Yes, you read the headline right. Aaliyah Haughton, the singer who died more than a decade ago in a plane crash, is back with a new single. And along for the ride is Drake, the hip-hop artist almost as well known for his singing as for his rapping. Here's a little background: over the past few weeks and months, rumors picked up steam that Drake may produce an album made up of previously unreleased Aaliyah songs. Drake himself gave credence to the rumors without confirming them by saying how big a fan he was of Aaliyah's voice and songs. Well, the rumors have now been substantiated to an extent in the form of "Enough Said," a "new" Aaliyah song that features Drake and is produced by frequent Drake collaborator Noah "40" Shebib. The artwork, which features Aaliyah's 'A' logo, also sports the logo of the label Aaliyah was signed to at the time of her death, Blackground Records, in the lower left hand corner and that of Drake's label, October's Very Own, in the lower right. No official announcement has been made regarding a full album, but once the details leak out, they'll be posted right here on this site. For now, the debut Aaliyah-Drake collabo can be streamed via the link below. A warning, though: Drake's verses are full of profanity, so this turns into a very NSFW song just over 90 seconds in. The appropriateness and compatibility of his verses with her vocals is a subject for another day, however.