Sagittarius Musicians Who Should Collab (Because They Have the Same Birthday)
Sagittarius musicians, where you at? We’re in Sag season, baby! I’ve discussed Sagittarius musicians here on this page before. I have a list of all Sagittarius musicians here. I also discussed how Sagittarius musicians can use their sign to further their music career here.
Today, we are simply pointing out which Sagittarius musicians have the same birthday, then we are imagining what a collab would be like between them. Could be great, could be a disaster, only the stars will tell!
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Sagittarius Musicians Who Should Collaborate
These Sagittarius musicians are people that I personally think should collab. If anyone wants to do a mashup of any of these, please let me know!
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I’m going to tell you right now, this has been the hardest list I’ve made so far. While there are, of course, a ton of fantastic Sagittarius musicians, their birthdays are spread out. This list focuses on artists I know well, so I might miss your faves. Just tweet me and let me know or comment below!
Kat Deluna and Rita Ora
Both Kat Deluna and Rita Ora were born November 26th. I love Kat Deluna, but she’s not a household name. She actually only had one or two big songs, but I love this one:
Looking into where Kat Deluna is now, it appears she has a very successful YouTube channel that focuses on her music and recipes. Rita Ora is another great singer who has remained sort of below-the-radar for some reason. Although she’s not a household name, she’s had a couple of big hits.
They’re both kind of in the same genre and both great singers, so I think this would be a cool collab!
Natasha Bedingfield and Tina Turner
Both of these ladies, like the ones above, were born November 26th. We could mix and match them (Natasha and Rita could be great), but I think Natasha Bedingfield and Tina Turner have similar vocal styles. Natasha Bedingfield was huge when her single “Unwritten” was released:
We all know the iconic Tina Turner. This is my favorite song of hers, and my favorite hairstyle of all time:
If you listen to both, they both have a gravely tone to their voices. They’re both incredible and I want this to happen!
Randy Newman and Trey Songz
Listen, I know. But hear me out: They’re both good, and genre crossovers can be really great. They can also be horrible, but I think we should try this and find out. Both artists were born November 28th. Randy Newman is a singer/songwriter with a very distinct voice:
He’s also well-known for his work on Toy Story. Like him or not, his voice is unmistakeable. Trey Songz is a dance/R&B artist with a lot of hits:
Again, this could be a train wreck. There’s only one way to find out, and I think we should try it. Feel free to agree or disagree in the comments!
New Kids on the Block and The Game
This collab is a little easier to imagine. Technically, it’s only Jonathan Knight-Rodriguez of NKOTB who shares a birthday with The Game. Both were born November 29th. Boy Bands working with rappers is not unheard of, so this could be cool. New Kids on the Block were the N*Sync of their day, but they’ve still had recent hits:
The Game is a rapper; I’m a big fan. He could do a great feature on a future NKOTB song:
To be completely honest, I’m not super familiar with NKOTB. However, I know they’re a “boy band” and have a lot of fans, and I know The Game is a great rapper. I think this could happen, and I think we would enjoy it.
Billy Idol and Clay Aiken
Come on, this would be great. Both born November 30th, these two would be a fantastic collab. Billy Idol is a rock icon:
Clay Aiken started on American Idol (wasn’t he adorable?). Although he didn’t win, he had a hugely successful solo album:
Both are icons, both can sing, both should collab. Case closed.
Bette Midler and Janelle Monae
Both singing queens born December 1st, both actors as well. Bette Midler is best known for the movie “Beaches” and its theme song:
Janelle Monae is an R&B queen with a great sense of style:
While they have different genres, I think you really can’t go wrong with two powerful singers! Plus, I’d love a mashup of these two songs.
Britney Spears and Charlie Puth
This could be seriously cool. Both are December 2nd Sagittarii. Britney Spears is of course an iconic pop star. She has so many hits that I’m not even sure what to put here, but her breakout hit was “…Baby One More Time:”
On an important note, Britney Spears is currently powerless to do pretty much anything, and it sucks. The #FreeBritney movement is, as of this post, still going strong.
Charlie Puth is a singer/songwriter with a lot of hits as well. I saw him live a few years ago (you can read about it here), but this is one of my faves:
I sing this to my dogs when they bother me. Anyway, I think these two would make an awesome song, if Britney’s dad will let her (ugh).
Montell Jordan and Ozzy Osbourne
Both born December 3rd, Montell Jordan is an R&B singer who had a huge hit with “This is How We Do It:”
Ozzy Osbourne is, of course, a reality TV star. He also was in Black Sabbath and then had a huge solo music career:
Dionne Farris and Jay Z
You’ve likely heard of rapper Jay Z, but I need you to also know about Dionne Farris. Both born December 4th, these two Sags are incredible and should definitely collab. Jay Z has so many hits it’s hard to even name them all, but this is his top video on Youtube:
Dionne Farris has been pigeon-holed as an “R&B Singer,” but her biggest hit was most definitely more rock:
While this song was big in the 90s, she’s flown under the radar since then. Her last album came out in 2014, and I think a song with Jay Z would be a great idea for her. She can stick to her musical roots since Jay Z can work on pretty much anything.
Keri Hilson and Girls’ Generation
Technically, it’s only Kwon Yu-ri (known as Yuri) from Girls’ Generation who shares a December 5th birthday with Keri Hilson. However, I think this could be a great mashup. Girls’ Generation is/was a K-Pop sensation:
They are technically not together anymore, but we don’t let things like contracts get in the way of imagining collabs here. Also, several of the girls (including Yuri) have renewed their contracts with SM Entertainment. Keri Hilson is not only an R&B singer, she’s also a songwriter and producer. Here is one of her most popular songs:
She hasn’t released anything solo in a long while, so this would be a good revival for both artists. Blending these sounds would be really cool. I think it should happen!
