Chris Brown is making headlines again, but this time it's not for his bratty, offstage antics. Breezy's new single 'They Don't Know' will feature previously unheard vocals from late singer Aaliyah, who tragically died in a 2001 plane crash at the age of 22.
Just a few days after what would have been her 34th birthday, an unreleased Aaliyah track has surfaced online. The song titled 'Quit Hatin' features the late songbird's smokey vocals over a contemporary productions.
So is there a posthumous Aaliyah project in the works? No one seems to know, not even Missy Elliott or Timbaland. The hit-making duo appeared on Power 105's The Breakfast Club Tuesday morning (Sept. 18) to set the record straight on their involvement with the supposed album.
Since the announcement that a posthumous Aaliyah album was in the works, the project has been mired in controversy. Recently, the late songbird’s label, Blackground Records, went on Twitter and posted the cover art of the album, which has everyone in a tizzy.
After Drake released his Aaliyah duet ‘Enough Said‘ over the Internet, many are still wondering if Timbaland would be involved in the anticipated posthumous album. Well, the answer is yes, Timbo will be working on the project.
Rumors have recently surfaced that Drake is set to executive produce Aaliyah‘s posthumous album and that he will premiere his new song featuring the late songbird at Sunday’s (Aug. 5) OVO Music Festival in Toronto. In a recent interview with Power 105′s The Breakfast Club…