Messy. Indeed, few other words can accurately relay the drama that has engulfed Aaliyah‘s first posthumous album.
From the outset, debate has raged on about the proposed set – reaching feverish degrees upon the release of Drake‘s collaboration with the late singer, ‘Enough Said’.
Today, however, sees the story take an ultra dramatic turn; for Aaliyah’s musical moulders Missy Elliot and Timbaland have confirmed that they will have no involvement in the project.
It’s an announcent which auto-invalidates claims by the label releasing the album – Blackground, which is owned by the fallen star’s uncle Barry Hankerson.
Full story after the jump…