Hip-Hop Made: Pete Wentz contemplates which artist Fall Out Boy could have a 'Collision Course' with

'I think people would say Lil Wayne or something'
Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy
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Continuing our celebration of 50 years since the birth of Hip-Hop on Audacy's Hip-Hop Made, Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy weighed in on which artist he would consider doing a Linkin Park/JAY-Z Collision Course-style project with if ever given the chance.

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Chicago rockers Fall Out Boy, with their Alternative flavor and Pop sensibilities always on full display, are no strangers to the Hip-Hop side of things. Aside from counting the genre among their many influences, the band notably offered up in 2015 their American Beauty/American Psycho remix album Make America Psycho Again featuring verses from Migos, Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, Azealia Banks, and more.


If given a chance to create a mashup album akin to the incredible Linkin Park and JAY-Z collaboration Collision Course, FOB's Pete Wentz admits, "I think people would say Lil Wayne or something like that, but I truly think what would be the most interesting one, and thinking of [singer] Patrick [Stump], would be Kid Cudi probably... Kid Cudi/Fall Out Boy I think would be interesting."

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Stay tuned as Audacy continues to celebrate the birth and trailblazing influence of Hip-Hop. Check out audacy.com/hiphopmade all through 2023 for more, and listen to your favorite music on Audacy's Hip Hop Made suite of stations, as well as Conscious Hip HopHip Hop UncutWomen of Hip Hop, and more -- plus check out our talent-hosted Ed Lover's Timeless Throwbacks and Greg Street's Dirty South Hip Hop.

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