Beyoncé and Aaliyah vocals? That's what you call a match made in Heaven.
According to Highsnobiety, a 19-year-old Orlando producer, Amorphous, uploaded a mashup of Beyoncé's Lemonade hit "All Night" and Aaliyah's One In A Million "One In A Million." The track uses the "One In A Million" beat, while Beyoncé starts off the track. Aaliyah's vocals follow through for the chorus. The mashup displays the best parts and meanings of each song.
The young producer shared his mashup through a tweet. He simply captioned it, "Remixed Beyoncé's 'All Night' with Aaliyah's 'One In A Million'. Two friends who I really wish had the chance to work together." Let's be honest, we were all hopeful for this collaboration back in the 90s.
Aaliyah's self-titled album was her last studio album she worked on before her untimely death. The superstar died in a plane crash in 2001. According to ABC News, the pilot didn't want to fly the plane because of how overloaded the plane. ABC reported, "The pilot argued the plane was dangerously overloaded, but eventually gave in and took off, fellow pilot Lewis Key told the tabloid. But Key added that the pilot also had trouble getting one of his engines started - another suggestion that engine failure may have led to the tragedy." Aaliyah was in the Bahamas working on her music video for "Rock The Boat" prior to the incident.
Last year, Queen Bey paid tribute to the late Aaliyah by posting a video to her Instagram of them together at the 2000 MTV Movie Awards. Beyoncé asked Aaliyah who she was looking forward to seeing and she replied, "D'Angelo, 'cause you know he's fine."
The remix has been shared, tweeted, and talked about relentlessly since it's release two days ago. So let's all keep this song on repeat forever. It is the perfect blend of these two powerful female artists.