Despite Timbland's disapproval, Drake has moved forward with his posthumous Aaliyah duet song called 'Enough Said.' The Young Money superstar also plans to perform the single tonight (Aug. 5) at his annual OVO Music Festival in Toronto. It looks like Aaliyah's estate allowed the collaboration to happened. If you look at the cover art the Blackground Records insignia is on it. *Kanye Shrug*
Produced by Noah "40" Shebib, the melancholy song features Drake rapping about the woes of being rich and famous. "Every million I gain an enemy or a cousin / And people's feelings have changed ever since I became somethin'," he raps. "Girls are becoming ladies and my friends are havin' babies / And babies are droppin' dead in my city, this shit is crazy."
Aaliyah's angelic voice is only heard on the chorus as she sings to Drizzy, "You say you've got a lot on your mind say it now let's talk about it, talk about it. I hate to see you feel this way so tell me what I can do to make it better for you."
Overall, it's not a bad song, but nothing spectacular. Maybe next time, Drake should give Timbo and Missy Elliott a call first.