More than ten years after her passing, Aaliyah’s legacy lives on through artists like Drake, J.Cole, Kendrick Lamar and more who honor her memory through their music. However, according to the Hitmen’s Jeffrey “J. Dub” Walker (producer of “I Can Be,” and “I Refuse,” off of Aaliyah’s self-titled and final album), a second posthumous album might be in the works.”Just got great news today; the smash unreleased song called “Steady Ground” I produced on Aaliyah is going to be on her upcoming album;” he tweeted yesterday afternoon. The beautiful songbird passed away on August 25th 2001 after her plane crashed in the Bahamas shortly after wrapping a shoot for her video “Rock The Boat.”


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