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Encyclopedia > Hip hop collaborations
Hip hop/Rap
Stylistic origins: Jamaican Dancehall toasting alongside the rhythms of R&B, disco and funk
Cultural origins: 1970s: Kingston, Jamaica - early 1970's South Bronx, New York City
Typical instruments: Turntable, drum machine, Sampler, synthesizer, computer, live instruments, rapping, human beatboxing
Mainstream popularity: Beginning in 1979 in the U.S., and later across the rest of the world
Derivative forms: Trip hop
Subgenres
Abstract - Chopped and screwed - Christian - Crunk - Gangsta - G-funk - Hardcore - Horrorcore - Instrumental - Jazz rap - Latin rap - Nerdcore - Old school - Pop rap
Fusion genres
Country rap - Electro hop - Freestyle - Hip house - Hip life - Ghettotech - Hip-hop soul - Miami bass - Neo soul - New jack swing - Ragga - Rap metal - Reggaeton - Urban Pasifika
Regional scenes
African - American: (East - West - South - Midwest) - French - Japanese - Others...
Other topics
Beatboxing - Breakdancing - Collaborations - DJing (Turntablism) - Hip hop culture - Fashion - Hip hop music - Feuds - Graffiti - History - List of rappers - Rapping - Roots - Slang - Timeline

Collaborations between hip hop artists is a frequent occurrence and one of the defining features of the genre. Collaborations are often used to create networks within the industry. Jazz is the only musical genre to have had so many "big name" collaborations in its cultural context. Some rappers, such as Ludacris, have built up more credit through his collaborative efforts than any of his solo material. When music is performed live, even more collaborations are to be had, informal and formal, as rappers often have a "posse" on stage with them, who also perform, or simply dance. Hip hop music is the engine of hip-hop culture, and is currently among the most popular and lucrative music in the world. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... For other meanings see Toast (disambiguation) Toasting, chatting, or DJing is the act of talking or chanting over a rhythm or beat. ... Rhythm and blues (or R & B) is a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Billboard magazine. ... Disco is an up-tempo style of dance music (generally between 110 and 136 beats per minute) that originated in the early-1970s, a derivative of funk and soul music, popular with audiences in larger cities all over the world. ... Funk is a distinct style of music originated by African-Americans, e. ... The 1970s in its most obvious sense refers to the decade between 1970 and 1979. ... Location of Kingston Kingston (population 600,000) is the capital of Jamaica. ... Events and trends Although in the United States and in many other Western societies the 1970s are often seen as a period of transition between the turbulent 1960s and the more conservative 1980s and 1990s, many of the trends that are associated widely with the Sixties, from the Sexual Revolution... The Bronx is one of the five boroughs of United States. ... The construction of the Empire State Building, 1930. ... A musical instrument is a device constructed or modified with the purpose of making music. ... Turntablism is a subgenre of hip hop. ... A Boss DR-202 Drum Machine A drum machine is a device designed to imitate the sound of drums and/or other percussion instruments. ... An AKAI MPC2000 sampler A sampler is an electronic musical instrument that can record and store audio signal samples, generally recordings of existing sounds, and play them back at a range of pitches. ... The term synthesizer is also used to mean frequency synthesizer, an electronic system found in communications, or video synthesizer. ... A drawing of the everyday computer. ... An instrument is a concrete or abstract tool intended for a purpose other than mechanical work, in particular a refined one. ... Rapping, the rhythmic delivery of rhymes, is one of the four central elements of hip-hop culture. ... Beatboxing is the vocal percussion of hip hop culture and music. ... Trip hop (also known as the Bristol sound) is a term coined by United Kingdom dance magazine Mixmag, to describe a musical trend in the mid-1990s; trip hop is downtempo electronic music that grew out of Englands hip hop and house scenes. ... Hip hop music can be subdivided into subgenres, fusions with other genres and regional hip hop scenes. ... Abstract hip hop is a genre that differs from other hip hop music largely in the content of the lyrics. ... Chopped and screwed is a term that refers to a certain technique of remixing hip-hop music by slowing the tempo and applying various DJ techniques such as skipping beats, record scratching, stop-time, and sending portions of the music through stand-alone effects to make a chopped-up version... Christian hip hop, originally Gospel rap, but also known as Holy hip hop, or Christian rap is a form of hip hop music that uses Christian-themed lyrics to express the songwriters faith. ... Crunk music (also spelled Krunk Muzik) is a specific type of hip hop music, based out of the southern United States, particularly on the eastern side of Atlanta, Georgia, and Memphis, Tennessee. ... Gangsta rap is a subgenre of hip hop music which involves a lyrical focus on the lifestyles of inner-city thugs, criminals and gangsters. ... G-funk, an abbreviation of Gangsta-funk, is a type of hip hop music that emerged from West Coast gangsta rap in the early 1990s. ... Hardcore hip hop is a form of hip hop music that has confrontational, often violent lyrics, and generally sparse, gritty urban beats. ... Killa C album cover Horrorcore (also known as Death Rap, Murder Rap, Acid Rap and Wicked Shit) is a sub-genre of hip hop music that evolved from pioneers such as Kool Keith, Insane Poetry, Ganksta NIP, Esham, The Flatlinerz, KGP, Brotha Lynch Hung and The Gravediggaz. ... Instrumental hip hop is hip hop music without vocals. ... Jazz rap is a fusion of alternative hip hop music and jazz, developed in the very late 1980s and early 1990s. ... Latin rap is not a homogeneous musical style but rather a term that covers all hip-hop music recorded by Latinos, as in Chicano Rap, Hip Hop Latino, and Hip Hop en espanol. ... Nerdcore hip hop, or geeksta rap, is a subgenre of hip hop music that is performed by nerds, and is characterized by themes and subject matter considered to be of general interest to nerds. ... Old school hip hop is the very first hip hop to come out of the block parties of New York City in the 1970s and early 1980s. ... Pop-rap is a variety of hip-hop that has pop,R&B, and dance influences. ... Country-rap is the fusion of country music with hip hop music. ... Electro hop is a form of dance music mixed with hip hop which arose in Southern California in the early 1980s. ... Freestyle or Latin freestyle, also called Latin hip-hop in its early years, is a form of electronic music that is heavily influenced by Hispanic and African-American culture. ... Hip house, also known as house rap, is a mixture of house music and hip-hop which arose during the 1980s in New York. ... Hip life is a fusion of two styles of music, Ghanaian highlife and American hip hop. ... Ghettotech is a form of electronic dance music based in Detroit that combines Chicagos ghetto house, electro, hip-hop, techno, and grafts the perceived raunch of Miami Bass. ... Hip-hop soul is, despite its name, a subgenre of contemporary R&B. The term generally describes a style of music that blends R&B singing and hip hop production. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Neo soul (also known as nu soul) is a musical genre that fuses contemporary R&B, 1970s style soul, and hip hop. ... New jack swing is a hybrid style of rhythm and blues (R&B) combined with hip hop, popular from the late 1980s to early/mid-1990s. ... Raggamuffin (or ragga) is a kind of reggae rap that includes digitized backing instrumentation. ... Rap metal is a musical genre that takes influence from both rap music and heavy metal music. ... Reggaeton is a form of dance music which became popular with Latin American youth during the late 1990s and spread to North American and European audiences during the first few years of the 21st century. ... Urban Pasifika is a sub-genre of hip-hop which combines American style hip-hop or R&B rhyming and beats with Pacific Island or Maori instrumentation (such as ukelele samples) and Pacific Island or Maori language singing/rapping. ... Hip hop has been popular in Africa since the early 1980s due to widespread American influence. ... In the early 1990s, two styles of hip hop were popular. ... In the 1980s, hip hop music began to break into the mainstream of the United States. ... It has been suggested that Dirty South be merged into this article or section. ... Midwest rap is a style of hip hop that originated in the midwestern United States, in areas including Cleveland, Ohio and Chicago, Illinois. ... Beatboxing is the vocal percussion of hip hop culture and music. ... This USPS stamp depicts an 80s breakdancer and a boombox. ... For other meanings of DJ, see DJ (disambiguation). ... Turntablism is a subgenre of hip hop. ... Breakdancer in Ljubljana. ... Hip hop fashion is, according to KRS One, one of the nine extended elements of hip-hop culture. ... Hip hop music is the engine of hip-hop culture, and is currently among the most popular and lucrative music in the world. ... Feuds and rivalries have existed since the dawn of hip hop, which originated in the 1970s in New York City, United States. ... Graffiti on the banks of the Tiber river in Rome, Italy. ... The history of hip hop music begins in the early 1970s in New York City. ... Alphanumeric List 1-9 1200 Techniques 2 Live Crew Fresh Kid Ice Luke Skyywalker Mr. ... Rapping, the rhythmic delivery of rhymes, is one of the four central elements of hip-hop culture. ... Hip hop culture, including rapping, scratching, graffiti, and breakdancing, emerged from 1970s block parties in New York City, specifically The Bronx (Toop, 1991). ... Hip-hop music uses a varied accumulation of slang terms that have changed as hip-hop itself has evolved and changed. ... The factual accuracy of this article is disputed. ... A genre is a division of a particular form of art according to criteria particular to that form. ... Collaboration, literally, consists of working together with one or more other people. ... A social network is a social structure between actors, mostly individuals or organizations. ... Jazz master Louis Armstrong remains one of the most loved and best known of all jazz musicians. ... Musical genres are categories which contain music which share a certain style or which have certain elements in common. ... The word culture, from the Latin colere, with its root meaning to cultivate, generally refers to patterns of human activity and the symbolic structures that give such activity significance. ... Alphanumeric List 1-9 1200 Techniques 2 Live Crew Fresh Kid Ice Luke Skyywalker Mr. ... Christopher Brian Bridges (born September 11, 1977 in Champaign, Illinois), once known as Chris Lova Lova and best known as Ludacris, is an American rapper and actor. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Posse may refer to: Look up Posse in Wiktionary, the free dictionary A group of people compelled to assist law enforcement in unusual circumstances under the sheriffs common law power of Posse Comitatus. ... Dance (from Old French dancier, perhaps from Frankish) generally refers to human movement either used as a form of expression (see also body language) or presented in a social, spiritual or performance setting. ...


