Fifteen years after Aaliyah died in a tragic plane crash, celebrities are paying tribute to the singer via social media.
Missy Elliot, who together with Timbaland collaborated with the singer on her "If Your Girl Only Knew" track, took to Instagram to remember her friend with a touching tribute.
"#Aaliyah 15 years later to me feels like just yesterday.. I can still hear your laughter," the rapper captioned a shot of her bowing her head in front of a mural of the singer.
"I can clearly see us dancing in the studio me u @timbaland @ginuwine Magoo the whole clique we miss u so much there's not a day u aren't thought of!" she went on. "I look around and see u are still inspiring new generations musically and style! Although there can never be another u it warms my heart to see kids who never got a chance to see your greatness love u now because of your undeniable Catalogue of classic hits u have shared with the World love u your Legacy will 4 ever Live & u will NEVER BE 4gotten I have nothing but Legends painted on my wall in my house & Aaliyah u are painted there more than once! U are LEGENDARY 4EVER!#Babygirl #Sleeppeacefully."
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Beyonce also turned to Instagram to remember the late "Are You That Somebody" singer with a throwback video of herself interviewing a then 18-year-old Aaliya on the red carpet of the 2000 MTV Movie Awards.
"What are you looking forward to seeing?" the "Formation" superstar asks.
"I want to see D'Angelo perform," says Aaliyah before Bey enthusiastically agrees, saying, "Girl, I'm with you, 'cause you know he fine."
Watch the clip (above) to see the sweet interaction between the songbirds in its entirety.