Following the release two weeks ago of “Poison,” featuring the late Aaliyah and The Weeknd, the former’s posthumous Unstoppable album will be released later this month with more all-star collaborations.

Aaliyah’s uncle, Barry Hankerson, confirmed the news Monday on The Geno Jones Show. Hankerson owns Blackground Records, which controls the rights to Aaliyah’s music. “Poison” will be on the album, and Hankerson says in addition to The Weeknd, there will be more collabos on the project.

“Because of that success, we think it’ll only get better with people such as Ne-Yo and Snoop DoggFuture, and Drake — one of her biggest fans,” said Hankerson. “Those are the features that’ll be on the record and that’ll be out in January.”

Hankerson did not specify an Unstoppable release date.

Two Aaliyah albums that were released after her death became available on digital platforms for the first time in October. I Care 4 U, from December, 2002, features 14 tracks, including Aaliyah’s hits “Back & Forth,” “Are You That Somebody?,” “One in a Million” and “Try Again.” It also has songs that were previously unreleased, including “Miss You,” “I Care 4 U” and “Come Over.” The compilation debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart.

Ultimate Aaliyah originally arrived in May 2005 as a posthumous box set. The first disc is a greatest hits collection. The second, titled Are You Feelin’ Me?, has songs from the Romeo Must Die soundtrack and additional tracks produced by Timbaland. The third disc is a DVD documentary titled The Aaliyah Story.

August 25, 2021 marked the 20th anniversary of Aaliyah’s death at the age of 22. She died in 2001 with eight other people in a plane crash after shooting the “Rock the Boat” video in the Bahamas.

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