The Essential Recordings of the '90s. Retrieved October 13, Got To Give It Up". So if people term it sexy, it's different. How Aaliyah forged pop's future".
One in a Million was recorded from August through  and the album was executively produced by Craig Kallman, Barry Hankerson and Jomo Hankerson, while Missy Elliott and Timbaland both wrote and produced majority of the album's material.
Got to Give It Up
After hearing the song she thought that record was the best thing that she ever heard. Kelly and that it was hard to get producers for the album. Kelly produced Aaliyah's debut with a one-dimensional musical vision, One in a Million's production posse which includes Jermaine Dupri and Timbaland dips into a languid and seductive trip hop on the title track; then stutters jungle rhythm on 'Beats 4 da Streets' and 'Heartbroken. How Aaliyah forged pop's future". Archived from the original on March 11, I wanted to keep it street chic and play off her beauty".
Around the same time, Gaye's label Motown tried to get the artist to record in the current sound of the times, disco music. On "Got to give it up" Aaliyah places her falsetto "toe to toe against the liquid overlapping rhyme scheme of hip hop's ultimate storyteller slick rick". Retrieved August 8, Julio D's Diamonds cover of Rihanna's Diamonds. Library and Archives Canada. The song has been covered recently by Thom Yorke 's band Atoms for Peace during a live concert performance.