New music from the late Aaliyah is in the pipeline.
Aaliyah’s uncle Barry Hankerson, who’s also the overseer of her music catalog, tells Billboard that in addition releasing her music from her 1997 debut through her 2001 self-titled projects onto streaming platforms, Blackground Music is putting together a posthumous album.
This would be her second one since 2002’s compilation project, I Care 4 U, and will feature Drake, Future, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown and Snoop Dogg. Timbaland is also said to have joined as a producer.
Though fans are excited about the news of memorializing the 20th anniversary of her passing, the singer’s family estate says they weren’t notified nor involved in the decision to share her tracks. (Hot New Hip-Hop)