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The late Aaliyah has a new single out, with Drake rapping alongside the R&B singer's beautiful voice on her latest, posthumous track.

The previously unreleased track, "Enough Said," can be heard below:

Take a listen.

Working with Aaliyah, who passed away in 2001 at the age of 22, is actually something Drake had wanted to do for quite some time.

"I have some great Aaliyah news coming soon," he told the UK's Tim Westwood while promoting his Club Paradise Tour overseas in April.

"Some special things. Great things man. Great things for music, period."

Does the track live up to that billing? Tell us in the survey below: What do you think of Aaliyah's new song with Drake?

 

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Nicki Minaj recently commented on the feud between Chris Brown and Drake, her Young Money label-mate, by claiming that she "doesn't approve" of the beef.

The now-infamous Chris Brown-Drake fight that broke out last month at an NYC club left many injured and got the establishment shut down in the aftermath.

All over Rihanna too, allegedly. Speaking to the BBC, Nicki weighed in:

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"I don't approve of talented people doing things that aren't conducive to an amazing career. I spoke to Drake, and I told him from the bottom of my heart how I felt."

"I'm like, 'Baby, you are a superstar, and I need you to realize that."

Speaking to Tim Westwood on BBC Radio 1 Xtra, Minaj revealed that, although she thought Drake was innocent, he still needed to be careful of his reputation."

"He did nothing wrong, of course. Rumors are rumous, and that there's what it is. Sometimes, you just need to go to bed. Go to the hotel and have an early nap."

"At the end of the day, there's nothing wrong with that."

Words to live by, Drizzy. Words to live by.

Whose side are you on in the feud?

 

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Fourth, schmorth.

With America's Independence Day coming up on Wednesday, it would be easily to overlook Canada Day today ... but that would just be a travesty.

Some of Hollywood's hottest stars, young and old, hail from north of the border - some of whom you might not even realize were Canadian!

On July 1, Canada's holiday commemorating the anniversary of becoming a united country, here's a gallery of some of the most noteworthy ...

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  • Emily VanCamp Flare Cover
  • Ry-Ry
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  • Michael Buble at a Book Signing
  • Celine Dion at the Oscars
  • Sexy Avril Lavigne?
  • Jim Carrey Hair
  • From Playboy

Pretty impressive gallery by any measure, but even more so when you consider that a mere 34 million people - fewer than California - live in Canada!

Who's your favorite Canadian celebrity? Vote in the poll below, and leave a comment with any of your favorites we left off - there are plenty more!

 

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Whoever started the Chris Brown-Drake fight at a New York nightclub two weeks ago, the former is dissing the latter hard in a new remixed track, "I Don't Like."

In the remix, which also features The Game, Brown undeniably rips his adversary and references the W.i.P. nightclub brawl between their posses in June.

Here's the Drake diss song, with the lyrics below:

"Ah fu*k ni**a, that's that sh*t I don't like / They throwin' bottles, I'm throwin' models just 'cause I give a bi*ch long pipe," raps Team Breezy's idol.

"I be singin', he be singin', so it's on, fight / But hold up, I ain't give a ni**a no green light / This head up, my bread up, one on one, what you scared, bruh?"

"Matter fact, take care bruh, you a pu**y ni**a / My ni**a Tunechi, yeah that ni**a nice / Shout out to Nicki, man, that ass tight / Them eyebrows, man, them sh*ts is yikes."

"OVO, you overdosed, screamin' YOLO no, I live twice."

Take Care, of course, is the name of Drake's most recent album. Tunechi refers to Lil Wayne and Nicki to Nicki Minaj, whose ass is apparently tight.

Drake, your move bruh.

 

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Chris Brown and Drake have been offered $1 million each to fight three rounds in a boxing ring in the name of charity, the New York Times reports.

What's more, promoter Damon Feldman is hoping to pay Rhianna, whose links to both stars are well documented, the same amount to be the ring girl.

“It’s more of a show than anything, and we can raise millions for charity,” Feldman said. “Instead of fighting in a bar, they could get paid to fight!"

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"We would like to have Rihanna as a ring girl, as well, but if she doesn’t take our offer, we know she will be watching,” the prospective MC added.

The fight, if it happens, would take place at a ring in Las Vegas in August, he says. Proceeds would go towards a charity for battered women.

Feldman has already promoted celebrity fights featuring Jose Canseco, Michael Lohan, Rodney King, Hailey Glassman, Danny Bonaduce and others.

The now-infamous Chris Brown-Drake fight went down in a New York City nightclub June 14. The club, W.i.P., has since been shut down by NYC.

NBA star Tony Parker was among several people injured in the melee, which allegedly erupted because of bad blood over (what else) Rihanna.

Choose your side in this potential boxing match:

 

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W.i.P. nightclub feels Tony Parker's lawsuit against them is baseless and that there is no way they could have predicted the melee that went down.

NBA star Parker filed a $20 million lawsuit this week, claiming the club is responsible for the Chris Brown-Drake fight in which he was injured.

Parker sustained a scratched retina from shards of glass flying after Brown, Drake, Meek Mill and threw down, requiring eye surgery as a result.

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Tony says it's obvious "there was bad blood between Drake and Brown" (allegedly over Rihanna) and that W.i.P. staff should have known better.

