Dancehall star Beenie Man has apologized to fans in Canada for his non appearance at the recent staging of rapper Drake\u2019s OVO Festival. This is due to the fact that the required visa to travel to Canada was not granted. Representatives from Beenie Man\u2019s management team made every effort to obtain the required documents, however all attempts proved futile. Additional support was provided by Drake\u2019s team to have immigration lawyers represent their interest. This also proved unsuccessful. Beenie Man\u2019s 21-track album Unstoppable is due for release on August 26. The first single Yardie was recently released to radio. Unstoppable features production work from a variety of producers including Major Lazer, Tony Kelly, Mario C, Jordan McClure, Seanizzle, Jeremy Harding and Don Corleone among others. \u201cWe chose 21 songs because we had a lot to say. I haven\u2019t done an album in over 7 years and seems like the industry is moving in that direction as well. You are getting more tracks for less money and it makes sense as it discourages the fans from illegally downloading your music. Everyone likes a bargain. In this case it's a really steal more than a deal as the album is solid\u201d, Beenie Man said in a previous release. Unstoppable is being released by New York Based VP Records distribution arm VPAL.