Yesterday, a new Aaliyah song "Enough Said" featuring Drake was released, which will be featured on her upcoming, highly anticipated posthumous album. There has been controversy surrounding the project ever since the news broke that Drake would be executive producing it, especially after Timbaland told Power 105's The Breakfast Club a few days ago that he and Missy Elliott should be involved in the production, and it would "not be right" if they were left out.
Well, Miss Info talked to a source close to the project, and uncovered that Timbaland now is producing two songs on the record, with Drake producer Noah "40" Shebib, who was behind the boards on "Enough Said," handling a good portion of the rest of the production. "Enough Said" was released yesterday by Aaliyah's own label Blackground Records, which is run by her uncle Barry Hankerson.
As for Drake, well, Miss Info's source says he's only featured on one song as of right now. No word as to whether or not Missy has gotten involved yet. Stay tuned for more details on this project leading up to its release.
[via Miss Info]