Aaliyah fans have something to look forward to in 2020. Eighteen years after her untimely death, her entire discography will be available on major streaming services. Aaliyah’s uncle, Barry Hankerson, revealed the news via Twitter, which will happen on her birthday, January 16, 2020. Aaliyah’s debut album, “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number”, is currently available for streaming. The albums “One In A Million” and “Aaliyah” aren’t available on any digital platforms. Hankerson reportedly owns the rights to Aaliyah’s last two albums, hence the reason they weren’t available digitally. Aaliyah’s debut album was produced by R. Kelly. Singer Kelly Rowland wants to play the late Donna Summer because the disco legend’s story deserves to be told. The former Destiny’s Child member is a fan of the singer and has long wanted to portray her on screen. In 2013, Rowland put herself forward to play Summer, who died of lung cancer in May 2012 at age 63, in director Spike Lee’s proposed film “Spinning Gold.” “Spinning Gold” is about Casablanca Records founder Neil Bogart, and the acts he discovered, which include Summer, The Village People, Kiss, Gladys Knight &The Pips and The Isley Brothers. The project was put on the back burner until it was revived with Bogart’s son, screenwriter Timothy Bogart taking on directorial duties instead of Oscar winner Spike Lee, and actor Jeremy Jordan portraying his father on screen. As for a Destiny’s Child reunion, Rowland admitted that the trio discusses everything but a reunion when they get together. The trio reunited for a medley performance at the Superbowl halftime show in 2013. Rowland added that if the trio enters the studio, she wants it to be a surprise for fans.