The most infamous couple in recent history has to be Rihanna and Chris Brown. Despite the turmoil they faced in their relationship, the pair collaborated on a 2012 remix of "Birthday Cake."
10 Songs Created By Hip-Hop Couples
Whitney Houston & Bobby Brown - Something in Common
One of the most infamous couples in musical history made some serious jams in their heyday. Fourteen years of marriage yielded a child and this incredible performance, amongst other things.
Beyoncé & Jay Z - Drunk in Love
In a list dominated by struggle and divorce, the golden couple will shine. Jay and Bae do their thing on tracks, in concerts, and are still happily married. It can't be easy, but these two get it done!
In the early 2000's Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri spent a seven-year relationship together. The duo worked on a bunch of music together, but this remix of "Someone to Call My Lover" is one of the rare joints where you can hear both of their voices interweave.
Three Stacks and Badu were together before she was with Common or Jay Electronica. Badu, who is a somewhat notorious muse for rappers, does her thing alongside ex-husband Andre, Cee-Lo, Big Boi and Big Rube in a very jazzy cut from Aquemini.
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A look at when couples came together to create records.
Couples making songs together is a natural thing. From the Sonny & Cher days to present-day power couple Beyonce and Jay Z, it only makes sense for a couple talented people to create music together, especially when they're in love.
Hip-hop and R&B have seen some insanely talented people fall in love, tie the knot, have some children, and make some music together. Sometimes the chemistry doesn't translate from the bedroom to the studio, and other times it does. Jay and Bey get along well enough to tour together, but, as we know, not all couples are quite as fortunate.
Today we take a look at 10 couples who collaborated on music together throughout the years, whether it ended up good, bad, or ugly.