Rumours are rife that there might be a new Aaliyah album of unreleased tracks in the works, reports Digital Spy. The “More Than A Woman” and “Try Again” R&B singer, who died in a plane crash at age 22 in August 2001, worked with producer Jeffery J. Dub Walker on the tracks “I Refuse”and “What If” on her final self-titled studio album. Jeffery tweeted that a posthumous release may be unveiled in the near future, before his tweet was later taken down. "Just go great news today; the smash unreleased song called 'Steady Ground' I produced on #Aaliyah is gonne be on her upcoming album," he tweeted. The singer's final album was released a month before her death. A compilation album, I Care For You, containing some new tracks was released in 2002.