Gwen Stefani feat. Eve – “Rich Girl” – (2004)

Gwen Stefani’s debut solo album, while not No Doubt, really wasn’t too bad. “Interesting” might be one way to classify it, but hits like this propelled it to multi-platinum status with over seven million copies sold. This is actually a Dr. Dre-produced cover of a song from 1993 and features Eve. It was Eve who gave Gwen one of her first solo hits with her song “Let Me Blow Ya Mind.” This peaked at #7 on the Hot 100.

Eve feat. Gwen Stefani – “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” – (2001)

The original purpose of this whole duet thing was to do duets and not songs that use the word “featuring” in the artist line. But there are just so many duets from the 1980s that I am quickly running out of those from the 1990s and, especially, 2000s to feature alongside them. I picked this song because I really liked it when it came out and, as I’m listening to it now, still enjoy it. The song is actually pretty good and it won the inaugural Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. It also reached #2 on the Hot 100.

Wolfgang Gartner feat. Eve – “Get ‘Em” – (2011)

Here’s a song I came across. Wolfgang Gartner has some awesome instrumental tracks and this one featured Eve, who was pretty good and really popular about 10 years ago. She’s got a decent voice and can rap pretty well. When I saw “Wolfgang Gartner” and “Eve,” I thought, “This could be good.” And it is. It’s upbeat and Eve is just laying down lyrics really quick. It’s a dance track, no doubt. I’m not sure that this was a single, but it’s my favorite song off the album Weekend in America, Gartner’s first full-length album. “Wolfgang, E-V-E hands up top.”