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Drake talks Aaliyah album with T-RexXx [Video]

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Toronto, ON – Here’s an interview with Drake and MuchMusic’s Tyrone aka T-RexXx after the third annual OVO Fest (which amazing by the way). After Drizzy released that Aaliyah track “Enough Said” on Sunday, rumours started popping up that he was also going to executive produce her posthumous album. From what he says in this interview, it sounds like him and 40 are spearheading the project cause they’ve got rights to about 14 NEW Aaliyah songs. Very interesting…stay tuned.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgMqkdCg-F8

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