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Aaliyah, Drake – Enough Said acapella


"Enough Said" is a song performed by American recording artist Aaliyah. The song features additional vocals provided by Canadian rapper Drake. Originally recorded prior to the singer's death in a plane crash in 2001, Drake later finished the track with producer Noah "40" Shebib in 2012.

"Enough Said" was released by Blackground Records through their Soundcloud account on August 5, 2012. It was sent to US urban and rhythmic radio stations on August 21. The song charted at number 55 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.
Lenght: 3:38
Bitrate: 320 kb/s
Downloads: 269

"Enough Said" is a hazy R&B song with a sparse electronic backing track. It opens with low-end sounds that reveal hypnotic percussion. The song's lyrics implore a lover to disclose and communicate: "I can tell it's somethin' up with you, tell me do you wanna talk about, talk about ... I hate to see you feel this way". Aaliyah sings the song's "yeah yeah yeah" hook with understated vocals, and Drake occasionally interjects with the line "yo, what's up" before rapping a single verse.
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