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It's been 15 years since Aaliyah's been gone and you're not only her choreographer, but her friend and one of the last people to spend time with her. Do you feel that when you see some of todays artists who are mimicking her dance or Aaliyah's fashion style, dressing up like her for Halloween, getting tattoos of Aaliyah, do you have any particular feelings about that? Maybe people who didn't even know her or does it bring a certain [INAUDIBLE] for you. [BLANK_AUDIO] I mean, it's great that everybody appreciates what she did for a very short amount of time she was here, and it's. You know, amazing that her legacy is still so very much alive. It makes me happy. [BLANK_AUDIO]

Fatima Robinson on Aaliyah's Legacy: 'It's Amazing That Everyone Appreciates What She Did'

It's been nearly 15 years since the tragic and unexpected passing of Aaliyah. Fatima Robinson, the famed choregrapher who worked on the "Rock the Boat" video was a good friend to the singer and one of the last people to see her alive.  Robinson shared on ESSENCE Live that she is so grateful that Aaliyah's legacy has lived on, still resonating with fans who loved her music and inspires other artists.