As one of the many masterminds to craft Aaliyah‘s trademark sound, there was little doubt Missy Elliott would be called to contribute on the star’s recently confirmed posthumous album.
Unfortunately, despite her contributions to the music they are undoubtedly profiting from, Elliott has revealed that the singer’s label Blackground Recordings did not invite her to work on the LP.
Claiming, that the ailing music group is yet to even tell her about the project.
Her comments below…
The above is a screen cap pulled from the Rapper’s Twitter page today, holding her aforementioned statement.
This, one day they released a statement to Billboard Biz denying reports ‘Take Care’ beau Drake was to executive produce the album, only to retract the statement and announce he was to oversee the project.
A project, many believe is being pushed to rescue the struggling label, who recently came under fire for their mishandling of vocal firework JoJo, one of the remaining acts signed to their thinning roster.