Confirmation That Drake Is A “No Go” On Executive Producing Aaliyah’s Posthumous Album
OK, so now someone with some type of authority has recently stated that Drake will not be the Executive Producer of Aaliyah’s Posthumous Album. Her cousin, Jomo Hankerson, who runs Blackground Records with his father, Barry Hankerson, will be the executive producers of the album. Yes, Drake will be featured on several tracks, but that is all the artist will do. Also, Noah “40″ Shebib, who produced “Enough Said” and is also Drake go-to producer is heavily involved and Timbaland and Missy Elliott are helping to assemble the album.
I don’t know, something is fishy with this information. For Drake to tell people that he will be the executive producer for the album, but really isn’t is weird. Also Drake is still going to be on SEVERAL songs on the album, plus you’re using his main producer to create the album? Even when Eminem executive produced one of Tupac’s album, he was only on ONE song and the rest were solo’s or collaborations with other artists. Also, for Timbaland and Missy Elliott to know that they were supposed to be apart of assembling the album together, they definitely made it known that they should be apart of putting the album together as if Drake was the only one doing it. Hmmm, was it just to much controversy for Drake to be the executive producer, or was it just a lack of communication and understanding? You Decided…
Side Note: Where Is Magoo?