Put It in a Love Song

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38. "Loveeeee Song," Rihanna feat. Future - Rih Rih got a tender but upbeat slow jam out of her Unapologetic set with this critically acclaimed duet with Future.(Photos from left: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BET, Simone Joyner/Getty Images)

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"Loveeeee Song" - Future has slowly turned into everyone's favorite rapper and the most recent evidence of that is his feature on Rihanna's new song, "Loveeeee Song."  If you can't get enough of Future, tune in to 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C for a very special live performance!(Photos from left: Rick Diamond/Getty Images for BET, Simone Joyner/Getty Images)

'Crazy in Love,' Featuring Jay Z - Undoubtedly one of the best rap-R&B combos of the new millennium, Beyonc?'s first solo single, "Crazy in Love," set her on the road to solo superstardom and gave us first glimpses of several Bey staples: horn-heavy percussion-driven production; soaring, emotive wail; and super-suggestive dance moves. Years later, this is still the height of the Carter-Knowles partnership (not counting Blue Ivy, of course).  (Photo: Sony BMG Music Entertainment)

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"Crazy in Love" - Beyonce and Jay-Z have been frequent collaborators for about a decade. Although one of their most recent collaborations was their beautiful daughter, Blue Ivy, musically, "Crazy In Love" is one of their best! (Photo: Columbia Records)

"Triumphant" - "Triumphant" isn't exactly a love song, but Mariah's collaboration with Meek Mill and Rick Ross was definitely a loving marriage between R&B and hip hop.  (Photo: Island Def Jam)

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"Triumphant" - "Triumphant" isn't exactly a love song, but Mariah's collaboration with Meek Mill and Rick Ross was definitely a loving marriage between R&B and hip hop. (Photo: Island Def Jam)

"You Got Me" - If you need to know who will hold you down when you need it the most, then Keke Palmer's love anthem, "You Got Me," featuring Kevin McCall, is the tune for you. (Photo: Atlantic Records)

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"You Got Me" - If you need to know who will hold you down when you need it the most, then Keke Palmer's love anthem, "You Got Me," featuring Kevin McCall, is the tune for you. (Photo: Atlantic Records)

"Only Wanna Give It to You" - When you know who you want and you go for it, play Elle Varner's "Only Wanna Give It to You" featuring J. Cole. It'll definitely send the message about how you really feel to the object of your affection.  (Photo: J Records)

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"Only Wanna Give It to You" - When you know who you want and you go for it, play Elle Varner's "Only Wanna Give It to You" featuring J. Cole. It'll definitely send the message about how you really feel to the object of your affection.  (Photo: J Records)

22. Keyshia Cole ft. Lil Wayne "Enough Of No Love" - She brings pain and truth to her music and that's why Keyshia Cole is one of R&B's brightest shining stars. In 2012, she returned to music with her album Woman to Woman, which led with the Weezy-featuring smash hit "Enough of No Love." (Photo: Interscope)

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"Enough of No Love" - Keyshia Cole has had "Enough of No Love" and she hit Weezy up to have him get in on the action. She's ready for love and she's letting you know.

"Lay It on Me" - Last summer, Kelly Rowland released her hit single "Lay It on Me," featuring Detroit's finest, Big Sean. The song is really appropriate for the moment when you have finally wooed your conquest successfully.  (Photo: Universal Motown)

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"Lay It on Me" - Last summer, Kelly Rowland released her hit single "Lay It on Me," featuring Detroit's finest, Big Sean. The song is really appropriate for the moment when you have finally wooed your conquest successfully. (Photo: Universal Motown)

ATL Shawty - ATL's new Crunk princess would bring in Ludacris for another successful single on the Goodies album, "Oh." The music video would imprint the image of Ciara climbing and twerking on a car in the memories of fans across the world, pushing the single to the top ten on seven major music charts.(Photo: Peter Kramer/Getty Images)

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"Ride"/"Oh" - We've seen Ciara and Ludacris collaborate twice. She first released "Oh" when she was a rookie in the game. Then, two years ago, Ciara released her single "Ride."(Photo: Peter Kramer/Getty Images)

"My Baby" - Janet Jackson and Kanye West's "My Baby" highlights the finer points about being in love and keeping that love young. (Photo: Theo Wargo/WireImage)

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"My Baby" - Janet Jackson and Kanye West's "My Baby" highlights the finer points about being in love and keeping that love young. (Photo: Theo Wargo/WireImage)

33. Brandy ft. Chris Brown "Put It Down" - Brandy teamed up with Chris Brown for her comeback single, ?Put It Down.? (Photo: RCA Records)

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"Put It Down" - Brandy recently made her comeback to the music scene. She led her album with hit single "Put It Down," which features Chris Brown. The song is innocent, fun and all about the love. (Photo: Courtesy of RCA)