When it comes to mainstream collabs, many (male) rappers are phoning it in and throwing weak material on to strong songs.
Examples are J. Cole's " Dick so big it’s like a foot is in yo’ mouth/And ya ain’t babysitting, but my kids are on yo’ couch" lyrics for Jeremih's Planes, or Wale's "She say my stroke is a scone, I let that soak in her bean" lyrics on Miguel's Coffee.
Says on the other hand, R&B featured artists consistently give good material.
Goes over R&B and Rap's relationship over the past two decades and what should be done to strengthen the genres.
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The laziness also carries over to pop/rap collabs. Worst featured rap offenders? Kanye's "Tell me what's next, alien sex" line on E.T. and Hova's bullshit on Drunk in Love for me.