It’s no secret that Drake is one of Aaliyah’s biggest fans, after all he has a picture of the late songstress tattooed on his back.  Judging from his latest Instagram post the rapper gearing up to release a new Aaliyah colab.

As previously reported he and producer Noah “40″ Shebib was in the process of doing an Aaliyah album, but they received a lot of flak and put the project on hold for a while.  In the mist of all the drama the unreleased track “Enough Said” was leaked.  For the most part fans approved and now it appears Drake’s ready to officially release another single featuring the late song bird.


Recently Drake posted a short video to his Instagram page with the caption “24 HOURS ON THIS BUS.” According to Young Money HQ  the track playing in the background is a new collaboration between Drake and Aaliyah.  So it looks like Drizzy gonna keep his promise of dropping four new tracks before the end of the year.  On this I’ll keep you posted.  In the meantime to learn more, listen to Tha Wire below.

Photo by Chad Buchanan/Getty Images for Moet USA)

In other news, what was originally thought to be a case of "mistaken identity" may really have been a hoax that ended with Suge Knight on the side of the road with his hands in the air as LAPD officers pointed firearms at him Friday, Nov. 29. TMZ reports police pulled the 47-year former Death Row CEO over, believing he fit the description of an assault suspect.

It’s a good thing Suge co-operative with authorities, because the situation could have taken a fatal route.  Reportedly he could’nt convince authorities he wasn't who they were looking for, so he agreed to go to a police station and prove his identity.  Police now think the incident was a practical joke, but Knight ain’t laughing and apparently considering suing.

(Photo by Fulton County Sheriff's Office via Getty Images)

Finally, Gucci Mane has to turn in two firearms.  TMZ reports a federal indictment mandates that Gucci, who’s real name is Radric Davis, hand over a .42 caliber Glock, a .45 caliber Taurus and ammunition.

The Federal order was brought on by his prior charges for aggravated assault alongside weapons and narcotic possession.  Gucci’s last run in with the law resulted with an arrest on Sept. 14 after the rapper "cursed and threatened" authorities following a distress call placed by his own friend.  A small amount of marijuana and concealed weapons were found on his person.  He was taken to a hospital for mental evaluation and later sentenced to six months in jail for probation violation.

Get more of today's juicy details now with Tha Wire.