Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri created magic on several albums. But it was Mariah's "Emancipation of Mimi" that changed the game
Diddy, or Puff Daddy then has been producing for Mary J. Blige since the beginning at Uptown Records. The magic duos created hits with "What's the 411", "My Life" and "Share My World"
Toni Braxton and Babyface? Unstoppable! The duo ruled the mid-nineties with hits like "Love Shoulda Brought You Home" and "Unbreak My Heart"
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg put the west coast back on the map post-NWA. Snoop's "DoggyStyle" in 1993 became a hip-hop classic
Janet Jackson fired Joe Jackson and got on the New Jack train with Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. After the monster hit "Control" the rest is music history!
There's arguably no more powerful musical pairing then Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. We have just one word: THRILLER.
Jay-Z has a few producer collaborations. Notably with Swizz Beatz and Kanye West. But when he partnered with the genius Pharell Williams, the world said, Excuse Me!
Brandy was a teeny booper with a steady stream of 90's pop hits. When the "Moesha" actress partnered with Rodney Jerkins, she showed the world she was no little girl. For this starlet, "Full Moon" and "Afrodisiac" were pure game-changers