Most of the collaboration consists of other rappers contributing lyrics to one rapper's song, but R&B singers also frequently contribute to chorusses for instance. To a lesser extent also pop singers contribute. Hip-hop even crosses with genre's like rock. Rhythm and blues (or R & B) is a musical marketing term introduced in the United States in the late 1940s by Billboard magazine. ... For the 1979 song by M, see Pop Muzik. ... Rock and roll (also spelled Rock n Roll, especially in its first decade), also called rock, is a form of popular music, usually featuring vocals (often with vocal harmony), electric guitars and a strong back beat; other instruments, such as the saxophone, are common in some styles. ...


Below is a list of notable collaborations between hip hop artists and the song.

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Within Hip-Hop

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  • 2Pac + 50 Cent: "Tha Realist Killaz"
  • 2Pac + 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Loyal to the Game"
  • 2Pac + Dr. Dre: "California Love"
  • 2Pac + K-Ci and Jo-Jo: "How Do U Want It"
  • 2Pac + Notorious B.I.G.: "Runnin (Dying to Live)"
  • 50 Cent + Baby Sham + Busta Rhymes + Rampage: "Wanksta (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Bishop Don 'Magic' Juan + Snoop Dogg: "P.I.M.P. (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Bravehearts + Nas: "Who U Rep Wit"
  • 50 Cent + Busta Rhymes + Eminem: "Hail Mary (Ja Rule Diss)"
  • 50 Cent + Dr. Dre + Jay-Z: "If I Can't (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Eminem: "Gatman And Robbin'"
  • 50 Cent + Eminem: "Patiently Waiting"
  • 50 Cent + Eminem + Notorious B.I.G.: "To All My Niggas (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Hope + Tony Yayo: "Call Me"
  • 50 Cent + Juvenile + Lloyd Banks + Skip + Tony Yayo + Young Buck: "A Little Bit of Everything U.T.P."
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "50/Banks"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "Banks Workout"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "Banks Victory"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "G-Unit"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "Got Me a Bottle"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "Smile"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "What Goes Around"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Eminem: "Don't Push Me"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Joe + Young Buck: "Wanna Get to Know You"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Olivia + Young Buck: "Unconditionally"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Scarlett + Tony Yayo: "Elementary"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Snoop Dogg + Young Buck: "P.I.M.P. (G-Unit Remix)
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "8 Mile Road (G-Unit Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "After My Chedda"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Bad News"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "E.M.S."
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Fat Bitch"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Follow Me Gangster"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "G-Unit Soldiers"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "G-Unit That's What's Up"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Groupie Love"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "PT2 & Bump Heads"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Say What You Want"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Soldier"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "That's What's Up"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "True Loyalty"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "We Run These Streets"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo + Raphael Saadiq: "U Should Be Here"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Angels Around Me"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Baby U Got"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Beg for Mercy"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Betta Ask Somebody"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Eye for Eye"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Gangsta Shit"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "G'd Up"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Lay You Down"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "My Buddy"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Poppin' Them Thangs"
  • 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Stunt 101"
  • 50 Cent + Mobb Deep + M.O.P.: "Outta Control (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Nas + Nature: "Too Hot"
  • 50 Cent + Nate Dogg: "21 Questions"
  • 50 Cent + Noreaga: "Make Money By Any Means"
  • 50 Cent + Notorious B.I.G.: "To All My Niggas"
  • 50 Cent + Skip + Young Buck: "G-Unit / U.T.P."
  • 50 Cent + Snoop Dogg + Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "P.I.M.P."
  • 50 Cent + The Game + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo + Young Buck: "Hate It or Love It (Remix)"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "Back Seat/Tony Yayo"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "Bump Dat Street Mix"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "I Run New York"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "Like My Style"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "My Toy Soldier"
  • 50 Cent + Tony Yayo: "Tony Yayo Explosion"
  • 50 Cent + Young Buck: "Blood Hound"
  • 50 Cent + Young Buck: "Footprints"

