Six More Rap Collaborations That Need to Happen

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El-P and Killer Mike
Saul Williams and El-P
Lately it seems El-P has been more on the rapping side of things, especially in his recent collaborative album with Killer Mike, Run the Jewels. That was a great album, but here I'd love to see El-P get back in the production booth and whip up some killer beats for Saul Williams to take on.

It's been a while since we've heard from Saul, but he has a reputation for crafting amazing collaborative projects with producers from Rick Rubin to Trent Reznor. Of course, I wouldn't mind El-P also hopping on a few tracks here himself. Their rapping styles might clash a bit, but this is why I think it would be such an interesting record.

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Method Man
Method Man and Domo Genesis
Domo Genesis is Odd Future's resident serious pothead, even naming his first record Rolling Papers and collaborating with fellow Odd Future alumni MellowHype this past year as MellowHigh. Of course Method Man was always Wu-Tang's appointed weed representative, but Meth and Domo share more than a mutual love of marijuana.

Their rapping styles are very similar in a lot of ways, and Domo clearly owes a debt to his elder's style. Hearing the two throw down on some heavy, deep bass beats would be amazing, and would give Meth a much-needed burst of youth and vitality after a good few years of laying back out of the spotlight.


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