10 Most Hip Hop Fall Out Boy Collaborations

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It’s been over four years since the release of the last Fall Out Boy album and to end their hiatus the rockers from Chicago released the interestingly titled “My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark.” The song, which seemingly came out of nowhere a few weeks ago, was accompanied by an equally mysterious video featuring none other than 2 Chainz. Weird, right? The Atlanta rapper even joined the boys for a performance during this year’s NBA All-Star weekend festivities. But linking up with 2 Chainz isn’t FOB’s first forays into hip-hop collaborations. Here XXL takes a look at Fall Out Boy’s 10 Most Hip Hop Moments.—Kai Acevedo (@LilPuccii)

  • j

    What about when FOB did that song “One And Only” on Timbaland’s Shock Value?

    • http://www.ihazachoochootrainproblem.com/ RunningWithScalpels

      AGREED.

    • Brandon Edward IV

      That was not hip-hop. It was quasi-rock with a black guy with asthma (Timbaland) featured on it who’s bad singing could almost pass as stylized rap. Yes, I realize Tim raps elsewhere but still…

  • Ana

    Im so glad their back! Its like a dream come true and a times I still cant believe it.

  • Falesha Reel

    I really can’t count how many times I’ve listen to songs by fall out boy, and songs ft. Patrick Stump. I’m so happy their back together, even though they are very different then before, I think their new song is great and catchy and i believe the ones after will be too.

  • cassadaga

    patrick on cupid’s chokehold by gym class heroes was amazing too.

    • lyn

      and clothes off!

  • blue

    They were the first people I know to co sign tyga to.

  • blue

    And Patrick’s work with Gym Class Heros has been good.. They also gave them a record deal. Also Patrick’s hook on XVs project is great.

  • swaggie mcswagballs

    what about patrick providing the hook on dont forget it now by tyga?

    i think he also produced about another 4 songs on whatever mixtape/album that song is from