Years after his death, Tupac Shakur is still considered one of the most influential hip hop artists of all time. ... K-Ci and JoJo is an American R&B duo, comprised of brothers Cedric K-Ci Hailey and Joel Jo-Jo Hailey. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... Mobb Deep, also known as The Infamous Mobb Deep, is a hip hop duo from Queensbridge, New York. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

A

  • Amil + Jay-Z: "Heard it All Before"
  • Amil + Jay-Z: "That's Right"
  • Amil + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: "4 Da Fam"
  • Amil + Da Brat + Eve + Jay-Z: "Road Dawgs"
  • Angie Martinez + Jay-Z: "Mi Amor"
  • AZ + Amil: "How Many Wanna"
  • AZ + Animal: "It B's Like That"
  • AZ + Animal + Trav: "Hustler"
  • AZ + Beanie Sigel: "That's Real"
  • AZ + Begetz + Half-A-Mil: "Street Life"
  • AZ + Bounty Killer: "Envious"
  • AZ + Canibus + Foxy Brown + Nas + Nature: "Desperados"
  • AZ + CL Smooth: "Live Wire/Magic Hour/The Truth"
  • AZ + Dawn Robinson + Foxy Brown + Nas: "Firm Biz"
  • AZ + Dr. Dre + Nas + Nature: "Phone Tap"
  • AZ + El Shaber: "I'm Back"
  • AZ + Foxy Brown: "What Ya'll Niggas Want"
  • AZ + Foxy Brown + Nas: "Firm Fiasco"
  • AZ + Foxy Brown + Panama P.I.: "Trial of the Century"
  • AZ + Ghostface Killah + Raekwon: "New York"
  • AZ + Half-A-Mil + Nature: "Half-A-Mil / Love is Love"
  • AZ + Jermaine Dupri: "Rock Me"
  • AZ + Joe + Nas: "Everything is Everything (Remix)"
  • AZ + Nas: "The Essence"
  • AZ + Nas: "Gimme Yours"
  • AZ + Nas: "How Ya Livin'"
  • AZ + Nas: "Mo Money, Mo Murder (Homicide)"
  • AZ + Nas: "Serious"
  • AZ + Nas + Nature: "Executive Decisions"
  • AZ + Nas + Nature: "Time"
  • AZ + Nature: "It's a Boy Thing"
  • AZ + Raekwon: "Doe or Die (RZA remix)"
  • AZ + RZA: "Whatever Happened (The Birth)"

Amil (an acronym for All Money Is Legal) is a female rapper (nee Amilian) who had prominence in the late 90s as a Jay-Z protegé. Her album including Aretha Franklin singing background on the first track and the hit single I Got That, a duet with Beyoncé, featuring Eve. ... Angie Martinez Angie Martinez is a Bronx-born Puerto Rican, who made a name for herself as a disc jockey on New Yorks hip hop radio station Hot 97. ... Look up AZ and az in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...

B

  • Beanie Sigel + Amil + Jay-Z: "Playa"
  • Beanie Sigel + Freeway + Jay-Z + Lil Chris: "Think It's a Game"
  • Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "It's On"
  • Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "Raw & Uncut"
  • Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z + Rell: "Still Got Love For You"
  • Big Boi + Ludacris: "Tomb of the Bomb"
  • Big Boi + Jay-Z + Killer Mike: "Flip-Flop Rock"
  • Big Boi + Missy Elliot: " All in My Grill"
  • Big Boi + Jay-z +Twista + Killer Mike: "Poppin Tags"
  • Big Daddy Kane + Scoob + Sauce + Shyheim + Jay-Z + Ol Dirty Bastard: "Show and Prove"
  • Big L + 2Pac: "Deadly Combination"
  • Big L + AG: "Day One"
  • Big L + AG: "Speak To The Fans"
  • Big L + AG: "The Enemy (Live From Amsterdam version)"
  • Big L + Big Daddy Kane: "Platinum Plus"
  • Big L + Cam'ron + Mase: "American Dream"
  • Big L + Cam'ron + Mase: "C.O.C. Style II"
  • Big L + Fat Joe: "The Enemy"
  • Big L + Jay-Z: "Back 2 Back"
  • Big L + Jay-Z: "Back to Back Pt. II"
  • Big L + Jay-Z: "Da Graveyard"
  • Big L + Kool G Rap: "Fall Back"
  • Big L + O.C + Fat Joe + Remy Martin: "The Triboro"
  • Big L + Sadat X + Guru: "Games"
  • Big L + Stand Spit: "Who You Slidin' Wit"
  • Big L + Stand Spit + A.G. + Miss Jones: "Holdin' It Down"
  • Big Stan + DMX: "Walk With Me"
  • Billy Danze + Lil' Fame + Jay-Z + Teflon: "4 Alarm Blaze"
  • Bizarre + Eminem + Kon Artist + Kuniva + Proof + 50 Cent: "Rap Game"
  • Black Child + Ja Rule + Tah Murda + Vita + Busta Rhymes + Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: "Holla Holla (Remix)"
  • Bravehearts + Jully Black + Nas: "Situations"
  • Bravehearts + Lil Jon + Nas: "Quick To Back Down"
  • Bravehearts + Nas: "Bravehearted"
  • Bravehearts + Nas: "Twilight"
  • Bumpy Knuckles + Nas: "Turn Up the Mic"
  • Busta Rhymes + Method Man: "What's Happenin'?"
  • Busta Rhymes + DMX + Jay-Z: "Why We Die"

Image:BeanieSigel 150x200. ... Big Boi (left) on the cover of Speakerboxxx/The Love Below Big Boi (born Antwan André Patton on February 1, 1975 in Savannah, Georgia) is an African American hip hop artist and producer; one half of the successful and avant-garde hip-hop duo OutKast. ... Big Daddy Kane Big Daddy Kane (born Antonio Hardy, 10 September 1968) is a rapper from Brooklyn, New York. ... For the radio station Radio London, reopened in 2005, broadcasting on 1395kHz AM/215m Medium Wave and Sky Digital channel 940 For the original British offshore radio station named Big L in 1964, see Wonderful Radio London For the rapper born Lamont Coleman on May 30, 1974, died c. ... Busta Rhymes Busta Rhymes (born Trevor James Smith, May 20, 1972) is an American hip hop musician and actor and brother of Brodie Edwards known as Busta Rhymes the 2nd. ...