Aaron Carter and Frankie J
Both male pop artists, both born December 7th. Aaron Carter is now known more for his antics than his music, but if he wanted to make a comeback, Frankie J would be a good option. Frankie J actually started out in Selena Quintanilla’s band, but his biggest solo hit was “Don’t Wanna Try” in 2003:
Aaron Carter was more well-known in childhood, as the brother of Backstreet Boy Nick Carter. This was the latest release of his I could find, since he was a child when his first album came out:
Look, I know he’s had a lot of issues, but this song kind of slaps. He clearly can sing. I don’t know if this would be a good collab, but what would it hurt to try?
Sara Bareilles and Tom Waits
Both of these artists were also December 7th, as the two above. However, I actually think this would be a good mashup. Both are songwriters and piano players, so even a piano cover duel would be great. Sara Bareilles has been on Broadway and released multiple albums under the “piano-based pop soul” category:
Tom Waits is a very distinctive singer, leaning more toward jazz or blues:
Both of them use deep, moving lyrics and are heavily piano-based. Both of them make black and white music videos. This is a collab made in heaven.
Slipknot and Sinéad O’Connor
Sinéad O’Connor shares a December 8th birthday with Corey Taylor of Slipknot. O’Connor is more of a pop artist, but she’s had a lot of controversies and that has become more of her persona.
Slipknot is a heavy metal band, so we’re blending completely different genres here:
Given O’Connor’s willingness to push the limits, I think she might be down for a Slipknot collab. Her voice would actually work well with that genre and it would be completely unexpected.
Hometown and Sam Hunt
Dayl Cronin from Hometown shares a December 8th birthday with Sam Hunt. I unfortunately confused Hometown with Home Free, a country a capella group. Hometown is in fact a boy band:
Sam Hunt is also a country artist, but is known for adding a soulful twist to it:
Honestly, I think Home Free and Sam Hunt would be a great collab, and Hometown technically doesn’t exist before. Just for funsies, here’s a Home Free song:
They would sound great with Sam Hunt, don’t you think? Anyway, I ruined this one so let’s keep moving.
Ingrid Michealson and Nicki Minaj
Both born December 8th, these are two vastly different artists. You’ve likely heard of Nicki Minaj, famed rapper, American Idol judge and mogul:
Ingrid Michealson is an indie singer-songwriter, with a very distinct tone and style:
Adding a rap feature to any song is technically possible, but it takes a lot of skill to pull it off. I think Nicki Minaj has that skill, and I think these two would make a great creative collab.
Imogen Heap and Green Day
Imogen Heap shares her December 9th birthday with Tre Cool of Green Day. Admittedly, I know little about Imogen Heap, but she’s been a big deal for a while now:
Green Day is a punk rock group and Tre Cool is their drummer:
So, technically, he could just play drums for Imogen Heap and that would be a collab. However, I think the band together would make a cool and interesting collab.
Mötley Crüe and Avenged Sevenfold
Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue shares a December 11th birthday with Zacky Vengeance of Avenged Sevenfold. Nikki Sixx is the bassist and primary songwriter of Motley Crue:
Zacky Vengeance is the rhythm guitarist and backing vocalist for metal band Avenged Sevenfold, or A7X:
Their genres are just different enough to make this an unusual collab. However, I think they’re also both similar enough that this could be cool.
Dionne Warwick and Sheila E
I’ve written about Dionne Warwick in my post about every Whitney Houston song ever. She’s an R&B singer (and Whitney’s cousin). She shares a December 12th with Sheila E, known originally for playing drums for Prince and later releasing her own material.
Just because I’m a huge Whitney stan, here is a duet with her and Dionne Warwick:
This song came out the same year as The Bodyguard, so it was largely pushed aside at the time. Dionne Warwick has a unique, smokey kind of voice. Sheila E was more of a pop artist:
She’s still making music today, and teaches a MasterClass on drumming. I think these two would make a great song together!
Evanescence and Taylor Swift
SHUT UP THIS WOULD BE SO GOOD. Amy Lee of Evanescence was born December 13th, just like Taylor Swift. Honestly, even just the two of them would be great together. Of course, we all know Taylor Swift:
Evanescence is a cool mix of rock music with classical, etheral vocals provided by Amy Lee:
Their two voices together would sound great, but giving Taylor Swift a rock collab would be yet another genre she can conquer.
ZZ Top and Zara Larsson
This one would be wild, no? Zara Larsson shares her December 16th birthday with Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top. Larsson is best known for her vocal style and pop music:
ZZ Top is of course a rock band with this huge hit:
They are still making music today. Honestly I cannot see this one ever happening, but that’s exactly the reason it should. I would even love a Zara Larsson cover of La Grange, that would be fine. Fingers crossed!
Billie Eilish and Christina Aguilera
ARE YOU KIDDING ME?!? I had no idea they were both born December 18th, but that’s amazing. Couples who want kids: try to plan out your birth on this day because your kid will make you rich. We all know both of these artists, but here’s Billie Eilish:
Her music career has absolutely skyrocketed. We also know Christina Aguilera, pop diva icon:
They have totally different vocal styles, but the right song could blend the two and make it incredible. I’ve taken Christina Aguilera’s Masterclass and wrote about it here, here and here if you want to check it out!
The Rolling Stones and Sia
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones and Sia were also born December 18th (see what I mean about December 18th being a great day for musicians?). Truly, you could swap any of the four around and it would be an incredible collab. The Rolling Stones with Billie Eilish, Sia with Billie Eilish, Sia with Christina Aguilera, there’s no way for this not to work! The Rolling Stones were/are a rock band I’m sure you know:
Sia is an incredible singer/songwriter who primarily focuses on pop music:
Her powerful vocals would sound great with the Rolling Stones!