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Two Reasons Why Music Collaboration Has Produced Some of History’s Most Memorable Songs

Some of the biggest hits of the last half-century have come when two or more artists partnered for a single project. Music Collaboration is a force in its own right that can give rise to truly unforgettable tunes, rhythms, themes, and lyrics. Understanding what often happens when multiple creative types pool their talents will make it clear why such projects are frequently so successful.

Collaboration Reveals Hidden Capabilities and Opens Up New Possibilities

The power of collaboration has been well and pointedly highlighted in a vast array of areas of human endeavor. Even businesses that formerly sought to cultivate cutthroat competition within their ranks are quite a bit more likely to encourage teamwork and mutual support today.

Collaboration is every bit as effective among the creative types who are most prone to writing and performing great music. While the image of the lone artist struggling in solitude is still a compelling one with a bit of basis in reality, musicians who take the time to connect with their peers are almost more successful.

Choosing to collaborate with a new partner can allow a songwriter or musician to accomplish things that would otherwise have been impossible. Some of the benefits that collaboration often brings include improvements with regard to issues like:

  • Technique. Even the most accomplished of musicians will inevitably be forced to work with a limited set of tools. Collaborating with another artist will mean expanding the toolbox to include techniques and approaches that would otherwise be out of reach. Such results are probably seen most clearly when musicians reach out across genres to connect with others who have markedly different backgrounds. Even simply working with an artist who has a different way of playing a particular instrument can make a difference.
  • Inspiration. Artists who lack inspiration tend to produce unremarkable, conventional works. Collaborating with another musician can put an artist’s creativity into overdrive thanks to the new sources of inspiration.

Many More Great Collaborative Works Await

Benefits like these can turn even relatively pedestrian musicians into superstars, at least on occasion. Choosing to collaborate with another musician will rarely be unproductive and will often yield entirely unexpected and fascinating results.