and another one at the end. In one setting, Aaliyah is inside a house with wooden floors and walls. In the house, there is a room with nothing but a mirror on the floor. With this mirror Aaliyah is able to see other scenes of the video. The second shows Aaliyah sitting on wooden bench in a forest setting. In the final scene, Aaliyah performs outside during a rain shower.

 1997:Up Jumps Da Boogie FT.Aaliyah

1997: Journey to The Past

-The music video begins in a modern-day American neighborhood on a seemingly warm day. Aaliyah is seen singing in the windows of a small grocery store and on the street where children are playing. Tying in to the theme of going back to the past, Aaliyah goes back and forth from the real modern-day world to the animated world of Russia in the 1920s, the time in which Anastasia is set. She is then seen in several of the movie's iconic scenes such as balancing on a log with Anastasia behind her, out in the snow where the "Journey to the Past" song is featured in the film, in the ballroom in the "Once Upon a December" sequence, ascending the lift in the Eiffel Tower (the "Paris Holds the Key (To Your Heart)" scene) and on stage in the Russian ballet scene. The music video ends with her sitting on the rooftop seemingly overlooking the final scene in which Dimitri and Anya kiss and finally on the clouds above St. Petersburg with the children.

1998: Are You That Somebody ft. Timbaland

-The music video for "Are You That Somebody?" was directed by Mark Gerard, with choreography by Fatima Robinson. It begins with Timbaland and a crew of men riding motorcycles to a cave where Aaliyah and other women are waiting. As Timbaland and the crew arrive, a hologram of a metal door seals the opening of the cave. The men notice that the seal is a hologram and drive through it. Inside the underground cave clips of Dr. Dolittle are projected on several walls in the background.As Aaliyah's first verse starts everyone begins to perform the choreography. There are scenes with just the women dancing, just the men dancing, both the women and men dancing, and Aaliyah performing alone. The video ends with Aaliyah and the dancers performing a flamenco dance.

2000:Try Again

-The music video was filmed at Hollywood Center Studios in early March 2000. It begins with Jet Li entering a hall of mirrors and Aaliyah stepping in, wearing a revealing low-cut bra and tight low-rise leather pants. Timbaland is also shown. The making of the video and the video itself was featured on the Romeo Must Die DVD. The video was directed by Wayne Isham, with Fatima Robinson creating the choreography. The "Hall of Mirrors" room was inspired by Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon.

2000:BacK in one Piece ft.DMX

-The video was filmed in Yonkers, New York. The video features Aaliyah and DMX in an urban setting. At the beginning the two pose for pictures against a brick wall, with Aaliyah mouthing DMX's opening intro. DMX appears at a convenience store fighting other men. Aaliyah appears in three scenes singing. In one she is laying on a bed with her dog, another walking down a sidewalk with a pit bull, and the other with her sitting beside DMX. In between cuts, the scene shifts to children sitting beside televisions with scenes from the rest of the music video and Romeo Must Die. At the end children and adults alike, stand in front of murals of Aaliyah and DMX.

2001:We Need A Resolution ft.Timbaland

-The music video for the song was directed by Paul Hunter.The video opens with Aaliyah sitting in a dark room in a black dress and also appearing on a TV screen performing the first verse. Leading up to the chorus she can be seen laying on a glass bed with headphones on.During the second verse and the next chorus Aaliyah is in a scene with a snake around her neck in a snake pit. As Timbaland's rap verse begins he can be seen in a dark room wearing shades. Aaliyah performs a dance routine with other dancers during Timbaland's verse. The video closes with Aaliyah in the dark bedroom scene again and Aaliyah with one of the male dancers.

2001:Rock The Boat

-The music video for the song was directed by Hype Williams. It features Aaliyah dancing on a beach in which she was inspired by the poem "Footprints", also dancing on a yacht, and on water in Marsh Harbour and swimming in the ocean. The dance routine was choreographed by Aaliyah's close friend Fatima Robinson.

2001:More Than A Woman

-The music video for "More Than a Woman" was directed by Dave Meyers and shot in Los Angeles in summer 2001, two weeks before the video shoot for "Rock the Boat". The video starts with Aaliyah riding a motorcycle down a highway when the camera zooms inside the exhaust pipe and shows Aaliyah dancing in a white Chanel catsuit with other female dancers. Between cuts she is riding the motorcycle and in another scene standing in front of a headlight with her back against the camera. Later in the video, Aaliyah is dancing with co-ed dancers, wearing leather pants, gloves, and boots, and a black tank-top. At the end, a silhouette of Aaliyah on her motorcycle is placed in front of sunset with the words "In Loving Memory of Aaliyah" above. The English Grammy-Award winning music producer Mark Ronson appears in the video as a DJ.

2002:Miss You

-The music video for the song was directed by Darren Grant and featured tributes by Aaliyah's friends and collaborators, including DMX, Missy Elliott, Toni Braxton, Tweet, Static Major and various others. The video shot in two locations Long Island City, New York, and Los Angeles, California. Tweet, Lil' Kim, Jaheim, and Lil' Jon were among those who came to the Long Island shoot. Jamie Foxx, DMX, Quincy Jones, and Ananda Lewis were some of the celebrities who appeared at the L.A. shoot.Between cuts clips from Aaliyah's early videos and her cameos in other artists' videos were used. Aaliyah merchandise (posters, jackets, and even a motorcycle) also appeared in the video.

2003:Don't Know What To Tell Ya

-The music video for "Don't Know What to Tell Ya" was directed by Marlon Boss and incorporates different scenes from most of Aaliyah's music videos. It received airplay on MTV Base and MTV Germany. There were two versions of the video one for the UK and one for Germany.

 Video Appearances

 1995:Notorious B.I.G. - One More Chance


 1996:Lil Kim - Crush On You

1997:Timbaland & Magoo - Luv 2 Luv Ya


1998:Nicole Wray - Make It Hot

Timbaland, Magoo & Missy - Here We Come

2000:Naughty by Nature-Holiday

2000:Timbaland & Magoo - We At It Again

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