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Drake may have never met Aaliyah but he's been adamant in showing his appreciation for the fallen singer. The Toronto native sports a tattoo with her image, sampled her music on his debut LP Thank Me Later and now joins her on a new posthumous track "Enough Said."

The song, produced by Drake's longtime collaborator Noah "40" Shebib, features a verse from the rapper and Aaliyah's refreshing vocals. "You say you got a lot on your mind, sit down let's talk about/ I hate to see you feel this way/ So tell me what I can do to make it better for you," she coos.

The Young Money MC comes in, serving much of his usual lines about the negativity surrounding him. "Every million I gain an enemy or a cousin/ And people's feelings have changed ever since I became something," Drizzy raps.

Drake is set to executive produce Aaliyah's forthcoming posthumous album, according to HipHopDX.