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The 10 Best Non-Fall Out Boy Patrick Stump Collaborations

We've compiled the rockstar's greatest group efforts, from collabs with scene staples New Found Glory and Cobra Starship to EDM sisters Krewella and rapper Lupe Fiasco

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Cobra Starship, "Cupid's Chokehold" (2005)

Fall Out Boy singer Patrick Stump helped Travie McCoy and co. rework Supertramp’s “Breakfast In America” into a chart-busting stomper in 2005, right around the time Travie’s Gym Class Heroes signed to Pete Wentz’ Fueled by Ramen off-shoot, Decaydance Records. With McCoy’s hazy raps and an emphasized bass, Patrick’s high-pitched chorus gave the track the lovelorn whine that fit the mood. —Emilee Lindner

2 / 10

Krewella, "Dancing With The Devil" (2013)

Along with Blink-182 drummer Travis Braker, Patrick traded pop-punk for hardcore EDM on this grinding collaboration that features Krewella harmonizing with Stump on the thunderous chorus. Fun fact: Patrick and the Krewella crew are from neighborhing towns in the Chicago suburbs, making this track a true win for the Chi.—Jeff Benjamin

3 / 10

The Roots, "Birthday Girl" (2008)

The Roots are easily one of the most prolific bands in the modern era, collaborating with everyone and their mother on record and on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. One of our favorites in recent history is this soulful tune, "Birthday Girl," featuring our beloved Fall Out Boy frontman.—Maria Sherman

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Tyga, "Don't Regret It Now" (2008)

Long before Tyga was making everyday headlines with his on-again, off-again relationship with the hippest and youngest member of the Kardashian clan, Kylie Jenner, he was writing songs with massive hooks featuring Patrick Stump, apparently. At least, so goes the tale of "Don't Regret It Now." —Maria Sherman

5 / 10

Weekend Nachos, "Jock Powerviolence" (2011)

Weekend Nachos are definitely the odd men out on this already bizarre list. The Illinois powerviolence group must've met the Fall Out Boy frontman in the Chicago scene back in the day, because we're really confused as to how a song like "Jock Powerviolence" exists.

When Stump's vocals kick in on the track, they're heavier than we ever heard from him before. He screams, "I stopped trying to be cool a long time ago." We're not sure that's something he's ever had to worry about.—Maria Sherman

6 / 10

The Cab, "One of THOSE Nights" (2008)

The Cab was a beloved power pop-punk group in the mid-aughts, so it makes sense they'd find their way to a Stump collabo. Added bonus: Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie also sings on "One of THOSE Nights," so it's basically a supergroup here.—Maria Sherman

7 / 10

New Found Glory, "King of Wishful Thinking" (2007)

New Found Glory predate Fall Out Boy in the pop-punk game but it's clear that musical environment is one of support and not derision: they've been buds forever. It makes sense that they've hop on each other's songs, and this cover of Go West's "King of Wishful Thinking" does not disappoint.—Maria Sherman

8 / 10

Timbaland, "One and Only" (2007) -- also features Patrick Stump

This tune is a weird one. Stump takes the lead for most of the song which makes it feel a little bit more rock 'n' roll than we'd typically expect. It's the good kind of weird, of course.—Maria Sherman

9 / 10

Transit, "All Your Heart" (2011)

Massachusetts emo legends Transit recently called it quits (if the current emo revival moment has taught us anything, hopefully they'll reunite in the next three to five years or so). They left us with nearly a decade of music, including this Stump collab. It's hella sensitive and rockin', the two tenants of the genre Transit found a home in.—Maria Sherman

10 / 10

Patrick Stump ft. Lupe Fiasco, “This City,”

Hearing Stump’s impassioned crooning placed alongside Lupe Fiasco’s socially conscious rhymes is a downright jarring experience, but the “This City” remix from Stump’s 2011 solo offering Soul Punk makes more sense when considering that both are Chicago natives and are simply bent on repping the Windy City.—Jason Lipshutz

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