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.
Drake has not confirmed rumor that he is producing Aaliyah's posthumous album, but Timbaland has spoken up about the possible record. In a recent interview with Power 105's "The Breakfast Club", the Virginia-born rapper made it clear that Drizzy should reach out to him and Missy Elliott if he indeed is working on an Aaliyah record.
"I know they trying to drop some Aaliyah records, but if he do it, it should be with me and Missy," Timbo commented on the rumor. "The proper way for him to do that would be for me, him and Missy to be all on the record. The best decision, what the fans would want to see is all three of us. It can't be something to make money off of 'cause I think it's wrong to make money off the dead."
Drizzy sparked speculations that he planned an album for the late R&B songstress when he said in March this year, "I have some great Aaliyah news coming soon." He went on teasing, "Just some special things. Great things for music, period."
In the same month, producer Jeffery Walker tweeted, "Just got great news today; the smash unreleased song called 'Steady Ground' I produced on #Aaliyah is gonna be on her upcoming album:)" He, however, deleted the tweet later.