Aaliyah and other artists with posthumous collabs
The Weeknd releases his second collab with the late Princess of Pop, Aaliyah
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Just because a musician's life ends doesn't mean their music has to. Many great artists have had their unreleased work shared with the world after their deaths, often in collaboration with other stars who want to pay tribute.
The Weeknd is honoring the late Princess of Pop with their second collaboration. He first sampled Aaliyah's hit song 'Rock the Boat' on his 2012 album 'What You Need.' Aaliyah's new posthumous single 'Poison' featuring The Weeknd was released on December 17. This release hints at the star power that can be expected on Aaliyah's upcoming posthumous album. Other artists like Drake, Chris Brown and Snoop Dogg have been named.
Many other musicians had collaborations released after their deaths. From Amy Winehouse and Nas to Michael Jackson and 50 Cent, check out these interesting posthumous collaborations.
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