The Weeknd’s ‘Poison’ Collaboration With Aaliyah Coming Soon – Billboard

Aaliyah and Weekend will officially reunite this week with a new single.”Poison,” which Blackground Records 2.0 and Empire announced on Wednesday (December 15).

“Poison” will be released on Friday before the late R&B singer postscripts album, to be released at a later date.


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The Weeknd sampled Aaliyah’s 2001 Billboard Hot 100 top 20 hits “Rock the Boat” on his own “What You Need” from his 2012 compilation album The trilogy of works. Baby Girl’s original prototype was finally heard on studio recordings as The Weeknd finally came out 2011 Balloon house Magnetic tapes on streaming services in March to celebrate its 10th anniversary.

And that’s not the only project between these two superstars that has recently been working on digital service providers (DSPs). Barry Hankerson, Aaliyah’s uncle and founder of Blackground Records, explained in depth about Billboards this summer about how he and EMPIRE teamed up to bring Aaliyah’s entire catalog online for the first time. Much of Aaliyah’s music was left out of DSP for more than a decade after she died in a plane crash on August 25, 2001, when she was just 22 years old.

inside Billboards In the interview, Hankerson hinted that The Weeknd won’t be alone when it comes to A-list artists being added to Aaliyah’s new album, suggesting that Drake, Future, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown and Snoop Dogg also contribute. face. “It was really cool,” he said of making new records. “The only part that was a bit annoying was that a lot of people got mad at me for the music not being played when they wanted to. But I’ve learned to live with that. I can not do anything. “

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