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6 August 2012, 10:24
The 'Canadian star has also paid homage to the late star with his latest inkwork as posthumous duet is unveiled.
Drake has unveiled his posthumous collaboration with Aaliya entitled 'Enough Said'.
The 'Take Care' star was last week rumoured to be executively producing an album from the late singer who passed away in 2001.
Timbaland spoke out on the reports recently to reveal that he wanted to get on board alongside Missy Elliot – who all worked closely with Aaliya in the past.
"I know they are trying to drop some Aaliyah records, but if Drake does it, it should be with me and him and Missy Elliott," he admitted.
"I don't know what's going on. The proper way to do that would be for me, him and Missy to be all on the record. For it to be on his record, that would not be right," he added.
The Canadian features on a previously recorded hook from the late singer – which she recorded before her tragic plane crash 11 years ago
He name checks the likes of Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli in the track which was produced by Noah '40' Shebib.
You can listen to Drake and Aaliya's new song 'Enough Said' below:
*Warning this song features material which may cause offense*
Drake also unveiled his latest tattoo which pays homage to the singer as well as his hometown.
He has the numbers 416 down the side of his ribcage which is the area code of his home city of Toronto.
The four is inked in such a way that it resembles a one – making referencing to Aaliya's birthday of 16th January.
You can view a picture of Drake's new tattoo below: (Picture: Twitter)
He already has a portrait of the 'Try Again' singer on his back and has often spoke about his admiration of the star.
Meanwhile, Drake and Rihanna are among the top nominated stars at this year's MTV Video Music Awards 2012 scooping five nods including for their collaboration 'Take Care'.