C

  • Cam'ron + DMX: "Pull It"
  • Cam'ron + Jay-Z + Juelz Santana: "Welcome to New York City"
  • Capone-N-Noreaga + Nas: "B EZ"
  • Cassidy + Nas + Quan: "Can't Fade Me"
  • Cha Cha + Nas: "M.O.M.M.Y."
  • Chingy + Ludacris + Snoop Dogg: "Holidae Inn"
  • Cormega + Nas + Screwball: "On The Real"

Cameron Giles (born February 4, 1976), better known as Camron or Killa Cam, is a popular African-American rapper from Harlem, New York. ... Capone-N-Noreaga (C-N-N for short) is an East Coast hip hop duo that consists of Capone (Kiam Holley) and Noreaga (Victor Santiago). ... Chingy, as seen on the cover of Jackpot Chingy (born Howard Bailey, Jr. ... Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg (born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. ... Image:Cormega. ...

D

  • Dame Grease + DMX + Big Stan + Meeno: "The Future"
  • Diplomats + DMX: "What's Really Good"
  • DMX + 50 Cent + Styles P: "Shot Down"
  • DMX + Big Stan: "On Top"
  • DMX + Big Stan + Loose + Kasino + Dragon: "For my Dogs"
  • DMX + Cam'ron: "We Go Hard"
  • DMX + Drag-On: "Who, Ruff Ryders"
  • DMX + Drag-On + Eve + Jadakiss + Styles P: "Ruff Ryder's Anthem (Remix)"
  • DMX + Drag-On + Eve + The L.O.X.: "Ryde or Die"
  • DMX + Drag-On + Mysonne: "Problem Child"
  • DMX + Drag-On + Swizz Beatz: "No Love 4 Me"
  • DMX + Drag-On + The Luniz: "Ryde or Die (Remix)"
  • DMX + Dyme: "Good Girls, Bad Guys"
  • DMX + Dyme: "I'm Gonna Crawl"
  • DMX + Eminem + Obie Trice: "Go to Sleep"
  • DMX + Eve + Jadakiss: "We're Back"
  • DMX + Ja Rule + Method Man + Nas + Vita: "Grand Finale (Murda Mix)"
  • DMX + Jadakiss + Kartoon + Flashy: "Get Wild"
  • DMX + Jadakiss + Styles P: "We Don't Give a Fuck"
  • DMX + Jay-Z + Ja Rule: "Murdergram"
  • DMX + Jay-Z + The L.O.X.: "Blackout"
  • DMX + Sheek: "Get at me Dog"
  • DMX + Sheek + Syleena Johnson + Infa-Red and Cross + Drag-On: "Untouchable"
  • DMX + The Lox + Drag-on: "D-X-L (Hard White)"
  • DMX + The Lox + Mase: "Niggaz Done Started Something"
  • Drag-On + DMX: "Get it Right"
  • Drag-On + DMX: "Let's Get Crazy"
  • Drag-On + DMX: "Niggas Die 4 Me"
  • Drag-On + Eve + Jadakiss + Styles P + Sheek + DMX: "We in Here"

DMX can mean: Rapper named DMX DMX Krew, an electronic music producer Digital Multiplex or DMX-512, a lighting communications protocol. ... DMX can mean: Rapper named DMX DMX Krew, an electronic music producer Digital Multiplex or DMX-512, a lighting communications protocol. ...

E

  • Eightball + Canibus + DMX + McGruff: "Pure Uncut Remix"
  • Eminem + 50 Cent + Dr. Dre: "Encore"
  • Eminem + 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks + Tony Yayo: "Bump Heads"
  • Eminem + 50 Cent + Obie Trice: "Love Me"
  • Eminem + 50 Cent + Obie Trice + Stat Quo: "Spend Some Time"
  • Eminem + Dr Dre + Nate Dogg + Snoop Dogg + Xzibit: "Bitch Please II"
  • Eminem + Nate Dogg: "Never Enough"
  • Eminem + Obie Trice : "Drips"
  • Eve + DMX: "Dog Match"
  • Eve + DMX: "Scream Double R"
  • Eve + DMX + Jadakiss + Styles P + Sheek + Drag-On: "Scenario 2000 (Jigga My Nigga Remix)"

Eminem, (born Marshall Bruce Mathers III on October 17, 1973 in St. ... Andre Young (born February 18, 1965 in Los Angeles, California), better known as Dr. Dre, became a pioneer in todays hip-hop culture and gangsta rap. ... Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg (born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. ... Xzibit Xzibit is the stage name of Alvin Nathaniel Joiner (born January 8, 1974). ...

F

  • Fat Joe + Big Punisher + Jadakiss + Nas + Raekwon: "John Blaze"
  • Foxy Brown + DMX: "Dog & A Fox"
  • Foxy Brown + Jay-Z: "Bonnie & Clyde Part II"
  • Foxy Brown + Jay-Z: "I'll Be"
  • Foxy Brown + Nas: "Hardcore"
  • Foxy Brown + Nas + Pretty Boy: "Firm All Stars"
  • Foxy Brown + AZ + Nas + Nature: "La Familia"
  • Freeway + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "What We Do"
  • Freeway + Mariah Carey + Jay-Z: "You Got Me"

Fat Joe. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ...

G

 Game ft. R-kelly - playas only  Game - Dreams (produced by kanye west)


H

  • Harlem World + Carl Thomas + Nas: "You Made Me"
  • Havoc + 50 Cent + Noyd: "Bump That"

Harlem World is the multi-platinum debut album by rapper Mase, released October 28, 1997. ...

I

  • Ice Cube + DMX: "We Be Clubbin' (Clark World Remix)"
  • Ice T + Jay-Z: "Intro (7th Deadly Sin"

Ice Cube Ice Cube (born OShea Jackson on June 15, 1969) is an African American actor and rapper, originally a member of the controversial group N.W.A (Niggaz With Attitude) until launching a successful solo career in music and cinema. ... Tracy Marrow (born February 16, 1958), better known as Ice T or Ice-T, is an American rapper, singer and actor. ...

