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    Best Beyoncé Song Collaborations! Jay-Z, Lady Gaga, Shakira

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    In honor of Beyoncé's upcoming 'The Mrs. Carter Show' world tour, let's take a stroll down memory lane with her best song collaborations, and we're not talking Destiny's Child! Thank you for tuning into ClevverMusic. At the top of our 'Best Beyoncé Duets' list is of course with her husband, rapper Jay-Z. The duo's "Bonnie and Clyde" track included a beat inspired by Tupac's "Me and My Girlfriend," which was fitting because Jay-Z and Beyoncé had just started dating around this time. This was Beyoncé's first single as a solo artist to hit US Billboard Top 100. Next on our list, just a year later she collaborated with Jamaican reggae singer Sean Paul. Their collaborative song "Baby Boy" is said to be the sequel to her duet with Jay-Z. It was Queen B's longest running single as a solo artist until 2007; staying at #1 for 9 consecutive weeks. Following that, another favorite of ours is Beyoncé and Shakira's 2007 duet song "Beautiful Liar." Both female artists have amazing & strong voices that blended together perfectly. So not surprisingly, this dynamic duo took home an award for "Most Earthshattering Collaboration" at the MTV Music Awards that year.

    Apparently hubby Jay-Z isn't the only one that collaborates with singer Justin Timberlake. In 2007 Beyoncé and Justin Timberlake's teamed up for the single "Until the End of Time," another collab we love. In 2010 Beyoncé showed her 'Gaga' side when she was featured in Lady Gaga's "Telephone." This track was a hit and the music video they created was a creative short film which promised, "...to be continued". These tracks are just a glimpse of some of Beyoncé's most epic collaborations and we are expecting many more to come, especially with her new album coming out. Some artists already confirmed for new features are rapper Azealia Banks, Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, and The-Dream. Who else would YOU like to see Beyoncé collaborate with? And which collaboration of Beyoncé's is your favorite so far? Leave your comments below! Thanks for tuning in, I'm Misty Kingma, see you next time on ClevverMusic.