5 of The Best Top Hit Music Collaborations in 2017

By all means, 2017 seems to be the year of all unimaginable collabos that nobody envisaged. 2016 might have seen a good chunk of music collaborations, but only a handful of these collabos made it to the top of the billboard. However, 2017 has opened on a good note, with almost every new song featuring more than just one artist or one artist group. Here are a few songs that we have collected for you hoping that they’ll impress you.  Enjoy;

  1. Maroon 5 ft. Future – Cold

Adam Lavigne is just one creative fella. All of his works are just hard to replicate. That explains why nobody has tried to produce a Pokémon-version of their song, like he did in ‘Don’t Wanna Know’. Well here is yet another party song from the artist, featuring Future.


  1. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Like This

Well, well, well, if it ain’t the coveted Chainsmokers. They’re still smoking some chains and then cooling them down with some Coldplay. At first I thought that this Collabo would be outrageous, somewhat boring, but for sure this song is a heartwarming one.


  1. SHAGGY feat OMI – SEASONS produced by COSTI

This one is a total Knock-out to all songs that will be produced in the Caribbean this year. This Time Shaggy and OMI set the bar too high for Jamaican Musicians. Honestly I don’t think there’s any song produced in Jamaica this year that can wipe SEASONS off the Top Chart. Sadly, the song is still lagging behind in terms of YouTube Views.


  1. Zayn & Taylor Swift – I Don’t Wanna Live Forever

For the larger part of 2017, this song will remain a hit, especially now that it has already been featured in a Movie (Fifty Shades Darker). Taylor Swift collaborated with the One Direction ‘Former’, Zayn Malik to produce a smooth tune identical to Jamie Dornan works.


  1. Martin Garrix ft. Dua Lipa – Scared To Be Lonely

Finally, here comes the song that has been covered by nearly every Youtuber on the Planet. This duo is headed for better days, just like The Chainsmokers.


Thanks everyone, if you feel that we left out some better songs than these ones, feel free to comment below or to talk to us on Facebook.



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