J

  • Ja Rule + Ashanti + Jay-Z: "Always On Time (Remix)"
  • Ja Rule + 2Pac + Ashanti + Nas: "The Pledge Remix"
  • Ja Rule + Jay-Z: "Kill 'Em All"
  • Ja Rule + Jay-Z + DMX: "It's Murda"
  • Jadakiss + Common + Nas + Styles P + Anthony Hamilton: "Why (Remix)"
  • Jadakiss + DMX: "Un-Hunh!"
  • Jadakiss + Styles P + Sheek Luchion + DMX + Lil Kim: "Money, Power & Respect"
  • Jadakiss + Styles P + Sheek Luchion + Jay-Z + Kelly Price: "So Right (rmx)"
  • Jadakiss + Nas: "Show Discipline"
  • Jayo Felony + DMX + Method Man: "Whatcha Gonna Do"
  • Jay-Z + Amil: "S. Carter"
  • Jay-Z + Amil + Beanie Sigel + Memphis Bleek: "You, Me, Him and Her"
  • Jay-Z + Amil + Ja Rule: "Can I Get A..."
  • Jay-Z + Amil + Jaz: "Nigga What, Nigga Who (Originator '99)"
  • Jay-Z + Amil + Memphis Bleek + Timbaland: "Hey Papi"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel: "Stick 2 the Script"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel: "Streets is Talking"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel: "Where Have You Been"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Daz Dillinger + Kurupt + Memphis Bleek: "Change the Game (Remix)"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Freeway + Memphis Bleek: "1-900-Hustler"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Memphis Bleek: "Change the Game"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Memphis Bleek: "Crew Love"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Memphis Bleek: "The R.O.C."
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Memphis Bleek + Amil: "Pop 4 Roc"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Scareface: "Some How Some Way"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Scareface: "This Can't Be Life"
  • Jay-Z + Beanie Sigel + Jadakiss + Sauce Money + Styles P + Sheek Luchion: "Reservoir Dogs"
  • Jay-Z + Beyonce Knowles: "'03 Bonny & Clyde"
  • Jay-Z + Big Boi + Killer Mike + Twista: "Poppin' Tags"
  • Jay-Z + Big Jaz + Sauce Money: "Bring It On"
  • Jay-Z + Boo + Gotti: "20 Bag Shorty"
  • Jay-Z + Cam'Ron + Freeway + Oschino + Sparks + Young Chris + Peedi Crakk: "Roc Army"
  • Jay-Z + Da Ranjahz: "If I Should Die"
  • Jay-Z + DMX: "Money, Cash, Hoes"
  • Jay-Z + Dr. Dre: "Watch Me"
  • Jay-Z + Dr. Dre + Rakim: "The Watcher Pt.2"
  • Jay-Z + Eminem: "Renegade"
  • Jay-Z + Faith Evans + Notorious B.I.G.: "A Dream"
  • Jay-Z + Foxy Brown: "Ain't No Nigga"
  • Jay-Z + Foxy Brown + Babyface: "(Always Be My) Sunshine"
  • Jay-Z + Foxy Brown: "Paper Chase"
  • Jay-Z + Freeway: "8 Miles and Running"
  • Jay-Z + Freeway + Memphis Bleek + Peedi Crakk + Sparks + Young Guns + Rell: "As One"
  • Jay-Z + Geda K + Memphis Bleek: "Chill"
  • Jay-Z + Ja Rule: "Gangsta Shit"
  • Jay-Z + Jermaine Dupri: "Money Ain't a Thang"
  • Jay-Z + Juvenile: "Snoopy Track"
  • Jay-Z + Kanye West: "Excuse Me Miss Again (Remix)"
  • Jay-Z + Kanye West: "Girls, Girls, Girls (Remix)
  • Jay-Z + Kid Capri: "It's Like That"
  • Jay-Z + Lord Tariq + Nas: "Analyze This"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: Can I Live II"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: "Coming of Age"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: "Coming of Age (Da Sequel)"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek: "It's Alright"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek + Beanie Sigel: "More Money, More Cash, More Hoes (Remix)"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek + Beanie Sigel: "From Marcy to Hollywood"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek + Sauce Money: "What the Game Made Me"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek + Sauce Money + Wais: "Celebration"
  • Jay-Z + Memphis Bleek + Snoop Dogg: "Get Your Mind Right Mami"
  • Jay-Z + Missy Elliott + Twista: "Is That Yo Bitch?"
  • Jay-Z + Notorious B.I.G.: "Brooklyn's Finest"
  • Jay-Z + Pharrell Williams: "Excuse Me Miss"
  • Jay-Z + Pharrell Williams: "Fuck All Nite
  • Jay-Z + Pharrell Williams + Young Chris: "Nigga Please"
  • Jay-Z + Puff Daddy + Lil Kim: "I Know What Girls Like"
  • Jay-Z + Sauce Money: "Face Off"
  • Jay-Z + Timbaland: "2 Many Hoes"
  • Jay-Z + Too $hort: "A Week Ago"
  • Jay-Z + Too $hort: "Real Niggas"
  • Jay-Z + UGK: "Big Pimpin'"
  • Jaz-O + Dibiase + Jay-Z: "Let's Go"
  • Jaz-O + Jay-Z: "Fun"
  • Jaz-O + Jay-Z: "Hawaiian Sophie"
  • Jaz-O + Jay-Z: "The Originators"
  • Jaz-O + Jay-Z + Sauce Money + Tone Hooker: "Foundation"
  • Jermaine Dupri + Jay-Z: "Money Ain't a Thang"
  • Jermaine Dupri + Monica + Nas: "I've Got to Have It"
  • Jermaine Dupri + Monica + Nas: "I Still Got to Have It"
  • Jermaine Dupri + Nas: "Turn it Out"
  • Jon B + Coko + Jay-Z: "Keep it Real"
  • Jon B + Nas: "Finer Things"
  • Juvenile + Jay-Z: "Ha (Jay-Z Remix)"

Ja Rule in Half Past Dead Jeffery Atkins (born February 29, 1976 in Hollis, Queens, New York City), better known as Ja Rule (Jeffery Atkins Represents Unconditional Love Exists), is a thuggish rapper who made a string of popular hip hop songs in the 2000s. ... Jadakiss Jadakiss (born Jason Phillips in Yonkers, New York) is a popular American rapper. ... Jay-Z (aka the Jigga, HOV and Hova, born Shawn Carter on December 4, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an African American rapper/hip hop artist and record label executive; one of the most popular and successful rappers of the late 1990s and early 2000s. ... Beyoncé in 2004 with her five Grammys. ... Dr. Dre Dr. Dre (born Andre Romel Young on February 18, 1965, in Compton, Los Angeles, California) is an African-American record producer, rapper, and record executive, one of the most successful and well-known producers in the field of hip hop music. ... Rakim (full name Rakim Allah, born William Michael Griffin) on January 28, 1968 in Wyandanch, Long Island, New York) is a American rapper. ... Christopher Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), also known as Biggie Smalls (after a stylish gangster in the 1975 comedy, Lets Do it Again), but best known as The Notorious B.I.G. (Business Instead of Game). ... Jermaine Dupri (born Jermaine Dupri Mauldin on September 23, 1972 in Asheville, North Carolina) is an African-American record producer and rapper. ...

