3 Music Collaborations We Need!

We all have listened to our music and questioned, why haven’t these two artists collaborated yet? Here are some duos that we need to see together immediately!

Tems & Sza

 

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Tems has this deep velvety strong voice that compliments all the rhythms and flows within her music. Her bassy powerful vocals partnered with Sza’s vapory husk/light airy tones will be a powerful pair.

 

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We want more Black R&B artist collaborations, plus, they both appreciate the art of R&B’s natural rhythms and flows, and have that authenticity displayed in them that we love.

Flo Mili & Megan Thee Stallion

 

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Flo Milli’s rapping skills are truly amazing. The New York Times describes her as a, “clever, cheerful lyricist.” Her bubbly, yet bold flows always come through within her songs. In all her lyrics you can hear her confidence and power that translates to her listeners and makes them feel that same confidence and power. If Flo Milli was put on the track with Megan Thee Stallion who is known for her songs embodying confidence, sensuality, and the power she has as a Black woman it would break the internet. They both have the competence to rap about everything and anything and have people enjoy it. It would be fun, lyrically strong, and it will be empowering to other Black women.

Ty Dolla $ign & Summer Walker

 

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Ty Dolla $ign is such a talented musician that is proficient in all levels of music. All his music is worked on from scratch since he knows how to produce music and sing over it. His graspy, yet deeply soulful voice would pair great with Summer Walker’s vocal abilities. Summer Walker has this light, dulcet, soulful voice that grasps everyone.

Both also have the way of appreciating old slow burned 90s R&B yet still incorporating modern-day mumble rap into their music, that is why many enjoy their hits and want to see the two come together.

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Adia St. Juste

Adia St. Juste is a Penn State University student majoring in Media Studies/Telecommunications. She loves all things Entertainment and Media News!