It’s on hold until her family approves the production, but a 16-track album is being worked on right now. CEO Barry Hankerson explained a little more on the topic. "The Aaliyah Biopic is currently on hold until the Haughton family agree to go forward with it. Before the controversy Warner (who would fund the movie) wanted Keshia Chante to play the lead role, and Aaliyah friends play themselves. We can’t go forward until Aaliyah’s family agree to let us," Hankerson said. "We’ve always been sympathetic to Aaliyah’s mourning, and we’ll always love the graceful and angelic girl she was to the Haughton family. To us, she’ll always be ‘baby girl’." Hankerson also said that there was a negative vibe surrounding the album when Drake and Noah Shebib were announced to executive produce. "We always expected an unpleasant welcome to this album.Due to the fact that we have control over the estate and authoritative over royalties, we will be moving forward with this album," says Hankerson. "We never wanted the bad press that’s come with the album. The family might of made statements about us not supporting their “daughter” but the fan support and peaceful intent behind it is the reason we’ve decided to go forth with it."