Days after word hit the 'Net that Drake reportedly will executive-produce a posthumous Aaliyah album, producer Noah "40" Shebib posted a song by the late singer, featuring Drizzy. Listen to the song here.
The artwork of "Enough Said," as MissInfo.tv pointed out, has the logos of Drake's October Very Own entity and Blackground Records, whose first signee was Aaliyah and who reportedly still represent her past and posthumous work. On Aug. 1, a source told HipHopDX that Drake will be at the helm of an upcoming posthumous project, while Timbaland, longtime collaborator of Aaliyah and also under Blackground Records, doesn't know "what's going on."
"I know they trying to drop some Aaliyah records, but if [Drake] do it, it should be with me and him, and Missy [Elliott]," he told Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club. "I don't know what's going on. The proper way to do that would be for me, him and Missy to be all on the record. For it to be on his record, that would not be right." There's no denying that Aaliyah's smooth vocals sound poetic laid over 40's dark soundscapes. The question is: If there is a posthumous album under way, will it sound the same and also be fair to loyal Aaliyah fans if Timbaland and Missy aren't involved?