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When Chris Brown isn't making hits on his albums he's featuring on other peoples. As far back as 2006 Breezy's vocals were in demand. Now, from hooks up with Nas to Nicki Minaj - we break down Breezy's best singles as a feature artist.
When one of the world's best DJs is joined by R&B man of the moment Chris Brown you get a worldwide dance floor filler hit.
From Kid Ink's debut album 'My Own Lane,' released this month, comes 'Show Me' - possibly one of Brown's best yet. Be sure to listen to the album where you'll find another collaboration between the two.
Sevyn Streeter has written songs for Chris Brown in the past (Yeah x3 being one of them), but for the first time, this year they teamed up for 'It Wont Stop' - and we like their sound.
Mrs Jason Derulo and Chris Brown made a convincing couple in the song that we couldn't stop playing in the summer of 08'. It went to number three in the UK singles chart.
Featured on DJ Khaled's sixth studio album 'Kiss The Ring' in 2012, this killer collab has sold over 500,000 copies to date. Check out the underground video where all the artists faces pop up.
Released in 2010, an early version of this song originally featured on Brown and Tyga's collective mixtape 'Fan Of A Fan'. It's not the only feature Brown's done for Bow Wow that pops up on our list.
Back in 08' a young Brown had the big chance of featuring on Nas' untitled album - it went to number five showcasing the teen's talents, and is still a tune today.
Nearly three years ago Chris Brown featured on a r&B/pop Pitbull track, it was a summer hit around the world - making it into the top 10 in the UK, and on our best Breezy features list.
Released last year as the second single from Tyga's third studio album 'Hotel California,' 'For The Road' saw the friends hook up again for a classic Chris Brown-sounding slow jam.
Fat Joe and Chris Brown hit the beach together for the video for 2011 collaboration 'Another Round' - to be featured of Fat Joe's eleventh studio album. It didn't bless the UK's ears much, so if you don't know it, take a listen and see why we think it's worthy of making the list.
Brandy gave Chris Brown a run for his money when she danced alongside him in her 2012 single 'Put It down' in which Breezy leaves his soft vocals behind for a rap verse.
At just 17-years-old this was one of Chris Brown's first ever collaborations, but still his fourth single to reach the top 10 in the US. Sometimes the oldies are the besties. What do you think?
Wiz Khalifa, Brown and Kingston hook up for the first time and party poolside in the 2013 collaboration on 'Beat It'.
Minaj specifically requested a Brown collaboration on her 2012 album 'Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded,' claiming she wanted a more 'melodic' song on the album - we're glad she did, the summer vibe on this track takes us back.
We wouldn't be happy if the lyrics were about us; 'Better with the lights off,' but we can't help but love the catchy song and its florescent video.
How could we miss 'Shawty Get Loose' from a best Chris Brown collaboration list. Breezy takes the chorus while T-Pain raps the second verse. Interesting fact - originally T-Pain was going to sing the chorus and there was no room for Chris Brown. We're happy that didn't happen.
We all know there's a lotta history between Breezy and Rih, so when they got back together in early 13' no one was shocked to discover the title of their song - 'Ain't Nobody's Buisness'. Whether they're on or off one thing's for sure, they do make a good track together.
'Come on lets toast the champagne, this one's for the life...' Pusha T enlisted Breezy's vocals for the fourth single from his debut album. It's probably not what most girls would call a sweet serenade, but it's definitely smooth with Brown's voice on it.