His debut album, The Adventures of Bobby Ray, sees [lastfm]B.o.B[/lastfm] collaborating with Seena’s Twitter BFF [lastfm]Rivers Cuomo[/lastfm] from [lastfm]Weezer[/lastfm] on “Magic” and with [lastfm]Hayley Willams[/lastfm] of [lastfm]Paramore[/lastfm] on “Airplanes.” What other rock stars would sound good in the studio with [lastfm]Bobby Ray[/lastfm]? We’ve got some ideas – and a poll for you to have your say!
[lastfm]Brandon Flowers[/lastfm] of [lastfm]The Killers[/lastfm] – He’s out right now with his debut solo album, but Flowers could put a little of that Vegas charm into [lastfm]B.o.B[/lastfm]’s game.
[lastfm]The Black Keys[/lastfm] – The duo already recorded a full rap/rock crossover album last year, joining forces with emcees like [lastfm]Mos Def[/lastfm], [lastfm]Ludacris[/lastfm] and [lastfm]Raekwon[/lastfm]. [lastfm]B.o.B[/lastfm]’s flow could find its way alongside [lastfm]Dan Auerbach[/lastfm]’s guitar, right?
[lastfm]Chris Martin[/lastfm] of [lastfm]Coldplay[/lastfm] – Hey, it worked for [lastfm]Jay-Z[/lastfm].
[lastfm]Feist[/lastfm] – So, pairing the current darling of the Dirty South with the Canadian songstress seems out of line. But check out this remix with [lastfm]Feist[/lastfm] and Canadian emcee [lastfm]k-os[/lastfm]. This could be genius.
How about it? Does hearing [lastfm]B.o.B[/lastfm] mix it up with any of these artists sound like a good idea? Or do you have a better one?
Remember you can be rocking with [lastfm]B.o.B[/lastfm] on September 9th at Highlands in Hollywood! Keep listening to AMP for your chance to win tickets to the End Of Summer Switch Party!