Moreover, he says they fueled matters by selling their posses alcohol.

But sources close to the club, which has been shuttered, say Drake and Chris Brown are not prone to violence ... at least not toward other dudes.

The club feels the fight was out of its control, and as for the alleged bad blood, a source said, "Chris Brown and Drake are not Biggie and Tupac."

Parker also suggested that the club was way understaffed, which W.i.P. refutes, saying that 15 security guards were working the night in question.

So far, no charges have been filed related to the brawl, though the club was closed indefinitely and the case is still under investigation by the NYPD.

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San Antonio Spurs star Tony Parker is suing the Manhattan nightclub where a fight between Chris Brown and Drake broke out and led to mass chaos.

Why? Because the NBA star suffered a scratched retina when glass bottles and shards started flying during the melee, according to news reports.

The baller, who is expected to be fine in time for the Olympics but must wear a patch on the eye for several weeks, seeks $20 million in damages.

New York officials shut down W.i.P. nightclub in the aftermath.

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Parker claims that the club nearly cost him his career by properly secure and oversee the premises in the lead-up to the violent brawl between Chris Brown, Drake, Meek Mill and entourages/security guys/friends of all three music stars.

Parker's lawsuit is not the first, nor the last to result from the night gone awry, in which numerous injuries were reported, some of them serious.

Drake alluded to the dustup during a concert in Long Island last weekend, while Meek Mill denies that there was any bad blood between any of them.

Drake's Young Money boss, Lil Wayne, is reportedly trying to help smooth things over as soon as possible. Yes ... Lil Wayne is the mediator.

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Drake is back in the news for his music, though he's courting controversy there as well, as his collaboration with 2 Chainz is believed to be a shot at Rihanna.

A week after the infamous Chris Brown-Drake fight - allegedly over Rihanna - went down at New York's W.i.P nightclub, the new video is raising eyebrows.

That's because in "No Lie," Drake joins 2 Chainz and raps rather negatively about a girl who happens to be a Grammy winner. Makes you wonder.

"Aww that look like what's her name, chances are it's what's her name/Chances are if she was actin' up then I f--ked her once and never f--ked again," he raps.

"She could have a Grammy, I still treat her ass like a nominee/Just need to know what that p--sy like so one time is fine with me."

Obviously, he doesn't specifically call out Rihanna by name, but it's hard not to speculate, given that he's been linked to her multiple times.

All we know is that Drake's Young Money boss Lil Wayne wants to end the beef with Brown ASAP so everyone can go back to focus on the music.

They can still bash each other, and certain female stars, plenty that way. Take a listen above ... though it's almost as NSFW as the Octomom porn trailer.

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Lil Wayne is getting in the middle of Drake's beef with Chris Brown, though his goal is to end it amicably so all parties involved can keep making cash money.

Weezy and his peeps at Young Money, which reps Drake, have been quietly urging him to do what he can to put the feud to bed because it's bad for the biz.

Yes ... as violent and hardcore as the rap game cis, there is such a thing as bad PR, and Lil Wayne senses that stemming from the Chris Brown-Drake fight.

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Sources say Drake has gotten calls from Weezy, Birdman, Mack Maine and others at Young Money, urging the rapper to extend an olive branch to Brown.

Since Brown appears on several tracks with YM members, they feel it's best to let bygones be bygones after the fight that got W.i.P. nightclub shut down.

Drake doesn't want to reach out to Chris, however, until he knows CB doesn't blame him for the melee that led to serious injuries and property damage.

Brown's lawyer has been saying that Drake was one of the aggressors, which the Canadian rapper denies, as does Meek Mill, the other rapper involved.

Lil Wayne has made it clear he's on Drake's side no matter what, but "making money matters most" and the bottom line trumps any personal grudge.

When Lil Wayne is the voice of reason, you know $h!t is outta hand.

Instigator or not, Drake best take heed, even if - to borrow one of our favorite Weeds quotes - thug means never having to say you're sorry.

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Drake is solely to blame for inflaming the violent NYC club melee that injured innocent people, according to model Vladimira Brace, one of those allegedly hurt.

Brace claims she suffered a spinal injury when she was trampled in the mob scene that ensued inside the now-shut down W.i.P. nightclub in Manhattan.

Brace's attorney has threatened him with a lawsuit, writing Drake's reps that point blank, "Your client instigated a brawl with Mr. Chris Brown" on June 13.

"[Drake's] actions were negligent in inflaming a violent mob," the letter adds.

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"My client personally observed several members of [Drake's] entourage throwing bottles of champagne with reckless and criminal disregard."

The attorney also cites Drake's "well documented history of vulgar, abusive and profane remarks concerning women," which his camp denies.

People close to the Canadian rapper claim that he didn't instigate anything, and was there with a couple of security guys and that's it. No entourage.

They say both Chris Brown and Meek Mill were with large posses, but not Drake. As for D's alleged abuse of women, they find that claim absurd for two reasons:

  1. It's not true.
  2. Chris Brown.

At least three other women - and NBA star Tony Parker and Chris' bodyguard Big Pat - have also claimed they were injured in the Chris Brown-Drake fight.

Your side:

 

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