[The Tens] 10 Awful Posthumous Albums That Should Have Been Buried With The Artist
Sometimes, when an artist passes away his/her legacy should protected instead of neglected. Sure, their fans always want to hear music, but isn’t it important to preserve what they have given us rather than have a bunch of half baked songs that the artist may not have wanted released to the public? With the announcement that Drake will be executive producing a posthumous Aaliyah album, we once again will have to brace ourselves for a patchwork album of unreleased vocals that perhaps should have remained unreleased. Better yet, shouldn’t Timbaland and Missy be the one to put these songs out? Not to mention that it’s kind of awkward for Drake to be taking pot shots at Chris Brown over a collaboration with a deceased singer. Who knows, Drake could do the project justice but it’s important to note that the Haughton family is not supporting the release of this album. Nevertheless, TheWellVersed went back in time to gather all of the posthumous albums that should have likely been buried with the artist.