K

  • Kanye West + Busta Rhymes + Jay-Z + Mos Def + Talib Kweli: "Get By (Remix) (I'm Good version)"
  • Kanye West + Jay-Z: "Diamonds from Sierra Leone (Remix)"
  • Kanye West + Jay-Z + Jim Morrison + Bobby "Blue" Bland + David Ruffin: "Blueprint Complication"
  • Kanye West + Jay-Z + J. Ivy: "Never Let Me Down"
  • Kanye West + Ludacris: "Breathe In, Breathe Out"
  • Kanye West + Nas: "We Major"
  • Kobe Bryant + 50 Cent + Broadly Boy + Nas: "Thug Poet"
  • Kool G Rap + Nas: "Fast Life"

Kanye West Kanye West (pronounced /ˈkɑnjeɪ/ or KAHN-yay) (born June 8, 1977 in Atlanta, Georgia) is an African American hip hop artist based in Chicago, Illinois. ... Kool G Rap (born Nathaniel Wilson July 20, 1968) is an American hardcore rapper from Queens, New York. ...

L

  • Large Professor + Nas: "One Plus One"
  • Large Professor + Nas: "Stay Chizzle"
  • Lil' Cease + Blake C + Jay-Z + Mr. Bristal: "4 My Niggaz"
  • Lil' Flip + Bun B + Young Buck: "Game Over (Remix)"
  • Lil' Jon + Bun B + Ice Cube + Jadakiss + Nas + T.I.: "Grand Finale"
  • Lil' Kim + 50 Cent: "Magic Stick"
  • Lil' Kim + Jay-Z: "Queen Bitch 2 (Remix)"
  • Lil' Kim + Lil' Cease + Jay-Z: "Big Momma Thang"
  • LL Cool J + DMX + Method Man + Redman: "Fuhgidabowdit"
  • LL Cool J + Method Man + Redman + DMX + Canibus + Master P: "4,3,2,1"
  • Lloyd Banks + Young Buck: "Salute U"
  • Ludacris + 50 Cent: "Blow it Out (Remix)"

Kimberly Denise Jones (born July 11, 1975), also known as Lil Kim and the Queen Bee, is an American rap music artist, known for her sexually explicit lyrics and the revealing outfits she wears in her public appearances and magazine layouts. ... James Todd Smith (born January 14, 1968) is an American hip hop artist better known by his stage name, LL Cool J (Ladies Love Cool James). He is best known for romantic ballads like I Need Love as well as hardcore rap like I Cant Live Without My Radio... Lloyd Banks (born Christopher Lloyd, New Carrollton, Maryland, USA, April 30, 1982), is a rapper and member of the G-Unit hip-hop music clique. ... Christopher Brian Bridges (born September 11, 1977 in Champaign, Illinois), once known as Chris Lova Lova and best known as Ludacris, is an American rapper and actor. ...

M

  • Main Source + Nas + Fatal + Akinyele: "Live at the Barbeque"
  • Marc Live + 50 Cent: "Welcome to My World"
  • Mase + Black Rob + DMX + The Lox + Puff Daddy: "24 Hours To Live"
  • Mase + DMX: "Take What's Yours"
  • Mase + Jay-Z + Lil' Cease: "Cheat On You"
  • Master P + Halleluyah + Young Buck: "Yappin'"
  • Master P + Mac + Nas + Sons of Funk: "Where Do We Go From Here"
  • Memphis Bleek + Amil + Jay-Z: "P.Y.T."
  • Memphis Bleek + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "Change Up"
  • Memphis Bleek + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "Murda Murda"
  • Memphis Bleek + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z + H Money: "My Mind Right (Remix)"
  • Memphis Bleek + Geda K + Jay-Z + Lil' Cease: "1, 2 Y'all"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z: "All Types of Shit"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z: "Do My"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z: "Everything's a Go"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z: "What You Think of That"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z + Missy Elliott: "Is That Yo Chick?"
  • Memphis Bleek + Jay-Z + Missy Elliott + Twista: "Is That Your Chick (The Lost Verses)"
  • Memphis Bleek + T.I. + Trick Daddy: Round Here
  • MF DOOM + Count Bass D: "Potholderz"
  • MF DOOM + MC Paul Barman + Prince Paul: "Hot Guacamole"
  • Mic Geronimo + DMX + Black Rob: "Nothin' Move But The Money"
  • Mic Geronimo + DMX + Ja Rule + The Lox + Tragedy Khadafi: "Usual Suspects"
  • Mic Geronimo + Ja Rule + Jay-Z + DMX: "Time to Build"
  • Mic Geronimo + Jay-Z + Carl Thomas: "Single Life"
  • Missy Elliott + 50 Cent: "Work It (Remix)"
  • Missy Elliott + Big Boi: "All N My Grill"
  • Missy Elliott + Eve + Lil' Mo + Nas + Q-Tip: "Hot Boyz (Remix)"
  • Missy Elliott + Jay-Z: "Back in the Day"
  • Missy Elliott + Jay-Z: "One Minute Man (Remix)"
  • Missy Elliott + Jay-Z: "Wake Up"
  • Missy Elliott + Ludacris: "Gossip Folks'"
  • Missy Elliott + Young Buck: "Pass That Dutch (Amended Version)"
  • Mobb Deep + 50 Cent: "Clap Those Thangs"
  • Mobb Deep + Nas: "It's Mine"
  • Mobb Deep + Nas: "Tick Tock"
  • Mobb Deep + Nas + Big Noyd: "Give It Up Fast"
  • Mobb Deep + Nas + Raekwon: "Eye for an Eye (Your Beef is Mines)"
  • Ms. Jade + Jay-Z: "Count it Off"

Ma$e, on the cover of his 2004 album Welcome Back. ... The neutrality of this article is disputed. ... Memphis-(M)_aking (E)_asy (M)_oney (P)_imping (H)_oes (I)_s (S)_imple Bleek (born Malik Thuston Cox on June 23, 1978) is a New York rapper who regularly came in contact with rap legends such asThe Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z during his childhood and... This article needs cleanup. ... Paul Barman is a rapper from Ridgewood, New Jersey. ... Prince Paul (born Paul Huston) is a legendary DJ and hip hop producer. ... Missy Elliott on the cover of her album The Cookbook Missy Elliott (born Melissa Arnette Elliott on July 1, 1971) is an American singer, rapper, songwriter, and record producer. ... Mobb Deep, also known as The Infamous Mobb Deep, is a hip hop duo from Queensbridge, New York. ...

