By Anthony Simpson
10. Amber Rose Feat. Wiz Khalifa: Fame
Yezzy taught her many things but music was not one of them. I can understand Amber trying to remove herself from Kanye’s shadow but this was not the way to do so. And Wiz…what possessed you to cosign this? Did her pussy game come up that much? SMH
9. Diddy Feat. Keyshia Cole: Last Night
You figure by the second time around you would get it but to many of our amusements he failed. At least he finally learned from his mistakes improving greatly on The Last Train to Paris.
8. Monica Feat. Dem Franchize Boyz: Everytime Tha Beat Drops
She tried, but failed miserable. One of the greatest to ever do it decided to make a dance track and silly of you to devote so much time in doing so. Stick with the ballads and less features.
7. Fabolous Feat. Jermaine Dupri: Baby Don’t Go
Mr. F-A-B-O-L-O-U-S, we’ll just blame this one on the record company.
6. LL Cool J Feat. Timberland: Headsprung
I guess Mr. Cool James himself got tired of making movies and doing T.V. shows and tried to make a comeback. Teaming up with Hip-Hop great Timberland you would think it would be successful, but when your first bar is “They call me Big L’y… Big Silly…Big Money…Big Billy” you need to sit your ass in a corner.
5. Master P Feat. Feat Lil’ Romeo: I Need Dubs
A flip on LL Cool J’s “I Need Love” this poorly written, Fruitloops 1.0.0 beat making track should be censored from American downloads, radios, and internet. What happened to the “Make’em Say UGH” days?
4. Lil’ Kim Feat. Sisqo: How Many Licks
Where do I begin? Your song features Sisqo and you took the childhood memory of the tootsie pops and turned it into this. Where are ghost writers when need them?
3. Flo Rida Feat. T-Pain: Low
His name is Flo Rida as in the state Florida that should be enough.
2. Nelly Feat. Tim McGraw: Over and Over
If you were a fan of Sweat/Suit take yourself to the closet cliff and jump. Not only was this song a failure but so was the album. Country and Rap do not mix and will never mix. This was a long way from Country Grammar.
1. The Notorious B.I.G Duets: The Final Chapter (Album)
Unfortunately, Diddy did it again. What gave you the great idea to remix some classic songs? I can’t even pin point one song. The album itself was a disgrace and pretty damn disrespectful. In the words of Ed Lova: “C’ mon Son.”