Aaliyah’s Brother Responds To New Music Talk: “There Is No Official Album”

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When a song featuring Drake and the late R&B songstress Aaliyah leaked online, there was chatter about an album to follow. Aaliyah’s brother, Rashad Haughton, has put the smack down on the rumors.  

“There is no official album being released and supported by the Haughton family,” said Haughton in a statement posted to Aaliyah’s official Facebook page.

His remarks came after more details about the posthumous project emerged. 

Drake’s producer, 40, was reportedly set to produce the majority of the album. And while Timbaland and Aaliyah fans balked at a new project without Timbo, the producer may now be a part of the set. 

“I’m hearing that Tim is getting involved,”  MissInfo.Tv reported. “So far I’m hearing he’s producing 2 songs.”

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The song, “Enough Said,” was reportedly leaked by Drake. But new reports point the finger at executives from her Blackground record label. According to MissInfo.Tv, “Enough Said” is the only song that features Drake for now.

Stay tuned as the story develops.  

 —Keith Murphy, CBS Local

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