Team (feat. Lana Del Rey) — Lorde
Sure, the only thing they may have in common is that The Grammys snubbed both of them for “Best New Artist” nominations; And sure, Lana sings about opulence, and Lorde may sing about—well, the exact opposite of that, but who cares! Opposites attract, right? They both have similarly unique and extraordinarily intriguing vocal stylings that could mesh together to create musical bliss.
Hey Brother (feat. Miley Cyrus) — Avicii
The natural Nashville twang in Cyrus’s voice paired with the folk-infused backing of Avicii’s latest hit “Hey Brother” would combine to create a stunning musical cocktail for the ears. And if you don’t think Miley can pull of the strong folk influence and bluegrass offerings in Aviici’s tune, google “Miley Cyrus Jolene” and all the misconceptions you had about Miley’s voice will be shattered.
Dark Horse (feat. Kanye West) — Katy Perry
Remember when Ye demolished his verse on Katy’s remix of “E.T”? Then, just think of the things he could do with over the dark, trap-infused beat on “Dark Horse.”
Love Me Again (feat. Amy Winehouse) — John Newman
Amy Winehouse was, without a doubt, the most talented soul singer of this generation. The way she was able to so seamlessly mix elements of soul and R&B was nothing short of remarkable, so it’s only natural to imagine how stunning her voice would sound on John Newman’s breakout soul hit, “Love Me Again.”
Wrecking Ball (feat. Kelly Clarkson) — Miley Cyrus
Kelly Clarkson is the undisputed of Queen of breakup ballads. “Wrecking Ball” is the undisputed breakup anthem of the year. Need I say more?
XO (feat. Usher) — Beyonce
This could be an R&B remix made for the music gods. And, it wouldn’t be the first time the pair came together for a collab.
Say Something (feat. Rihanna) — A Great Big World
Last year, Rihanna proved to the world that she has the vocal prowess and ability to single-handedly carry a piano-driven ballad when she released the gut-wrenching single “Stay,” so just imagine for a second if she delivered those vocals against A Great Big World’s hit “Say Something.” The results would be musical bliss and chart pandemonium.
Do What U Want (feat. Christina Aguilera) — Lady Gaga
Think of the epicness and sheer brilliance if powerhouse vocalist Christina Aguilera hopped on Gaga’s epic R&B track “Do What U Want.” It’d probably send Perez Hilton into cardiac arrest. Oh wait, it already happened? Oh, and it’s just as epic as you’d expect.