10 Hip-Hop and R&B Collaborations from the 90’s That You’re Mostly Likely to Hear at Brunch

10 Hip-Hop and R&B Collaborations
from the 90’s That You’re Mostly Likely to Hear at Brunch
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What’s a weekend without brunch? What’s brunch without some good music? A good brunch outing is something that’s preferred over clubs nowadays. To be honest, it will replace church on some Sundays too. A good brunch spot is a must when visiting a different city for the weekend as well. The best brunch spots are black owned and play the best music. Majority of the time, that’s hip-hop and r&b collaborations from the 90’s. Checkout 10 hip-hop and r&b collaborations from the 90’s that you’re most likely to hear at brunch.

Total – Can’t You See ft. The Notorious B.I.G.

Brandy – I Wanna Be Down (Remix) ft. Queen Latifah, Yo-Yo & MC Lyte

2Pac – How Do U Want It ft. K-Ci & JoJo

Foxy Brown – Get Me Home ft. BlackStreet

SWV – Anything (Remix) ft. Wu-Tang Clan

Case – Touch Me Tease Me ft. Foxy Brown and Mary J. Blige

Timbaland & Magoo – Up Jumps da Boogie ft. Missy Elliott and Aaliyah

LL Cool J – Hey Lover ft. Boyz II Men

BlackStreet – No Diggity ft. Dr. Dre and Queen Pen

Mariah Carey – Fantasy ft. O.D.B.

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