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.
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.
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