Featuring unreleased vocals from Baby Girl, Chris Brown keeps her memory and others lost alive in his block party in L.A.. His forthcoming album X coming July 16.
Backstage at his OVO Fest last weekend, Drake spoke to Much Music on his performance, Aaliyah’s single “Enough Said” and her posthumous album helmed mostly by himself and “40”. Drake also says it will feature at least 13-14 tracks and will include those who have worked with the late songstress. Miss Info has clarification on whether the project is supported by her family.
Enough can’t be said about Drake’s love for Aaliyah. In fact, rumor has it that he will be overseeing her posthumous album. But until we get confirmation, here’s a new track produced by 40. ovo
“Just make sure the plane you on is bigger than your carry-on baggage.” And we’re back. Aaliyah was born today. Irreplaceable. R.I.P. Princess.
Aubrey has shown his love for Aaliyah on numerous occasions, but he recently took it a step further by adding Baby Girl’s portrait to his back. That’s him on the far right. Last August, Drake guest blogged for us and penned a letter to the late R&B songstress in honor of her 31st birthday. heads up:
Out on bail fresh out of jail, X joined 106 & Park yesterday via satellite in honor of Aaliyah’s 10 year death anniversary. X also brought along his daughter who also is named after the songstress. After the jump, footage courtesy of FreezeTV of X at a recent shoot for an unknown video.
Today marks the 10 year anniversary of Aaliyah’s tragic death. And like always
Timbaland keeps Aaliyah Haughton’s memory alive for the latest edition of Timbaland Thursday. RIP Baby Girl.