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Pop Shots - When Pop & Rap Collaborate
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Welcome to your weekly dose of pop world musings. Covering all things pop culture, this week, with the B.o.B - Bruno Mars collaboration, “Nothin’ On You,” reaching number one on the Billboard chart, Pop Shots is taking a look at the always interesting world of pop singers and rappers collaborating. It’s a tough line to toe for both the singer and the rapper. While both are obviously looking to expand their audience, as B.o.B. certainly has from his “Haterz Everywhere” days, both sides risk damaging their reputations in the process. Has the rapper gone soft? Is the pop artist trying too hard to be something they’re not? Are BOTH sides selling out?

In the annals of pop music history there are hundreds, maybe even thousands, of such collaborations, many of them due to the fact that Jennifer Lopez would have had a hard time getting on the charts any other way. Some of these collaborations are memorable, while some of them qualify as something else entirely. The following are prime examples of the best, worst, and most confusing pop singer - rapper collaborations of all-time.

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