Remember B.o.B? The rapper and vocalist from Georgia, who used to fill us with unfiltered joy thanks to this sort of thing?
B.o.B has been in demand for years. His collaborations alone speak volumes about both his versatility and the amount of love for this man in the world of music. It started with Bruno Mars in 2010 with "Nothin' on You," and since then, he's worked with Taylor Swift (on "Both of Us"), Nicki Minaj (on "Out of My Mind"), Hayley Williams (for "Airplanes"), 2 Chainz ("HeadBand"), T.I. and Ty Dolla $ign ("4 Lit"), Lil Wayne ("ET"), Trey Songz (on "Not For Long"), Future ("Ready"), Jessie J ("Price Tag"), and even Weezer's Rivers Cuomo ("Magic"). That's not even everybody he's collaborated with, but it does reflect the scope of his popularity and talent.
At the start of 2016, things took a weird turn for B.o.B though, when he started speaking out in his music, and on Twitter, about his belief that the Earth is flat -- a notion that would be comedic if it wasn't so inherently opposed to anything rational or sensible. On January 24 of that year, the rapper posted this: