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From Tupac and Biggie to Eminem and Jay Z, these are some of the biggest and best collaborations of all time.
The first single on Snoop's album of the same name, 'Nuthin' But A G Thang' is one of the best Hip-Hop collabs ever. A classic track with memorable lyrics.
One of the few Biggie and Jay-Z collaboration that exists, this song features two of the greatest rappers of all time going back and forth on the same track. There are rumours the two were set to record an album before Biggie was tragically murdered.
'Renegade' produced by Eminem, was released in 2001 as a part of Jay-Z's 'The Blueprint' album. It is home to one of Em's biggest verses and was responsible for Nas' classic Jay-Z diss: 'Eminem murdered you on your own sh*t".
Remember the video of this Grammy award winning single? Relive the skit in which Eminem insanely answers a reporters questions about a fire he and Dre had started.
Texas spitter Trae The Truth teamed up with his pals to put Texas on the map with the super collab.
Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls originally recorded the song together in 1994, but finally released in late 2002 on the posthumous soundtrack album 'Tupac: Resurrection'.
Hip-Hop duo Red and Meth are actually signed to Def Jam as solo artists and a group - but the two have been collaborating since back in '94.
Pheelz and Vector teamed up to bring this fresh Hip Hop joint.
Although "Forever" surprisingly failed to enter the Top 40 on the UK Singles Chart it makes it on to our Top Hip-Hop collaborations list. It is home to 4 of the greatest rappers alive, on one track.
Nicki raps this song as her crazy alter ego, Roman Zolanski, and is joined by another rapper who knows a thing or two about alter egos, Mr. Slim Shady himself.
Nas and Quan got together to create a soulful Hip-Hop classic.
Released three years ago now, All Of The Lights has made it onto our Best Rap Collabs list due to the long list of epic artists that feature on it, including John Legend, The-Dream, Elly Jackson, Alicia Keys, Fergie, Kid Cudi, Elton John, and Rihanna.
An underground internet hit in its own right, a version of Beware Of The Boys was recorded in 2003 featuring Jay-Z.
Tupac and Dr. Dre linked up for one of the biggest West coast Hip-Hop tracks of all time.
Just before the 90's hit Queen Latifah hooked up with her protégé for this top collab.
Dre and Snoop are the masters of the rap game - and together they're even better.
Big Sean, Jay-Z and Kanye West's track made its debut last year and serves as the fourth single from the compilation album Cruel Summer.
The second single from Eve's album 'Scorpion,' this one takes us back to the old days.
Although Dido doesn't rap, this late 90's winner had to make it on to our top collabs list.
One of the top tracks on the pair's collaboration album 'Watch The Throne,' the lyrics were inspired from Kanye's visit to Paris. Picture: PA
Go back to the 90's with the Warren G and Nate Dogg collab - remember hearing it on the film Above The Rim? Picture: Getty
The lyrics to this break-up tune were on many peoples lips when it was released back in 2010. Tyga and Kevin McCall co-wrote the song and featured on it.
Timbaland, Drizzy and Jay Z go in on this collaboration, features on the rapper-producer's studio album.
Drake and Rick Ross are one of the best rap duos in history, and this song is very special.
Despite the song featured some of the greatest rap stars in Hip-Hop, Nicki Minaj announced her name on the world stage with one of the biggest feature verses ever.