After casting his net in Rihanna‘s creative pool, it seems Drake is on the search for what we’d call a classier catch.
For today, the MC has found himself under the heavy gaze of the industry following reports he is to debut a ‘duet’ with the late Aaliyah at the OVO Fest this Sunday.
A long time fan of the ‘Romeo Must Die’ actress, the vocalist’s alleged ambitions to release the new duet and produce her first posthumous album were unearthed by the folk over at Hip Hop DX.
A reliable source with inside knowledge of the situation told HipHopDX that the Young Money rapper, who has a tattoo of the songstress on his back, will sit at the helm for her new LP.
Details surrounding the album are scarce, but in March, producer Jeffrey “J. Dub” Walker said that an unreleased song titled “Steady Ground” will appear on the project. Aaliyah’s brother, Rashad Haughton, later said that no such album was in the works.
Yet to confirm the above report, the Young Money entertainer hinted at the idea during an interview with radio personality Tim Westwood back in March, as documented below: