September 27, 2015

Jay Carteré | Jay Cartere |3 COLLAB ALBUMS THAT I WANT TO HAPPEN

Good collaborative albums are few and far between. In light of that new Future X Drake album What A Time To Be Alive, I’ve decided to share 5 collaboration albums I want to happen ASAP.

The Weeknd and Lana Del Rey

Both The Weeknd and Lana Del Rey make very gloomy atmospheric music. The Weeknd sings about taking drugs and hanging out with broken women whilst Lana sings about being a broken woman. It’s a perfect match that’s sure to make you spend all night crying into your pillow.

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Travis Scott and Quavo

These guys know how to make catchy bangers all day. Quavo’s been honing his craft for years being the best of The Migos (in my humble opinion) and Travis seems to have been learning a lot under Kanye West’s tutelage. They both bring the hype, and Travis Scott’s vision can ensure the album is musically sound. The one song I’ve heard from them was enough to inspire me to write this post. This album would be the soundtrack to all my turn up activities for the foreseeable future.

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Childish Gambino and Drake

Here we have Drake, arguably the biggest rapper out right now, and Childish Gambino, arguably the most underrated rapper out now. Both of these guys know how to craft great songs, they both rap well and they can both sing. I mean, how can this collab not be sick? I hope they at least make a song together because they’re both phenomenal artists.

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What do you think of these? What collab albums do you want to happen? Tell me on Twitter.

About the author 

Jay Cartere

Who is Jay Cartere?

It's a long story, but I'm going to make it short because I respek your time...

I'm a producer, rapper, singer and creative entrepreneur from London.

My musical journey started in 2007 when I decide to spit some lyrics to a grime beat... through a laptop.

That's right, no mic or anything - I was spitting DIRECTLY into the laptop cuz.

It's safe to say things have changed since then...

But, that's not all:

The journey has never been easy...I had to put my entrepreneurial mind to work and figure this stuff out.

I taught myself how to record and engineer my music.

I also had to learn how to film and edit music videos.

How to market, promote, sell and build a business.

Poverty gave me the pressure I needed to develop these skills...

Now I'm gonna share those skills with you...

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