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The alleged tracklist features 17 new songs including 'No Sl333p' featuring J. Cole as well as 'Burnitup!' with Missy Elliott and 'Unbreakable' which Jackson debuted live at her tour kick-off.
The singer also performs other songs from her upcoming album including 'No Sleeep' and 'Unbreakable' in addition to her older hits like 'When I Think of You' and 'Rhythm Nation'.
Aaliyah receives a number of heartfelt notes from her celeb pals on the 14th anniversary of her death including the one from Jackson which reads, 'I know u r there shining down on me.'
The singer seems to confirm that the album is titled 'Unbreakable' when she shares on Instagram the lyrics of 'Great Forever' and a link to a preview of the song.
Ryan Seacrest will return to host the annual event which will also be supported by Demi Lovato, Lil Wayne, Coldplay, The Weeknd, and The Who.
The 'No Sleeep' singer reportedly won't resume the production of the highly-anticipated tour and will stay by her father's side until he's more stable.
The singer dances around her house and at one point meets up with Cole who adds some new bars to the sultry jam.
The second leg of the tour will open on January 12, 2016, in Portland, OR and finish in Fort Lauderdale, FL on March 9, 2016.
The singer lets viewers see how 'No Sleep' was created and how she recorded the song in the lyric video.
Tinashe, Jason Derulo and Ciara honored the singer with an amazing dance tribute before she took the stage to collect her award and deliver her acceptance speech.
Before receiving her prize at the ceremony on Sunday, June 28, the singer will be honored with a dance tribute from Chris Brown, Ciara, Jason Derulo and Tinashe.
The slow-tempo track is the first offering from the singer's first album in seven years, which is due out later this year.
The singer thanks her fans on the slow-tempo track, which will presumably appear on her upcoming comeback album.
The North American leg of the tour opens on August 31 in Vancouver, BC and finishes on November 12 in Honolulu, HI.
The singer's first studio album since 2008's 'Discipline' will come in partnership between her newly-launched label Rhythm Nation Records and BMG.