Aaliyah‘s posthumous album ‘Unstoppable’ to be released this month


Aaliyah‘s uncle Barry Hankerson has confirmed that the late singer’s forthcoming posthumous album ‘Unstoppable’ will be released this month.
Hankerson, who founded Aaliyah’s former label Blackground Records and owns all of her masters, revealed in a new interview that her fourth album will feature Ne-Yo, Drake, Snoop Dogg and Future following the release of recent single, ‘Poison’, which featured The Weeknd.
He went on to say the album would be out this month but didn’t specify a date.
It comes after he also previously announced plans to release the singer’s entire back catalogue on streaming platforms as part of a new partnership with independent label EMPIRE.
Aaliyah died in a plane crash on August 25, 2001. She was 22 years old.