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The only thing that made more news than rumors of Drake executive producing a new Aaliyah album was talk of Timbaland and Missy Elliott feeling slighted by not being involved in said project. Well it turns out that the man born Timothy Mosley will be part of the late singer’s posthumous album and will we producing at least a couple of tracks, reports Miss Info.

Over the weekend, Aaliyah’s label Blackground, which was formed in 1993 and is headed by her uncle Barry Hankerson, released “Enough Said,” a Noah “40” Shebib produced track featuring Drizzy. According to Miss Info’s source, Shebib will be producing the majority of the album. Also, Timbaland and Missy have completed their joint album. However, the source did not confirm any involvement from Missy in the project, just yet. 

Do you think this new Aaliyah project will be a good look for her legacy? Let us know in the comments.


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