And even though Timbaland and Missy Elliot have made it clear that they will not be involved in the process of creating Aaliyah’s posthumous album co-produced by Drizzy and his producer Noah “40” Shebib, Dame hopes he can offer his contribution in some way.
“Anytime I can hear her voice, that’s a good thing, And anyone that respected her enough to make a record with her, I appreciate ya’ll.”
A sentiment made even more genuine, being that Dame has yet to hear the project’s first single, “Enough Said.”
He also added:
“It depends on how he [Drake] wants me to help. I don’t know what I could bring to the table there, but yeah I would do it. Anything involving Aaliyah and it’s positive and the energy [is] right with it, I would be a part of it. My love for Aaliyah will never change.”
Hopefully, Dame does get a chance to throw in his two cents. It’s reported that the project will encompass of 13 or 14 songs altogether.