the song, titled “Enough Said” is a hint for whats to come with Drake co-producing a posthumous aaliyah album.
Drake will co-produce Aaliyah’s posthumous album and Timbaland and Missy Elliott will be involved in the project, the R&B singer’s label, Blackground Records, confirms to Billboard. Drake and his close collaborator, Noah “40” Shebib, will co-produce the LP using 16 unreleased tracks and “fragments” as source material. Blackground, run by Aaliyah’s cousin Jomo Hankerson and his father Barry, hopes to release the album by the end of the year.
“We really felt like it was time. There’s a real new generation that doesn’t know her necessarily, and we wanted to continue her musical legacy with this new generation. That’s one of the reasons why we wanted to do very contemporary music,” said Hankerson. “We didn’t want to make it a nostalgic project; we already did that with the ‘I Care 4 U’ album. 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.”