Drake, Aaliyah song unveiled online
Drake has unveiled a duet with late singer Aaliyah.
The rapper had previously hinted that he was planning a posthumous collaboration with the star, who died in a plane crash in the Bahamas in 2001 aged just 22, and he has now debuted the song Enough Said on his website.
The track - produced by Noah '40' Shebib - features Aaliyah's unreleased vocals and is billed as Aaliyah - Enough Said Feat Drake.
Meanwhile, Timbaland, the producer of some of Aaliyah's hits, has reportedly said recently that he and Missy Elliott, who also collaborated with the late singer, should both be involved if any new material is made.
Drake, who found fame on Canadian teen drama Degrassi: The Next Generation, has previously said how much he admired the Try Again singer and even has her face tattooed on his back.
The star recently unveiled another tattoo which also seems to pay homage to Aaliyah.
The numbers 416 are inked on his torso, which is apparently an area code in his home city of Toronto.
However, the 4 is only partially coloured in so that the number also looks like 116 and Aaliyah's birthday was January 16, or 1/16.