N

  • Nas + 2Pac + J. Phoenix: "Thugz Mansion
  • Nas + AZ: "Life's a Bitch"
  • Nas + AZ: "The Flyest"
  • Nas + Blitz: "Every Ghetto"
  • Nas + Bravehearts: "Oochie Wally (Remix)"
  • Nas + Bravehearts: "Quiet Niggas"
  • Nas + Bravehearts: "What You Gonna Do"
  • Nas + Busta Rhymes: "Suicide Bounce"
  • Nas + DMX: "Life Is What You Make It"
  • Nas + DMX + Method Man + Ja Rule: "Grand Finale"
  • Nas + Foxy Brown + AZ + Cormega: "Affirmative Action"
  • Nas + Jadakiss + Ludacris: "Made You Look (Remix)"
  • Nas + Lake: "Let 'Em Hang"
  • Nas + Lake: "One Never Knows"
  • Nas + Lake: "Revolutionary Warfare"
  • Nas + Ludacris + Doug E. Fresh: "Virgo"
  • Nas + Millennium Thug: "My Country"
  • Nas + Mobb Deep: "Family"
  • Nas + Mobb Deep: "Live Nigga Rap"
  • Nas + Nashawn + Millennium Thug: "Last Words"
  • Nas + Nate Dogg + JS: "Good Life"
  • Nas + Nature: "In Too Deep"
  • Nas + Pharrell: "Nas' Angels... The Flyest"
  • Nas + Quan: "Just a Moment"
  • Nas + Rising Son: "Thief's Theme Remix"
  • Nas + Scarface: "Favor for a Favor"
  • Nature + Nas: "The Ultimate High"
  • Neptunes + Kelis + Nas: "Popular Thug"
  • Noreaga + Nas: "Body in the Trunk"
  • Noreaga + Nas + Nature: "Bloody Money Pt. 2"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Angela Winbush + Jay-Z: "I Love the Dough"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Beanie Sigel + Black Rob + Ice Cube: "If I Should Die Before I Wake"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Big Tymers + Hot Boyz: "Hope You Niggas Sleep"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Busta Rythmes + Mark Curry + Snoop Dogg: "Dangerous MC's"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Craig Mack + G-Dep + Missy Elliott: "Let Me Get Down"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Eminem: "Dead Wrong"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Joe Hooker + Mobb Deep: "Tonight"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Junior M.A.F.I.A.: "Biggie"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + K-Ci and JoJo + Nas: "I Really Want to Show You"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Lil' Cease: "Can I Get Witcha"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Lil' Kim: "Another"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Lil' Kim + P. Diddy: "Notorious B.I.G."
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Lil' Kim + P. Diddy: "Would You Die For Me"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Mase + P. Diddy: "Mo Money Mo Problems"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Method Man: "The What"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Method Man + Redman: "Rap Phenomenon"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + P. Diddy + Too Short: "World Is Filled"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + The Lox: "Last Day"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Thugs-N-Harmony: "Notorious Thugs"
  • Notorious B.I.G. + Too Short: "Big Booty Hoes"

Look up Nas and NAS in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... Look up AZ and az in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ... This article needs to be cleaned up to conform to a higher standard of quality. ... Image:Cormega. ... N.O.R.E. (formerly known as Noreaga, born Victor Santiago) is an African-American rapper and member of the hip hop group C-N-N (formerly known as Capone-N-Noreaga). N.O.R.E. stands for Niggaz on (the) Run Eatin. Half African American and half Puerto Rican... Christopher Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), also known as Biggie Smalls (after a stylish gangster in the 1975 comedy, Lets Do it Again), but best known as The Notorious B.I.G. (Business Instead of Game). ... Method Man Method Man (born Clifford Smith, April 1, 1971 in Hempstead, Long Island, New York) is an American rapper and member of the hip hop collective, Wu-Tang Clan. ...

O

  • Obie Trice + 50 Cent + Eminem + Lloyd Banks: "We All Die One Day"
  • Obie Trice + Nate Dogg: "The Setup"
  • O.C. + Jay-Z: "Bonafied"
  • Onyx + 50 Cent + Bonifucco + X-1: "React"
  • Onyx + DMX: "Onyx and DMX"
  • Onyx + DMX: "Shut 'Em Down"

Obie Trice is an African American rapper born in Detroit, Michigan on November 14, 1977 to a single mother; Eleanor Trice. ... Nathaniel Dawayne Hale, commonly known as Nate Dogg (born 1969) is an American singer and occasional rapper who was born in Clarksdale, Mississippi. ... onyx vases Onyx is a banded variety of chalcedony, a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. ...

P

  • P. Diddy + Beanie Siegal + Lil' Kim + Nas + Joe Hooker: "Journey Through the Life"
  • P. Diddy + Jay-Z: "Do You Like It, Do You Want It"
  • P. Diddy + Jay-Z + Notorious B.I.G.: "Young G's"
  • P. Diddy + Notorious B.I.G. + Busta Rhymes + 50 Cent + Lloyd Banks: "Victory 2004"
  • Pharrell Williams + Jay-Z: "Frontin'"
  • Pretty Ugly + 50 Cent + P-Dap: "Hit 'Em Up"
  • Proof + 50 Cent: "Forgive Me"

P. Diddy Sean John Combs (born November 4, 1969 aka P. Diddy, Puff Daddy, Sean Puffy Combs) is an African-American record producer, entrepreneur, and rapper. ...

Q

  • Quanie Cash + Young Buck + Gutter Boy: "Money Don't Fall Out Tha Sky"

R

Raekwon (born Corey Woods, January 12, 1970, Brooklyn, New York) is an African American rapper and a member of the Wu-Tang Clan. ... Ghostface Killah Ghostface Killah (born Dennis Coles, May 9, 1970) is a rapper and member of the hip hop collective, Wu-Tang Clan. ...

