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Pop Music: Collaborations

This page is about artists with recording careers in their own right, who have made records with other such.  In other words - collaborations!

Although to be strictly accurate, not all of the artists included here could be said to have recording careers in their own right.  e.g. Nicole Kidman.

Easy Lover (No. 1, 1985): Phil Collins and (former Earth Wind & Fire vocalist) Click to show or hide the answer
Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word (2002): Elton John featured with Click to show or hide the answer
Sang with Hot Gossip on I Lost my Heart to a Starship Trooper (1978/9) Click to show or hide the answer
Dont' Cha (2005): Pussycat Dolls feat. (rapper) Click to show or hide the answer
Dead Ringer for Love (1981): Meat Loaf and Click to show or hide the answer
Little Drummer Boy (1982): David Bowie and Click to show or hide the answer
Groovejet (If This Ain't Love) (2000): Spiller featuring Click to show or hide the answer
Sisters are Doin' It For Themselves (1985): Aretha Franklin and (British pop duo) Click to show or hide the answer
Jackson (1967): Nancy Sinatra and Click to show or hide the answer
Reached No. 5 in 1988 with Art of Noise (Kiss), No. 7 in 1999 with The Cardigans (Burning Down the House), No. 17 in 1999 with Cerys Matthews (Baby, It's Cold Outside), No. 4 in 2000 with Stereophonics (Mama Told Me Not To Come), No. 3 in 2000 with German producer Mousse T (Sex Bomb), and No. 24 in 2000 with Heather Small (You Need Love Like I Do) Click to show or hide the answer
Somethin' Stupid (Christmas No. 1, 2001): Robbie Williams and Click to show or hide the answer
Spirit in the Sky (Comic Relief official charity single 2003): Gareth Gates and (comedy family) Click to show or hide the answer
Relight My Fire (1993): Take That and Click to show or hide the answer
FourFiveSeconds (2015 – No. 1 in USA, Australia and New Zealand, No. 3 in UK): Rihanna, Kanye West, and Click to show or hide the answer
Reached No. 1 in 1978 with John Travolta (You're the One that I Want), with 'John Travolta and Cast', also in 1978 (Summer Nights), and in 1980 with ELO (Xanadu); also No. 15 in 1980 and No. 22 in 1995, with Cliff Richard (Suddenly and Had to Be, respectively) Click to show or hide the answer
Islands in the Stream (1983): Kenny Rogers and Click to show or hide the answer
What Have I Done to Deserve This? (No. 2, 1987): Pet Shop Boys and Click to show or hide the answer
Ain't Nothin' Like the Real Thing (1968), You're All I Need to Get By (1968), Onion Song (1969): Marvin Gaye and Click to show or hide the answer
Reached No. 7 in 1983 with Joe Cocker (Up Where We Belong) and No. 6 in 1987 with Bill Medley ((I've Had) the Time of My Life) Click to show or hide the answer
American Boy (2008): Estelle feat. (American rapper) Click to show or hide the answer
Against All Odds (2000): Mariah Carey and Click to show or hide the answer
It Takes Two (1967): Marvin Gaye and Click to show or hide the answer

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