1. Jhene Aiko – “Stay Ready” (J Henny Rap Verse )
Even though Jhene’s rapping alter ego sounds just like the singing version of her, we’re here for it.
2. Black Ty – “Fly Away” (Feat. Tyrese & Kurupt)
No, no and no Tyrese.
3. Beyoncé – “Flawless” (Remix) ft. Nicki Minaj
Whether it’s ‘Yonce or Sasha Fierce or Peaches, Beyonce has a couple of alter egs to choose from. However, when she jumped on the “Flawless” remix with Nicki MInaj, we didn’t expect her to spit.
4. Brandy – “How High”
Brandy‘s alter ego Brand Nu made a rare appearance on the previously unreleased tune “How High.” The cut didn’t make her album “Two Eleven,” but is just as refreshing as her singles “Wildest Dreams” or “Put It Down.” “We’re unbreakable, inseparable,” sings Brandy followed by a verse from Brand Nu.
5. Mary J. Blige – Enough Cryin ft. Brook Lynn
Brook Lynn is Mary J. Blige’s rapping alter ego. She created her album, “The Breakthrough.” However on Mary’s “Enough Cryin’,” Brook was the prominent voice on the track and we all realized something: Mary had a flow.
6. Chris Brown – “Look At Me Now” ft. Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes
While Breezy doesn’t have a name for his rapping alter ego, we can’t deny that he’s actually good.
7. Musiq Soulchild – “Husel Music”
The Husel aka Musiq Soulchild made his debut to an intimate crowd of industry personnel and of course the media to unveil his new project “Husel Music.” And honestly, no.
8. Omarion As Maybach O
As soon as he was signed to Maybach Music, Omarion made his rapping debut.