Family says Aaliyah’s posthumous LP is on the way

Family says Aaliyah's posthumous LP is on the way
Aaliyah (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Aaliyah’s posthumous album, Unstoppable, will reportedly be released this month.

The uncle of the late R&B legend — who tragically died at the age of 22 in a plane crash in 2001 — is Blackground Records founder Barry Hankerson, and he has teased that the star-studded LP is on the way in January.


The song “Poison” featuring the vocals of The Weeknd is already out.

Barry told “The Geno Jones Show”: “One of the songs that’s out now is doing incredibly well. And that’s the song that she did with [The] Weeknd.


“Because of that success, we think it’ll only get better with people such as Ne-Yo and Snoop Dogg, Future, and Drake — one of her biggest fans. Those are the features that’ll be on the record and that’ll be out in January.”

He previously said of “Poison”: “I wanted her adoring fans to get a special gift before the holidays and felt it was the perfect time to release a never-before-heard offering. Make sure to add “Poison” to all your favorite Aaliyah playlists and subscribe to Music360 to stay connected.”

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