Shortly after, super producer and close friend of the fallen starlet Timbaland expressed his dislike for any new Aaliyah album productio... that didn’t include himself or fellow rapper/producer Missy Elliot, who was also a close friend of Aaliyah.
Well, Aaliyah’s family says regardless of who is rumored to be producing or releasing new Aaliyah album material, it’s not happening.
Aaliyah’s brother, Rashad Haughton has announced that he and his family will not be supporting any posthumous album in works of the late singer.
Rashad took to Aaliyah’s official Facebook page to confirm that their family will not be endorsing the reported album by Drake or any other producer working on a record featuring vocals from the deceased singer.
“There is no official album being released and supported by the Haughton family,” Rashad wrote.
Earlier in the year, Rashad denied any plans for a posthumous album being released after Drake hinted in an interview that he is working on something special in the name of the ‘More Than A Woman’ singer. Timbaland revealed this week that he will be working on a couple of tracks that will appear on the album.
Sounds like there are some missing pieces to this puzzle. If Aaliyah’s family is not in support of an album, then why are the people in the music industry who were closest to her continuing to claim otherwise?
Something isn’t adding up…