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In the music world, it's common for collaborations that no-one would have guessed to occur, frequently leading to mixed reactions.

When discussing star-studded and unexpected collaborations, recently released "18" by Kris Wu, Rich Brian, Trippie Redd, Joji, and Baauer on the production is definitely a release that comes to mind. Going through so many different styles all in the span of 4 minutes is really impressive, especially when it comes to five very different artists.

Leading artist Kris Wu is a Chinese actor, model, and emerging singer/rapper, who also worked with Travis Scott on RnB jam "Deserve" a couple of months back. His auto-tuned and dynamic vocals are a great contrast to Rich Brian's rapping style (formerly known as Rich Chigga), as it's much darker and in a totally different tone. In the middle of the track, the hard Baauer-produced beat turns around and becomes this atmospheric and dreamy vibe featuring washed-out piano chords and Joji's background vocals.

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