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Earlier this week, the single "F-ck Love" leaked online.

Penned by Trina, it recounts her doomed relationship with French Montana and includes some very harsh language clearly aimed at Khloe Kardashian.

Trina blasts the reality star for allegedly stealing Montana from her, but while debate may rage on forever regarding whether Montana cheated, Trina cheated or both cheated, this much is certain:

The rapper isn't the first artist to slam a member of the Kardashian family in a public, musical forum.

Snoop Dogg has dissed Kim. Eminem has bashed Kim and Khloe. And remember Ray J, the man featured on the Kim Kardashian sex tape? He hit it first... and he wants to make sure everyone knows that.

Click through the following gallery to see who has hit a few negative notes when it comes to this terrible set of relatives:

RAY J
Crooned Ray J in this hilarious single: "She might move on to rappers and ballplayers, but we all know I hit it first." About whom could he be referring?!?

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Musicians are forever pushing the envelope, honing their crafts, stretching their limits.

Or they're just trying to get as many #1 hits as possible in order to sell more records and make more money to buy big cribs with multi-car garages and basketball courts in the basement.

To that end, artists frequently collaborate with other artists to experiment with style and sound. Sometimes they cross the genre lines and what results is... unexpected. 

Nearly an entire season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta was dedicated to Kandi Burruss' quest for songwriting credits in Country music and she teamed up with Sara Evans to make it happen.

Some of these collaborations are wildly more successful than others, but when rap meets country or when pop meets metal, it feels weird. So weird it's good.

Here are 11 weird musical collaborations that totally work. Get ready to groove!

Katy Perry and Juicy J - Dark Horse
Academy Award winner Juicy J's inclusion on Katy Perry's "Dark Horse" made the song sure to be a hit instead of a, well, dark horse.

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A recent study of past and present pop music sought to rank the greatest singers of all time on the basis of their vocal range.

We think it's safe to say the results are... surprising.

Taylor Swift - #77
Taylor glammed up for the red carpet. Photos like this remind us why she's had so many boyfriends.

For example, if you can predict ahead of time which two crooners tied for the top spot, well then you, sir or madam, have quite the ear for music.

You should probably replace all three judges on American Idol and produce Caleb Johnson's first number one record.

In other words, you can't predict this list. No one can.

We've all got our ideas of what constitutes good and bad music and this list throws concepts like creative ingenuity, songwriting ability and stage presence right out the window and judges artists solely by the highest and lowest notes they can hit.

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Like Miley Cyrus wearing a shirt or Chris Brown controlling his anger, this is something we never thought we'd see:

Eminem showing love to mother Debbie Mathers.

But that's the exact basis for the rapper's "Headlights" video, which was directed by Spike Lee and filmed in the artist's childhood neighborhood of Detroit.

Told from his mother’s point of view, the video features lines such as “Ma, you’re still beautiful to me because you’re my mom,” and “I love you, Debbie Mathers," a stark contrast from 2002's "Cleanin Out My Closet," in which Eminem went off on Mathers.

Watch the emotional footage now and, hey, give your mom a hug today. If Eminem can do it, so can you...

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Happy Valentine's Day, THGers!

Have you bought her the chocolate box yet? The roses? The endless stream of balloons? Okay, good.

As you now try to decide which of the Most Romantic Movies of All-Time to pop into your DVD player, we're here to help you set the mood.

After all, nothing beats a good love song. With that in mind, we've compiled a bunch of literal love songs below.

These all contain the word "love" - and while Eminem and Rihanna rapping about domestic abuse might not put you in the mood... keep clicking away. It gets more romantic and more Bieber-licious as the gallery goes on:

Eminem and Rihanna - "Love The Way You Lie"
Eminem and Rihanna rap here about domestic abuse. It's not the most romantic message in history. But it's a fun track!

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It will be many more years before Eminem and Rihanna become Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees, but with collaborations like this, both will be there.

When they first joined forces on the hit “Love the Way You Lie” from Eminem’s Recovery album, fans were smitten. Their latest duet is no less electric.

The two music superstars have come together again this week for a "Monster" music video that is as dark and disturbing as it is compelling and catchy:

In the video, Rihanna and Eminem lament their relationships with their own personal demons in a violent, sexy and mesmerizing new music video.

It fits the overall tone of Eminem’s Marshall Mathers LP 2 album well, as the rapper looks freaked out and starts acting out, frightened at who he is.

The screen fills with images of the oft-troubled rapper getting violent, popping pills, and hanging out with his daughter, Hailie Scott, when she was little.

As he confronts his “monsters,” Rihanna plays an equally messed-up therapist who's tasked with helping him out. It only gets crazier from there.

Watch it above and see what transpires ... it's interesting to say the least!

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Eminem has released his music video for "Rap God," his latest single from The Marshall Mathers LP 2, and it's a lot to take in, lyrically and visually.

The six-minute video is a roller-coaster of rapid-fire wordplay and eye-popping clips, even by the high standards of the self-proclaimed "Rap God."

After the intro, Em channels Keanu Reeves a la The Matrix, being fed information as computer cameras scan his library of books, music, films and TV.

The suggestion is that the rapper is something beyond human, receiving artificial assistance to pen his rhymes ... which are pretty out of this world.

Marshall borrows from many of the greats as well as him himself, dropping a rhyme cypher in a scene strikingly similar to his 2002 film 8 Mile.

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Whether it makes any difference or not is an open question, but many people feel Eminem lip-synced his performance on Saturday Night Live this weekend.

While the critics generally loved Kerry Washington on SNL, Eminem received mixed reviews after taking the stage to perform his new hit single "Berzerk."

No one's likening the "Rap God" to Milli Vanilli, who couldn't sing in the studio either, or to Britney Spears (you gotta hear her actual vocals), but still.

Take a look below and see if you think it's as obvious as we think:

At times, when the rapper pulled the mic away from his mouth, it sure sounded and looked like the vocals continued at full volume. Even so ... does it matter?

People's view of lip-syncing seems to vary on a case-by-case basis.

Some stars get torn apart for it, others don't. If it's the Super Bowl, people TWEAK. Other times, less so. Similarly, some mask it better than others.

You tell us: Was Eminem lip-syncing on SNL, and does it matter?

 

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Eminem may be a Rap God, but he continues to act like an enemy of the LGBT community.

The artist's newly-released single kicks off with lyrics about breaking "a motherf-cking table over the back of a couple faggots" and goes on to say: "You fags think it’s all a game."

In the second verse, Eminem raps about a "little gay-looking boy" who is "so gay I can barely say it with a straight face-looking boy."

Not all listeners are fans of these words and this isn't the first time Eminem has faced criticism for his seemingly homophobic lyrics.

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Eminem is done celebrating his daughter as homecoming queen and is back to focusing on new music.

The artist released the latest track off his upcoming album, "Marshall Mathers LP 2," last night and it has the sort of title that would make Kanye West either proud or jealous: "Rap God."

The song is now available on iTunes and you can give it a listen right here and now:

In anticipation of taking back over the music world, Eminem has also unveiled the Berzerk music video.

Watch it now and sound off: Will you be purchasing his new album?

 

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