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2 items from 2012

Posthumous Aaliyah Album In The Works?

7 March 2012 1:24 PM, PST | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

A posthumous album from Aaliyah is reportedly in the works, according to the late singer’s former producer Jeffery "J. Dub" Walker.

Walker, who co-wrote “I Refuse” and “What If” off of Aaliyah’s 2001 self-titled third album, tweeted earlier this week (which was later deleted) that an unreleased song that he produced titled “Steady Ground” will be featured “on her upcoming album.” Following the tweet Walker revealed to that the track was originally recorded for the “One In A Million” singer’s 2001 opus.

“It was really the first single after “Rock The Boat,” but my engineer was mixing the record and somehow lost the vocals,” he explained. “So the vocals that you hear are really just the demo vocals. The final vocals got erased, so yeah. So that’s why it didn’t make the album.”

Though there’s no official statement or release date set for the project, »

- Brennan Williams

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Ne-Yo Leaves Def Jam For Motown Records

25 January 2012 1:35 PM, PST | Huffington Post | See recent Huffington Post news »

Today Universal Music Group has announced the acquisition of three-time Grammy Award-winner, Ne-Yo and his label imprint, Compound Entertainment, to Motown Record's roster of talent. The former Def Jam recording artist will also join the label as their new Senior Vice President of A&R.

In between recording his debut as-yet-untitled Motown opus the "Red Tails" star will serve as a producer and mentor to the label's artists, as well as discovering and signing new talent to the label.

"I'm a combination of excited, honored and terrified all at once!" he said in a statement. "Excited about a new beginning here at Motown, honored that I've been given such a prestigious title and trusted with such responsibility, terrified because I know that playing this role, in the fashion of one of my idols and career role models Mr. Smokey Robinson, these are big shoes to fill...but trust, I can handle it. »

- Brennan Williams

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