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The rapper, who recently dissed Brown's collaborations with the late songstress, says that he just wants her family 'to be respected' since they're 'still grieving over her passing.'
The 'Twilight' actress' mother, Jules, wins a restraining order against neighbor who trespassed on her house, accused her of harboring wolves, and provoked the animals.
The world is in great crisis as a zombie epidemic hits hard in the viral video for the Brad Pitt starrer.
Breezy's follow-up to 'Fine China' will feature a never-before-heard sample from the late singer Aaliyah.
'Motherf***er, you didn't even know this woman; you were in middle school. Who the f*** gives you the f***ing right?' DMX slams Drizzy when asked his opinion about the Aaliyah album.
The artwork features an image from her last music video 'Rock the Boat' and the album is set to be released in 2013.
'We've seen the reports surfacing that they have been confirmed to participate but that is not the case,' so a rep claims, clarifying rumors of Missy and Timbo's involvement in the Drake-led album.
Drizzy receives criticism due to his 'Enough Said' rap lines which allegedly target the ex-boyfriend of his former fling Rihanna.
Drizzy is expected to perform the Noah '40' Shebib-produced song for the first time at his OVO Fest in Toronto on Sunday, August 5 night.
Commenting on report that Drizzy is producing Aaliyah's posthumous record, the 'Morning After Dark' hitmaker claims that he and Missy Elliott should also be working on the project.
Producer Jeffrey 'J. Dub' Walker tweets, 'the smash unreleased song called 'Steady Ground' I produced on #Aaliyah is gonna be on her upcoming album:).'
Going shirtless in a photo he posted on Instagram, the Canadian rapper showed a tattoo of his idol's face on his back.
The teaser of 'Hunger Games' clip, which will be introduced at the 2011 MTV VMAs, features the female protagonist wearing her Hunger Games uniform while holding fear expression on her face.
'She could light up any room. I miss that from her,' Missy recalls in an interview, while Drizzy and other musicians take to Twitter to pay tribute to the 'One in a Million' singer.
Stating he was truly in love with Aaliyah, Drake says he is 'pained' that they would never have a chance to collaborate but grateful for being inspired by her music.