The decision for Drake to do this project is NOT sitting well with Timbaland and Missy Elliot, the people who have produced Aaliyah's music in the past and they feel they should be involved with the project.
Timbaland released this statement through Power 105.1 FM:
"I know they are trying to drop some Aaliyah records, but if Drake does it, it should be with me and him and Missy Elliott. I don't know what's going on. The proper way to do that would be for me, him and Missy to be all on the record. For it to be on his record, that would not be right."
Aaliyah tragically died in a plane crash in 2001.
Check out "Enough Said and let us know what U think! Funk it or Dunk it? Should Drake have waited for Missy n Timbaland?-DocFB
I'm sure you all remember this story and wondered what happened. Well, Survivor producer (Or should we say former Survivor producer) Bruce Beresford-Redman is going to have to stand trial in Mexico for the murder of his wife Monica.
Bruce has been locked up in a L.A. prison since November of last year after police officials from Mexico charged him with killing his wife in Cancun in April of 2010.
Beresford-Redman has obtained his innocence. There are no other prime suspects.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Will Jeff Probst Host The Trial?
Rodney Jerkins needs to give up this horrible dream. I swear, no wonder he doesn't have hits like he used to.
The producer is wanting Lady Gaga to hook up musically with Lindsay Lohan. Just because he had Beyonce and Gaga hook up for "Telephone" does not mean he could make it work with Lindsay Slowhands.
This is just a bad bad romance idea. I think I can rest easy because no way will Gaga agree to it. Right?
We are learning just hours after Michael Jackson was burned back in 1984, he was wanting the video footage of the incident out.
Larry said "I was backstage when the accident happened. People were screaming "Michael is on fire" and I saw the footage for the first time yesterday. The wound was deep. At least an 8th of an inch.
Larry Larson, The Victory Tour producer, was backstage when this commercial was being shot and was with Michael Jackson when he was in the hospital. There was a press conference held in front of the hospital and Michael advised Larry that the video will be put into the media's hands as he wants it out there.
Pepsi got a hold of it and said it was their video, their crew and they REFUSED to release it. Larry wants to know where that footage came from.
Larry did say the gel he used on his hair that day did say do not use near flammable material.
The question still remains: how did this video get out now? If we would have seen the footage back then, there would not have been so many jokes over something so serious.-Dr.FB