S

  • Sauce Money + Jay-Z: "Face Off 2000"
  • Sauce Money + Jay-Z: "Pre-Game"
  • Scarface + Beanie Sigel + Jay-Z: "Guess Who's Back"
  • Scarface + Jay-Z: "Get Out"
  • Scarface + Nas + Tanya Herron: "In Between Us"
  • Shaquille O'Neal + Jay-Z + Lord Tariq: "No Love Lost"
  • Silkk the Shocker + Jay-Z + Master P: "You Know What We Bout"
  • Ski + Tone Hooker + Jay-Z: "Can I Get Open"
  • Slick Rick + Nas: "Me & Nas Bring it to Your Hardest"
  • Slim Thug + Jay-Z: "I Ain't Heard of That (Remix)"
  • Snoop Dogg + 50 Cent: "Oh No"
  • Snoop Dogg + Jay-Z + Nate Dogg + Soopafly: "Lollipop"
  • Snoop Dogg + Jay-Z + Pharrell: "Drop it Like It's Hot (Remix)"
  • Stic.man + M-1 + Jay-Z: "Hell Yeah (Pimp the System) (Remix)"
  • Sway & King Tech + Chino XL + Nas + O.K. + Ras Kass + Saafir + Shyheim: "Wake Up Show Anthem 1994"
  • Swizz Beatz + Cassidy + Fat Joe + Nas: "The General (Remix)"

Shaquille Rashaun ONeal (born March 6, 1972 in Newark, New Jersey), or Shaq as he is popularly known, is known as one of the National Basketball Associations most dominant basketball players. ... Slim Thug, born Stayve Jerome Thomas on February 17, 1982, is a rapper from Houston, Texas. ... Snoop Dogg Snoop Dogg (born Cordozar Calvin Broadus Jr. ...

T

  • Talib Kweli + Busta Rhymes + Jay-Z: "Get By (Remix)"
  • Talib Kweli + Busta Rhymes + Jay-Z + Kanye West + Mos Def: "Get By (Remix 2)"
  • The Game + 50 Cent: "Hate it or Love it"
  • The Game + 50 Cent + Mary J. Blige: "Hate it or Love It (R&B Remix)"
  • The Game + 50 Cent: "How We Do"
  • The Game + 50 Cent: "Westside Story"
  • The Product G&B + 50 Cent: "Tired of Being Broke"
  • Three 6 Mafia + Eightball + MJG + Young Buck: "Stay High"
  • Timbaland + Jay-Z: "Lobster & Scrimp"
  • Timbaland + Mad Skillz + Nas: "To My"
  • Timbaland + Magoo + Jay-Z + Twista: "Party People"
  • Too $hort + Jay-Z + Jermaine Dupri: "Here We Go (J.D. Remix)"
  • Tragedy Khadafi + Nas + Noreaga: "Calm Down (Street Version)"

Talib Kweli Talib Kweli (born Talib Kweli Greene, 1975) is a rapper from Brooklyn, New York. ... Talib Kweli Talib Kweli (born Talib Kweli Greene, 1975) is a rapper from Brooklyn, New York. ... Timbaland (with Magoo) on the cover of his Greatest Hits CD Presents . ...

U

Usher (born Usher Jamie Raymond, IV on October 14, 1978 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, United States) is an African-American singer and actor. ... Lil Jon This article is about the American rap producer. ...

V

Daniel Dumile aka MF Doom is said to have been born in the late 1960s to early 1970s. ... Keith Matthew Thornton, better known as Kool Keith, is an American rap artist and record producer. ...

W

  • Wu-Tang Clan + Nas: "Let My Niggas Live"

X

  • Xzibit + Nate Dogg: "Multiply"

Xzibit Xzibit is the stage name of Alvin Nathaniel Joiner (born January 8, 1974). ...

Y

  • Young Buck + Ludacris + T.I.: "Stomp"
  • Young Gunz + Jay-Z: "Can't Stop, Won't Stop (Remix)"
  • Young Gunz + Jay-Z: "Never Take Me Alive"
  • Young Jeezy + Fat Joe + Jay-Z: "Go Crazy (Remix)"
  • Yung Wun + David Banner + DMX + Lil' Flip: "Tear it Up"

Young Buck Young Buck (born David Darnell Brown on March 15, 1981, in Nashville, Tennessee) is a rapper and member of the G-Unit hip-hop music clique. ... Young Jeezy Young Jeezy (born Jay L. Jenkins in Columbia, South Carolina) raised in Hawkinsville, Georgia and who now resides in the metro Atlanta area, is an American rapper. ...

Z

Album collaborations

Some artists will collaborate together to create an entire album. Some examples:

This article needs cleanup. ... Danger Mouse Brian Burton, better know under his stage name DJ Danger Mouse, is a producer and DJ who came to prominence in 2004 by remixing The Beatles White Album and rapper Jay-Zs Black Album to make The Grey Album. ... Madlib is a California-based Hip Hop producer, rapper, and DJ. // History Madlib was born Otis Jackson Jr in Oakland, CA, to musician parents Otis and Senesca Jackson. ... Mos Def sporting Triple 5 Soul Mos Def (born Dante Terrell Smith on December 11, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York) is an American rapper and actor. ... Talib Kweli Talib Kweli (born Talib Kweli Greene, 1975) is a rapper from Brooklyn, New York. ... Jay-Z (aka the Jigga, HOV and Hova, born Shawn Carter on December 4, 1970 in Brooklyn, New York) is an African American rapper/hip hop artist and record label executive; one of the most popular and successful rappers of the late 1990s and early 2000s. ... Linkin Park is a nu/alternative metal band from Los Angeles, California, and is currently signed to Warner Brothers Records. ... R.Kelly Robert Sylvester Kelly (born January 8, 1967 in Chicago, Illinois), who goes by the stage name of R. Kelly, is an R&B singer-songwriter and record producer who came to dominate the R&B music scene throughout the 1990s and in the current decade. ... Redman (born Reggie Noble on April 17, 1970 in Newark, New Jersey) is an African American rapper who became popular as an artist on the Def Jam label in the 1990s. ...

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instrumental hip hop: Information from Answers.com (700 words)
In hip hop's earliest days the beat was the focus of the music: a DJ would isolate the percussion breaks from hit funk and disco songs, mixing two copies of the same song between two turntables and thus repeating the break, as these were often the most popular and danceable parts of the songs.
As hip hop became commercially viable the MC began to take the spotlight, but the DJ's practice of isolating a break for the MC to rap over continued and expanded into turntablism and hip hop production, incorporating techniques such as scratching, beat juggling, and sampling.
Instrumental hip hop has yet to be fully recognized as a genre unto itself, and is often lumped in with trip hop, downtempo, electronica, or industrial music.
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Hip hop is a cultural movement that began among urban African Americans, Jamaicans and Latinos in the Bronx borough of New York City during the early 1970s, and has since been spread and adopted, around the world.
The various factors that influenced early hip hop are complex and numerous, and vary from the griots of Africa to the rock of America.
One of the many influences on the creation of contemporary hip hop music is the Jamaican style called dub, which arose as a sub-genre of Reggae in the 1960s.
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