Listen to the Beyonce & Aaliyah Mashup of Your Dreams

    Producer Amorphous remixed "All Night" and "One In A Million."

    2001 was a roller-coaster year for fans of R&B. Girl group Destiny’s Child (formerly known as Girl’s Tyme) were on top of the world, dominating the charts with hit singles like “Survivor” and “Bootylicious,” led none other than a 20-year-old Beyoncé Knowles.

    On August 25, 2001, tragedy struck the music world as Aaliyah died in a plane crash shortly after taking off from the Bahamas where she just finishing shooting her now-iconic music video for “Rock the Boat.”

    Needless to say, the Princess of R&B and the future Queen Bey never had a chance to collaborate on a record, but that hasn’t stopped Orlando-based producer Amorphous from imagining what they might sound like together.

    Days ago, the 19-year-old artist uploaded a mashup of Beyoncé’s “All Night” from 2016’s Lemonade and Aaliyah’s 1996 hit, “One In A Million.”

    Listen to the remix below:

    Before it had even been posted for a day, the remix had thousands of retweets. For the most part, the Twittersphere was quick to respond with praise for the holy combo.

    Of course, to be completely honest, there were a handful of folks who just were not here for the mashup at all:

    As we’ve all learned one way or another, there’s a “hive” for every artist on the internet, so one’s always got to be wary when making bold statement’s about somebody’ fave, yet alone making a mashup including a departed legend and a living one.

    Amorphous doesn’t appear to be letting the praise or shade for his remix mess with his head:

    On the 15 year anniversary of Aaliyah’s death, Beyoncé shared this snippet on her Instagram, of the young Child of Destiny interviewing Miss Haughton prior to the 2000 MTV VMAs.

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    So while we’ll never know exactly what the two icons would’ve cooked up together, thanks to Amorphous we can at least get a small taste.