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Thursday marks ten years since we were struck with the devastating news that one of music's most talented artists, Aaliyah, had died in a small plane crash in The Bahamas.Keyshia Cole, Monica, SWV, Ciara & More Female Singers Talk Aaliyah's Influence To those who were dear and close to 22 yr.
She was always gone for like four months at a time, then come back and be gone for another month.
She had to rehearse and I was doing my own thing, so it was really hard for us to get long stretches of time together.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of Aaliyah's tragic and unfortunate death.
The singer died in a small plane crash in the Bahamas on August 25, 2001. Damon Dash, who was Aaliyah's boyfriend at the time of her death, remembers her and how unbelievably heartbreaking it was for him when she passed away.
I'm the kind of guy who says things sometimes just to make myself laugh, but she would just catch me making jokes for me. She was such a beautiful person inside and out and we admired her tremendous talent.
Our time together meant so much that when we got more time, we felt like that [engagement] would be next. Even with the pain I felt, I would do it all over again." We can't believe it's been 10 years since her death.
One of those close was her boyfriend, music mogul, Damon Dash. Nothing prepares you for that," Dash tells Billboard.com's The Juice.Dame and Aaliyah's relationship grew from a friendship that had sprung when they met through his accountant close to 2000.Soon thereafter the couple was inseparable, smooching in snapshopts and roaming from movie premieres, softball games to the Hamptons.Photos: Aaliyah and Her Famous Friends "She was intelligent and she caught me," Dash tells The Juice."I'm the kind of guy who says things sometimes just to make myself laugh, but she would just catch me making jokes for me. She had a very quick mind and a very kind heart." During most of their relationship, Dame and Aaliyah were working on individual projects.Quickly after wrapping up her first film "Romeo Must Die," which she also executive produced the soundtrack to, Aaliyah began working on her second film, "Queen of the Damned." "She was always working and shooting movies.