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Unconventional Collabos

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    R. Kelly featuring Earl Klugh
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    Who's Earl Klugh?

    Anyway, I strongly disagree on the BEP thing. I can't stand them. Sure, they have one or two great songs, Where Is The Love is a classic, but hell naw no Black Eyed Peas!
    Hell yeah Outkast, that's what I'm talking about. They are creative, fresh, original, out of the box ... things which I mostly give André 3000 the credits for. That would be an awesome collabo.

    But when I read the thread title, I thought it was about really unconventional collabos, and I think neither BEP nor Outkast are unconventional. Maroon 5 is more like it, and I particularly love the U2 suggestion.

    I would love to see a Bootsy Collins collaboration, obviously. First, Bootsy has been a huge contributor to black music over the decades. Second, he is dope and has got that appeal for the younger folks as well. I mean, he's a frequent collaborator with Snoop Dogg and Fat Joe. So why not R. Kelly?

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    Yeah, Bootsy Collins sounds ok to me...they could do a banger together!
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    If we'd really like to go unconventional...and expand the notion of "collaboration"...

    He can launch an audition or contest to choose fans/non-fans to collaboarte on his album. Of course, they should have their music skills be it vocal (for background/chorus or even a small solo part), instruments, and rap. I've had this idea for so long. Back in 1997 or 1998 one of artists from my country invited dozens of (I guess) fans to record quoir part for an inspirational track called "Family". They ain't near anywhere to professional singers but it's a memorable project.

    And he can record with any of his kids. The chemistry is already there and it costs nothingHidden Content They can just record a skit or sing if they want to. Like Stevie Wonder did with Aisha, Teddy Riley with Taja.
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