Aaliyah has been buzzing lately and it has to do with the 20th anniversary of her untimely death. A biography by Kathy Landoli is being released entitled  Baby Girl: Better Known as Aaliyah.  Aaliyah was just breaking into mainstream popularity when her life came to an end at the age of 22. The incident occurred when she boarded a flight from the Bahamas to Miami after filming her “Rock the Boat” the music video. Unfortunately it would be her last plane ride along with the rest of her team.The anniversary has also caused Barry Hankerson, Aaliyah’s uncle, to once again become the topic of scathing conversations considering it is reported that he is the person responsible for holding tight to Aaliyah’s catalog all these years. Today (August 5), it was announced that Blackground Records would be sharing its roster, including Aaliyah’s music, so fans are looking forward to the rollout.

Hankerson also sat down with Billboard to chat about his infamous reputation, and during the chat, he revealed that there are plans for a posthumous Aaliyah album. The 74-year-old music executive gave insight into what could be expected from the project, including features on the forthcoming record.

According to Aaliyah’s uncle, her posthumous project will include features from “Drake, Future, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown and Snoop Dogg, while Timbaland has remixed and produced some of the sessions.” Singer Tank, another Blackground artist who sang background for Aaliyah, reportedly told Hankerson that he was interested in being involved, as well.

“It has been really nice,” Hankerson told the outlet regarding working on the record. “The only part that has been a little distasteful has been so many people being angry with me because the music didn’t come out when they wanted it. But I learned to live with that. There’s nothing I can do about it.”

Yesterday (August 4), Aaliyah’s estate released a statement regarding her music making its way to streaming services, saying that they have not been notified or involved in what is happening with the late singer’s catalog.