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Low-key, Britney Spears has built quite the catalog alongside rap artists. Many know the talented singer for her pop hits, but Spears has shown throughout the years that she has range.
Over the past decade Britney has worked with Lil Wayne, Pharrell and even Waka Flocka. Yesterday, news dropped the Spears was in the studio with DJ Mustard. I can’t wait to hear the gem those two create.
For those who aren’t hip to her previous tracks with hip-hop stars, I have compiled a list of Britney Spears hip-hop collabs you must listen to.
Britney Spears & The Ying Yang Twins "I Got That (Boom Boom)"
This track is an oldie but a goodie. During the time this track was created, The Ying Yang Twins were on an amazing run. Spears extended the hand to the duo, and they created a catchy jam titled “(I Got That) Boom Boom.” While this song never took off on the charts, die hard Spears fans loved this one and kept it on replay.
Britney Spears & Iggy Azalea "Pretty Girls"
In early 2015, Spears linked with Iggy Azalea to create a gem titled Pretty Girls. The song captures the essence of freedom and summer fun. The dynamic duo did a great job with the treatment of the video as well, as it is focused around 1989 classic Earth Girls Are Easy.
Britney Spears,, Hit Boy, Waka Flocka Flame, Lil Wayne & Diddy "Scream & Shout"
Britney Spears and Will.i.Am go together like peaches and cream. One of their standout tracks is titled “Scream & Shout.” The duo called upon linked up with Hit Boy, Waka Flocka Flame, Lil Wayne and Diddy on the track. Britney handles the hook while the rappers fill in the verses. We even got a matching video to boot!
Britney Spears, Ke$ha & Nicki Minaj "Till the World Ends (Remix)"
Britney Spears linked with Ke$ha and Nicki Minaj on the remix of her song, “World.” The track took off after the addition of Minaj, charting in the top five in Billboard's top 100. I love the catchy hook and energy delivered by Nicki during her guest verse.
I love love LOVE scream & shout I'm so glad it's on this list!
I've always loved Britney. Respect!