If you are a fan of Kanye West, you are indeed currently living in a golden age. Not only does West have a new album called My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy coming out in November, but he is also dropping a new song per week as part of the "G.O.O.D. Friday" program and is showing up all over the place on other artists' songs as well. On Tuesday (October 12), the latest West-related track hit the Internet, as his remix of La Roux's "In for the Kill" made its way online via Entertainment Weekly. It's a typically stellar West performance, full of jaw-dropping rhymes about becoming an ax murderer and turning into a werewolf.
West is a great collaborator, both as a producer and a performer, and he has shown up on some of the biggest songs of the past five years (including Twista's "Slow Jamz," Drake's remix of "Forever" and T.I.'s "Swagga Like Us"). He has shared way more songs with men than with women, but the songs he does with the ladies tend to blow up extra huge (just look at Estelle's ubiquitous "American Boy" or Keri Hilson's "Knock You Down," both of which represent those two singers' biggest hits). So it begs the question: Who has been Kanye West's greatest female collaborator? Considering he has teamed up with some of the biggest names in music (including Janet Jackson and Beyoncé), it's not necessarily an easy call to make.
So we leave the decision to you. Vote in the poll below and make any relevant arguments in the comments below.