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Aaliyah's Posthumous Album Has No Female Features

Aaliyah's posthumous album Unstoppable will have a heavy lineup of men.

Aaliyah's posthumous album Unstoppable is set to be released this month, and its tracklist is turning heads for its lack of female features.

The iconic R&B star is known for having paved the way for a variety of female artists in the genre--She was once dubbed the "Princess of R&B." However, it comes to a shock for many, as few women will be featured on the upcoming album. Male rappers are set to dominate the tracklist--including Chris Brown, Drake, Future, Snoop Dogg, and more.

Last month, The Weekend collaborated with Aaliyah on the song Poison, and it has over five million streams on Spotify.

Aaliyah's Uncle Barry Hankerson is in charge of the project Unstoppable, and he's excited about what is to come.

"She loved Snoop Dogg, who's done a great record in collaboration with Future." The producer said to Billboard. "Ne-Yo gave us an excellent song; also Drake. Timbaland produced the track that Chris Brown did. It's vintage R&B with strong vocals."

When asked what Aaliyah would think of the album, Hankerson said,

"I think she would be very happy with the selections we made and the guests because the artists themselves made it known to us how much they wanted to work with her and be a part of her legacy. And I pray that she is happy. Aaliyah would love hearing herself with the current stars of the industry that she cared so much about. And that's all I wanted to do."

Hankerson said the album would be released this month. So far, no artist has commented on the tracklisting or the album itself.

Aaliyah died in 2001, alongside seven others in a plane crash. She was just 22 years old.

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