Though Aaliyah never got a chance to live out the rest of her dream, she left behind a legacy of music that will stand the test of time.  Unfortunately, over the last couple of years people have been fighting over it.


Last year Drake with the help of his longtime producer Noah “40″ Shebib released a new Aaliyah single “Enough Said”and hinted the he’ll executive produce the late R&B singer’s posthumous album.


I'm sure Drake thought he was doing a good thing, but reactions to the single and his fourth coming project had  mixed reaction.  For the most part, people were happy to her voice again.  However her family, Missy Elliott, Timbaland and DMX weren't happy at all.  They all cited the fact that Drake neither knew nor worked with Aaliyah before her death and was being disrespectful to the artist that did by dropping a single without including them.  Non the less, Drizzy's devotion to her never wavered and on top of the existing tattoo of her face on his back and recently got another tatt in her honor.

Now two lawsuits are  brewing over the ownership of Aaliyah’s music.   According to TMZ a publishing company named Reservoir Media Management is suing Craze Productions, an independent record label and film distributor for illegally selling tracks off  her self-titled 2001 album on iTunes.

Just last month music producer Jeffery Walker II (aka J-Dub) sued Blackground Records, which is ran by Aaliyah’s uncle Barry Hankerson claiming that the label owes him hundred’s of thousands of dollars in royalties for working on Aaliyah’s music back in 2000 and 2001.  More details on both lawsuits are below inside Tha Wire.


In other news,  Rihanna’s tour buses were stopped at the border of Michigan and Canada and marijuana was in one of them.  At the time of the stop of the bus with weed on it, officers smelled the aroma of the drug and brought a drug-sniffing canine on board to find it.  Listen to Tha Wire below to find out what happened next.  In the meantime, Rihanna just released the remix to her new single "Pour It Up" feat. T.I., Juicy J and rivals Rick Ross and Young Jeezy.


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Finally,  some artists are expiring to be legal distributor of the drug.  Finally, Rapper Stanley “Flesh-n-Bone” Howse of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is working on a new collaboration but it’s not music.  His new partner is Green Oasis, a Michigan medical marijuana facility that grows and distributes a new strain of marijuana called “Phifty Caliber Kush.

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