10 Epic Duets You Haven’t Listened To Since High School

Listening to music always brings back a bunch of memories. It doesn’t seem to matter how long it has been since you last heard a song, because the moment you push play you will travel back in time to the first time you heard it.

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Everyone has their favorite artist, but the best moment was when two awesome singers would collaborate to make something incredible. There are a lot of duets that people have forgotten about, but it’s time to remind you of all the amazing songs that you used to love.

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I’m Real – Jennifer Lopez feat. Ja Rule

Honestly it’s probably one of the best songs of the early 2000s and every one forgets about it. How you could possibly forget this epic song is beyond me, it’s an absolute classic!

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I’m You Angel – Celine Dion feat. R. Kelly

There are very few singers who are as iconic as Celine Dion. This was one of the best songs to belt out in your car, and it still is.

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Where You Are – Jessica Simpson & Nick Lachey

They were one of the biggest couples in the world and they attempted to capitalize on that by making songs together.

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Breathe – Blu Cantrell feat. Sean Paul

Blu Cantrell’s song “Hit Em Up Style” was one of the best songs ever, and it’s a shame that no one remembers this song.

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Party For Two (Remix) – Shania Twain feat. Mark McGrath

Shania Twain did this song not once, but twice. There was a county version with Billy Currington, but more importantly there was this remixed version with Mark McGrath from Sugar Ray.  

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These aren’t the only classic duets that you may have forgotten about, check out the rest…

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Could I Have This Kiss Forever – Whitney Houston feat. Enrique Iglesias

Enrique Iglesias is a big fan of a deep v-cut shirts and standing in pools, but I guess that’s what Whitney was into.

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Nobody Wants To Be Lonely – Ricky Martin feat. Christina Aguilera

The thing about music videos from the early 2000s is, they are very awkward to watch. There is so much unnecesary zooming on their faces and bodies that it is just so uncomfortable.

Picture – Sheryl Crow & Kid Rock

Sad breakup songs are a staple for all young adults. Nothing else is better suited for those feelings of angst that all kids experience while they grow up. Not that we understood half of what they were saying, but it didn’t stop us from singing it all the time.

Let Me Blow Ya Mind – Eve feat. Gwen Stefani

One of the great songs that isn’t easily forgotten, but it still deserves to be highlighted because it’s amazing.

Always On Time – Ja Rule feat. Ashanti

Once again, Ja Rule makes the list because this song is too perfect to pass up. You know you love it, don’t pretend like you don’t.

Which of these collaborations was your favorite?

If you want to add all of these to your collection here is a playlist:

Emma C
Freelance Writer