Woman to Woman: Hot Female Collaborations

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"Woman to Woman" feat. Ashanti - This duet with Ashanti is the perfect woman-to-woman anthem. The two singers are caught in a situation where they're sharing the same man, yet giving each other the low down on "their" man's behavior. A classic scenario complemented by solid vocals, this one is definitely for the mature ladies ready to have a conversation with the "other woman." (Photos from left to right: Ben Rose/PictureGroup, Alli Harvey/Getty Images)

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"Woman to Woman" - Today, in honor of the release of Keyshia Cole's new album Woman to Woman and her duet by Ashanti of the same title, we're going through some of the most epic all female collabs of the past 20 years. Click on to see our favorites! Don't miss 106 & Park tonight at 6P/5C!(Photos from left: Ben Rose/PictureGroup, Alli Harvey/Getty Images)

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"When You Believe" - In 1998, the two biggest divas of this generation, Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston, hit the studio to record the epic duet "When You Believe" for The Prince of Egypt soundtrack. It's one of the few times that two legends of their caliber got together and made magic. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images, Cindy Ord/Getty Images)

"Telephone" - Lady Gaga is often heralded as the second coming of Madonna, so it was only right that the over-the-top superstar enlisted Beyonc? for the remix of her hit "Telephone" a few years back. Let's just say that Queen Bey stepped in and slayed her verse!  (Photos from left: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images,  Kristian Dowling/PictureGroup)

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"Telephone" - Lady Gaga is often heralded as the second coming of Madonna, so it was only right that the over-the-top superstar enlisted Beyoncé for the remix of her hit "Telephone" a few years back. Let's just say that Queen Bey stepped in and slayed her verse! (Photos from left: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images,  Kristian Dowling/PictureGroup)

Brandy vs. Monica - During the mid-1990s, R&B stars Brandy & Monica were vying for the attention of the same fan base. Their relationship was very icy in public until they came together in 1998 for the smash hit ?The Boy Is Mine.?(Photos: Frank Micelotta/PictureGroup; Kristian Dowling/PictureGroup)

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"The Boy Is Mine"/"It All Belongs To Me" - In 1998, Brandy and Monica hit fans with "The Boy Is Mine" and then, over a decade later, the girls that turned into amazing women released "It All Belongs to Me" to the thrill of fans and music lovers everywhere. (Photos from left: Ben Rose/PictureGroup, Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images)

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"Up Out My Face" - Despite rumors that Nicki Minaj and Mariah Carey have beef, best believe that two years ago the two were an amazing double team on Mariah's single "Up Out My Face." (Photos from left:Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images, David Livingston/Getty Images)

"Beautiful Liar" - Two hot tamales are exactly what Shakira and Bey are and they actually looked like twins in the "Beautiful Liar" video.  (Photos from left: Jason Merritt/Getty Images, Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

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"Beautiful Liar" - Two hot tamales are exactly what Shakira and Bey are and they actually looked like twins in the "Beautiful Liar" video. (Photos from left: Jason Merritt/Getty Images, Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

"Let Me Blow Your Mind" - Eve and the one and only Gwen Stefani rode four wheelers in the streets in the video for "Let Me Blow Your Mind."  (Photos from left: Jason Kempin/Getty Images,Derek Reed / Picture Group)

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"Let Me Blow Your Mind" - Eve and the one and only Gwen Stefani rode four wheelers in the streets in the video for "Let Me Blow Your Mind." (Photos from left: Jason Kempin/Getty Images,Derek Reed / Picture Group)

20. "Heartbreak Hotel" With Faith Evans and Kelly Price - It had been eight years since her last album, but 1998's My Love Is Your Love showed that Whitney had no problem sounding as current and up-to-date as ever, and this ballad is perhaps the finest example. In one of her most vulnerable performances ever, she shined alongside two of the next generation's finest young divas.(Photos: Moses Robinson/Getty Images; REUTERS/Ethan Miller; Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

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"Heartbreak Hotel" - Whitney Houston took Kelly Price under her wing years ago and saw her as a sister and a friend. When they added Faith Evans into the mix, they concocted "Heartbreak Hotel." Women everywhere related to the song and sing it when they're letting an old flame go. Classic! (Photos from left: Moses Robinson/Getty Images,REUTERS/Ethan Miller, Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

"I'm Out" Featuring Nicki Minaj - If Ciara is trying to rise above the fray, this opening club banger could be seen as a step into the right direction. Emerging buzzsaw synth flourishes, clapping breakdowns and chanty lyrics about partying in the face of heartbreak, while made to fall right into the mix, give the standard dancefloor vibe. Nicki Minaj offers her usual blazing guest verse to turn this into the latest female anthem.    (Photos: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

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"I'm Legit" - Nicki Minaj and Ciara are too legit to quit this game for anyone, and since they're two of the hottest chicks in music, they let you know every reason why in their new song "I'm Legit," from Nicki's new album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up. (Photos: Jason Merritt/Getty Images)

"Trust" - Keyshia Cole and Monica are great friends, so their collaboration on "Trust" was an extremely organic match made in heaven.Don't miss Keyshia Cole tonight on 106 & Park!   (Photos from left: Mark Davis/Getty Images, D Dipasupil/Getty Images)

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"Trust" - Keyshia Cole and Monica are great friends, so their collaboration on "Trust" was an extremely organic match made in heaven.Don't miss Keyshia Cole tonight on 106 & Park! (Photos from left: Mark Davis/Getty Images, D Dipasupil/Getty Images)