Aaliyah fans must be very excited upon hearing this news! Just 14 years after her death, the songstress may be releasing new music all thanks to Timbaland. The producer teased music fans with a very interesting message.
Timbaland, 43, is teasing every Aaliyah fan out there with this new information! Although the R&B singer has been gone for 14, going on 15 years Aug. 25, now, fans may be able to hear some new music from her soon. The music producer made a special announcement about some tunes from Aaliyah that could possibly make its way to the public very soon.
Aaliyah tragically passed away in 2001, but word is, the singer left behind some unreleased musical recordings that may be released soon. Fans have Timbaland to thank for that! The music producer wrote on Instagram, “Attention!!!!! People ask me all the time do I have any babegirl music we haven’t heard !!!!!well the answer is YES!!!!!!!! TIMBO x BABEGIRL !!!!! Sneak Peak coming !!!!!!!” Judging by all of those exclamation marks, it’s safe to assume Timbaland is very excited to reveal new music from Aaliyah. However, this isn’t the first time we’ll be hearing unreleased music from the deceased singer.
The “Try Again” singer’s vocals have been featured on a couple of songs since she has passed away. In 2013, Chris Brown, 25, used some unheard vocals from Aaliyah for a song on his X album. “Its called, “They Don’t Know” and the song features Aaliyah,” Chris told HollywoodLife.com. “Never heard before vocals, all new stuff that has never been heard before.” Chris isn’t the only one who has featured Aaliyah on his music after her death.
Drake Previews Music With Aaliyah’s Vocals
Drake, 28, has also used Aaliyah’s voice on a few of his own tracks. Before the rapper dropped his If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late album in 2015, Drake previewed some unheard tracks the previous year at a club in NYC. One of the songs he played at the club titled, “Talk Is Cheap” reportedly had Aaliyah’s vocals on it. It features verses reportedly sung by Aaliyah, with lines like, “all white like I move things.” The talented songstress may be gone, but she and her amazing voice will never forgotten. We can’t wait to hear the unheard tracks Timbaland has from Aaliyah.
Tell us, HollywoodLifers, are you excited for new, unheard music from Aaliyah?
— Michelle Phi