When Drake released the song “Enough Said,” in which he collaborated with the late singer, Aaliyah, the Canadian rapper took on a lot of heat. Ne-Yo recently took the side of Drake in the ongoing debate over posthumous releases.
Although Timbaland and Missy Elliott reportedly signed on for the upcoming posthumous Aaliyah album executive co-produced by Drake, it is not so. The latest twist in the saga finds more wrinkles in the plan.
Drake and producer Noah “40” Shebib are officially on board for Aaliyah’s posthumous album as co-executive producers. After much back and forth, new details on the project have emerged.
Drake insists there will be another posthumous Aaliyah album later this year. Despite a statement from Aaliyah’s brother to the contrary, Drake said he has the blessings of the late R&B princess’ family.
When a song featuring Drake and the late R&B songstress Aaliyah leaked online, there was chatter about an album to follow. Aaliyah’s brother, Rashad Haughton, has put the smack down on the rumors.
A new Aaliyah song, “Enough Said,” has leaked and is causing a stir. But it’s not just because it’s the first new track from the late R&B princess since her posthumous 2002 release I Care 4 U. But some fans feel uneasy about the role Drake played in reviving the song.
This past week we celebrated the anniversary of Aaliyah death , so Juicy decided to sing a song…. Nuff said LOL! Take a listen
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[photogallerylink id=18215 align=left]It’s been 10 years since R&B’s beloved [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Aaliyah[/lastfm] tragically died in 2001. Even after 10 years [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Aaliyah[/lastfm]’s fans continue to celebrate her life through the singer’s music, movies, and beautiful smile. […]
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