Aaron, Teddy Riley and Timmy Gatling found the group Guy in the 1980s. Gatling was eventually replaced by Aaron's brother, Damion Hall. One of Hall's most popular songs as a solo artist was his 1992 hit, "Don't Be Afraid." The track was featured on the soundtrack of Juice, the 1992 movie starring Tupac Shakur.
|What Happened To Aaron Hall?|
Aaron's not as young as he used to be. The following tweet shows his vocal cord's response when he attempted to show off his singing skills:
Aaron Hall: I'm bout to kill this Soul Train awards stage tonight— Ⓜ️🅱️ (@iAintOrdinary) November 28, 2016
His vocal cords: pic.twitter.com/7kRSmmkTg9
The tweet below presents the question that was on everyone's mind:
What the fuck happened to Aaron Hall?— T.B. (@PIMPSTUD) November 28, 2016
Soul Train Awards 2016
Viewers concluded that Aaron pulled an Allen Iverson: "Practice!?"
I am going to need Aaron Hall to show up on time and for all the practices. He needs to put down the Newports. — watching Soul Train— QR (@LadyQR) November 28, 2016
There were some positive tweets about the singer's appearance. Hall had ESPN sports journalist, Jemele Hill slow dancing in her living room.
Let us know how you felt about Hall's performance in the comment section below!
"I Miss You" is my favorite Aaron Hall song of all time!