…”Dancing in Houston” featuring Robyn and Whitney Houston.
Believe us, these two can relate.
…it’s time you made “Sweet Dreams Are Made of Seven Nation Army” featuring The Eurythmics and The White Stripes your new anthem!
There’s no denying that combining The Eurythmics and The White Stripes was a brilliant move. One listen to the above track is all it takes to find out what a real “sweet dream” is made of.
…then check out “Little Wrecking Ball” featuring Miley Cyrus and Mumford & Sons.
You’ll be over that jerk in no time.
…”Titanium 500” featuring The Proclaimers, David Guetta, and Midnight Oil.
Adding David Guetta and Midnight Oil to The Proclaimers yields a new jam that makes traveling long distances for love sound less like a hassle and more like a fun club experience worth fist pumping about.
…”Get Lucky Wit It” featuring Daft Punk and Will Smith.
After listening to this, you’ll feel like you just got jiggy with God.
…listen to “Midnight Life” featuring Kanye West and M83 on your way to work!
You’ll be at the office and totally miserable before you know it.
…”No Scrubs” featuring TLC and Macklemore.
You heard it here first: Both Macklemore and TLC hate scrubs. But luckily for us, their combined efforts yield a pretty damn good song about them.
…then you’ll be obsessed with “Poetic” featuring Anna Kendrick, Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and Florence and the Machine.
To the people who have listened to the “Cups” song on repeat, here’s its soulful cousin. Don’t worry: You’ll miss this version when it’s gone, too.
…then the only thing that should be blasting through your speakers is “The Veldt” featuring deadmau5, Eric Prydz, and Bastille.
This hybrid of electric sounds from deadmau5, Eric Prydz, and Bastille sounds surprisingly earnest. It might just take your breath away.
…we gift you with “We Can’t Runaway” featuring Kanye West and, of course, Miley Cyrus.
Can’t get enough Miley? Yeah, we had a feeling.