Aaliyah's Family Not Supporting Drake's Collaboration With Singer
On Sunday, Drake debuted his new song "Enough Said" online and at the OVO Festival in Canada, but Aaliyah's family are not behind it. Her brother Rashad Haughton commented, "There is no official album being released and supported by the Haughton family."
However, the family is considering releasing an official posthumous album. Her official Facebook page included the post: "Do you want an AALIYAH album? If so, who should executive produce it or be featured on it? The Haughton Family would love to hear what her FANS have to say?"
Drake is a big fan of the star and even has her name tattooed on his back. He is reportedly expected to executive produce Aaliyah's upcoming posthumous album.
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