Aaliyah dating ginuwine
"Differences" was also written speaking about his relationship with the late singer. DMX had already been a married man for some years, way before the early 2000s even rolled around.They also starred in the Romeo Must Die movie together, and they hung out on occasion, whenever their musical schedules would allow them some free time.
She contributed to the film's soundtrack, which spawned the single "Try Again".
Recorded over two months in New York in 1998, “100%” was the product of a fertile moment in R&B history, yielded from the same team of collaborators that produced Jodeci’s “Diary of a Mad Band” (1993), Aaliyah’s “One in a Million” (1996), and Playa’s “Cheers 2 U” (1998).
The collective, led by De Vante Swing of Jodeci, included Timbaland, Missy Elliott and her group Sista, Static Major (of Playa, who went on to co-write “Pony” and Aaliyah’s “Try Again”), Ginuwine, Magoo, Tweet and others.“Working with each other back then was truly amazing because we got to see each other’s talent grow on a daily basis,” says Ginuwine, calling Billboard during tour rehearsal for his new group TGT, with Tank and Tyrese.
Ginuwine has written songs about Aaliyah, though never vocally mentioning her name, magazine articles with interviews from people close to both Aaliyah and Ginuwine said that even after they ended their relationship, he still carried very strong feelings for her.
"Differences" was also written speaking about his relationship with the late singer. Aaliyah and Ginuwine dated for a year (1997 - 1998).