10 Music Royalty Collaborations That Should Happen
July 29, 2013 - 2:49 pm
Marilyn Manson and deadmau5
Two misfits in the industry who are always looking to shake things up (through either controversial costumes or Tweets), we can totally see these guys spawn a single that breaks beyond this world’s boundaries. Plus, can you imagine Manson entering a prank-war with Joel?
Tommy Trash and Kid Rock
House meets country rock. Not two genres you would think mix well together off the bat, but we’re sure these two party rockers can make it happen; their collaboration tour would be pure INSANITY!
Miley Cyrus and Krewella
Putting this twerk-master with the bad girls of EDM kind of goes without saying. A Miley and Krewella collaboration needs to happen for the sake of every male raver out there.
Taylor Swift and Avicii
They’re musical leaders in their genres and blonde, so you know anything that this pair comes up with together will be pure gold. We’re just surprised this combo hasn’t already happened.
Eminem and Skrillex
Eminem goes dubstep? Yes please! The 8-mile rapper’s raw lyrics would mesh in perfectly with the dubgod’s boss bass and scorched synths.
Pretty Lights and Method Man
Coming from hip-hop roots, it would only be natural that Pretty Lights team up with one of the leaders and legends of the game.
Big Boi and Dillon Francis
So we’ve finally given up hope on an Outkast reunion, but maybe Dillon can serve as a substantial substitute for Andre.
Knife Party and 2 Chainz
For the ultimate swagga, 2 Chainz needs to add two electro house DJs who can really pack some noise into his rhymes.
Tiësto and Rick Ross
Both are some serious heavyweights in their genres who are always changing up the game.
Armin van Buuren and Beyoncé
It’s about time the Queen Bey collaborated with an electronic music artist, and the genre’s number one DJ would be the perfect match.