|1. This 1986 collaboration of rock and rap created a remake of "Walk This Way", and broke new ground on blending musical genres:|
Run D.M.C and Aerosmith
Billy Idol and LL Cool J
Def Leopard and Kid n Play
Grand Master Flash and Bon Jovi
|2. Lionel Richie and Diana Ross reached number 1 on the U.S. pop charts with this 1981 hit:|
"If Ever You're In My Arms Again"
|3. Linda Ronstadt's 1986 hit "Somewhere Out There" w/James Ingram, was followed by "Don't Know Much" and "All My Life" with|
|4. Once thought to be rivals, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston teamed up to produce this 2001 hit:|
"When You Believe"
"I'm Coming Out"
"One Sweet Day"
|5. Marvin Gaye produced many hits such as "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" alongside this Motown female singer:|
|6. Gerald Levert and father Eddie Levert of the O'Jays, combined their genetic talents to create this 1991 soulful hit about love and relationships:|
"Baby Hold On To Me"
"I Need A Girl"
"There's A Thin Line Between Love and Hate"
|7. This talented hip-hop and R&B record producer lended his vocal talents to several artists' albums such as Aaliyah, Missy Elliott, and Ginuwine:|
|8. Her 1986 autobiography became a movie "What's Love Got to Do with It?", featuring stories about her husband/singing partner, Ike:|
|9. This R&B singer digitally recorded duets with the voice of her father, a music icon of the 40's and 50's:|
|10. This couple left the R&B group "The Fifth Dimension", and started a successful duo career:|
Vesta Williams and Peabo Bryson
Keith Sweat and Stephanie Mills
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis, Jr.
Lou Rawls and Gladys Knight