The estate of the late singer has said that they have entered discussions to make her music catalogue available on streaming platforms "in the near future".
Aaliyah died in an airplane crash on August 25, 2001, aged 22. She was travelling from the Bahamas after shooting the music video for her song Rock The Boat.
Since her death, her music has been largely absent from all streaming services over the last decade.
However, a post on social media by the 'Estate of Aaliyah Haughton' said that discussions have commenced with record labels and they hope to bring her music to streaming services "in the near future".
Aaliyah signed with Jive Records when she was 12-years-old. Her first album, Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number, debuted when she was just 14.
She went on to record two more albums, finding her greatest success with her final self-titled LP in July 2001.
Her single Try Again featured on the soundtrack to the 2000 thriller Romeo Must Die and was her first and only US number one.
A handful of early EPs and her debut album Age Ain’t Nothin’ But A Number are currently available on Spotify.
A 2005 greatest hits compilation appeared on Apple Music and iTunes in early 2017, but has since been removed.