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10 Collaborations That Music Lovers Would Kill To Hear

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When two powerhouses in the music industry come together, they have the potential to take their unique talents and create a legendary collaboration. We have already seen it done before: recently Kanye West has been doing work with Sir Paul McCartney, and who can forget the unreal pop hit that Lady Gaga and Beyoncé gave us with “Telephone.” These are great, granted, but you know what would be just as (if not even more) amazing?

Childish Gambino and Ed Sheeran

Arguably two of the greatest current lyricists, Sheeran has already proved he can add to a rap track after being featured in Hoodie Allen’s “All About It.” Gambino would provide the clever rhymes and while he spitted game Sheeran’s sexy falsetto and acoustic guitar would back him.

Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey

Cyrus has a rough-around-the-edges rasp to her voice, while Del Rey sounds like the honey that Winnie The Pooh constantly yearns for. The mix of the two pop stars would give listeners a chance to indulge in versatile goodness.

Kanye West and Taylor Swift

West and Swift are easily two of the most talked about names in the industry, and we all know they have a little bit of history, also known as the “Imma let you finish,” incident. An ideal track would probably have the audio from that award show faux pas as a catchy electro-pop hook.

Misterwives’ Mandy Lee and Ellie Goulding

The two have eclectic voices that would provide what I can only imagine would be angelic harmonies.

Mick Jagger and Harry Styles

Honestly, I just would love to see a music video with these UK-bred hunks. It doesn’t hurt that Styles is a young version of Jagger. These sauve entertainers would have women’s hearts melting at twice the speed.

Ke$ha and Beyoncé

These two are unconventional feminists, not to mention they both know how to entertain their crowds. Imagine dancing in the club to the girl-power song that these two would come up with.

George Ezra and Vance Joy

These two are more under the radar at the moment, but the moment they fully break the surface (which they are already starting to do, thanks to Ezra’s song “Budapest” and Vance Joy’s “Riptide) the two will be all over the place. While they are somewhat similar in their musical stylings, the two still have comparable differences. Ezra would be able to implement his deeper vocal register while Joy could hone in on his airy vocals. Their acoustic talents would be strengthened in the collaboration.  

Beck and John Mayer

Both Beck and Mayer have done remarkable jobs of redefining themselves throughout their careers while maintaining an essence of permanence. I see this collaboration involving some groovy guitar licks and some sensual vocals.

Eddie Vedder and Sam Smith

There is something about the vibrato of these two artists that I think would make for an aurally appealing song. Both voices are so unique that it would be easy to be intimidated to try collaboration with one, but if they joined forces the results would be soulful and powerful. 

Sia and Lady Gaga

Sia and Lady Gaga are not simply talented vocalists and songwriters: the two are true performers. Their ability to demonstrate authentic showmanship and their powerful musical skills would great a dynamic and raw collaboration.


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