Blackground Records Speak About Aaliyah Album Rumors
Barry Hankerson, the uncle of late Aaliyah, has finally released statment regarding Aaliyah posthousmous album. Fans have taken an issue Drake sole producing an Aaliyah album.
“We didn’t want to make it a nostalgic project; we already did that with the I Care 4 U album,” explains Hankerson. “The idea was to release new music for her diehard fans, and also reintroduce her music to a new generation that doesn’t really understand how much influence she has in the music that they’re listening to today.”
The Hankersons will co-executive produce along with Drake and Noah “40” Sheib. Producers Timbaland and Missy Elliott’s presence will also be felt on the album. It’s not clear, though, if their contributions will be new material, or already-produced songs from the past. “Timbaland will be involved with this project. One of the records that we had that was never released was a Missy record that we obviously are going to be refreshing,” Jomo tells Billboard. “A lot of that is still up in the air, but I can tell you that Timbaland will definitely be involved, Missy will definitely be involved.” Both producers have not yet publicly commented.”
The album is still in the early stages, but I glad to hear that Timbo and Missy will be involved with the production of this project. I would love to hear new Aaliyah muzik, but it has to be done right. I would hate for anything to be released that tarnishes her amazing catalog.
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