Critics’ choice of the best Hip Hop/R&B love duets
Valentine’s Day is vastly approaching and with that being said Music Life Social compiled a list of Hip Hop’s best duets that featured R&B artists or a group. Keep in mind this is a critics’ choice and the staff at Music Life Social know we cannot please everyone and some artist may get left off or simply forgotten about, however this does not mean those songs were not good this is just our choice.
Here is Music Life Social’s Top 10 Hip Hop/R&B Love Duets (in no particular order)
1. Method Man ft. Mary J.Blige “You’re All I Need” 1995
2. LL Cool J ft. Boys II Men “Hey Lover” 1995
3. Snoop Dogg ft. Pharrell “Beautiful” 2002
4. Big Pun ft. Joe “Still Not A Player” 1998
5. Ja Rule ft. Vita & Lil’ Mo “Put It On Me” 2000
6. 50 Cent ft. Nate Dogg “21 Questions” 2003
7. Busta Rhymes ft. Janet Jackson “What’s It Gonna Be” 1998
8. DMX ft. Sisqo “What They Really Want” 1999
9. The Notorious B.I.G ft. R.Kelly “I’m F&@#+ng Tonite” 1997
Unfortunately this song was not released as an official single due to the tragic murder of Biggie Smalls this song became an instant hit that radio DJs played on the airwaves, where R.Kelly had to redo the chorus because the original was explicit.
10. Mos Def ft. Jill Scott “Brown Sugar” 2002