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T-Pain Turns To Country Music, Plus 5 R&B Artists Who’ve Gone Country!

T-Pain is going Country! Following an acoustic performance gone viral, T-Pain confirmed what's on his plate, including new music with country artists like Luke Bryan.

"I am breaking into the scene. I'm doing a lot of stuff with Luke Bryan, Dallas Davidson and Rhett Atkins," T-Pain confirmed via "The Real" Monday.

While he hasn't given up on R&B and Hip-Hop, which we'll hear on his new album, T-Pain is not the only R&B artist that has taken to Country.

Hit next to see five R&B artists who have collaborated with country acts or have been inspired to incorporate country in their music.

Jill Scott

Jill Scott

Jill Scott may not have a country duet at this point, but she is very much inspired by the genre and has plans to incorporate the sound on her next album.

"I love the truth in country. I love the pictures in country. I love the story telling in that music as well," Scott said during an interview. "I'm mixing that with R&B. I'm also mixing it with Pop. I'm mixing it with Hip-Hop and you don't do these things overnight. These are all my favorite genres of music, and rock too, I'm just mixing it all up."

Jason Derulo and Florida Georgia Line

Jason Derulo and Florida Georgia Line

Earlier this year Jason Derulo popped up at the CMT Awards following the success of "Talk Dirty." Joining Florida Georgia Line, Derulo performed "This Is How We Roll" with the American Music Award winning group.

Al Green and Lyle Lovett

Al Green and Lyle Lovett

We're going a bit further back with this one. Have you heard Al Green and Lyle Lovett's collaboration of "Funny How Time Slips Away"? If not, watch and listen via the video below.

Ne-Yo and Tim McGraw

Ne-Yo and Tim McGraw

Ne-Yo and McGraw have not collaborated once, but twice. Their latest collaboration appeared on Ne-Yo's 2012 album "R.E.D.".

Ne-Yo and McGraw performed the song, "She Is," during ACM Presents… in 2013.

John Legend collaborates with Jennifer Nettles

John Legend collaborates with Jennifer Nettles

After appearing as judges on "Duets," ABC's reality singing competition, John Legend and Jennifer Nettles teamed up earlier this year for a country version of John's hit single, "All of Me." Hunter Hayes joined them on the collaboration, which was performed during the CMT Awards.

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