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Ebony and Ivory living in perfect harmony! Life wasn’t always like that for blacks and whites, but due to the new census results, African-Americans and Caucasians have been living in harmony alright.

According to new census findings, polls revealed that bi-racial children of black and white parents have increased 134 percent. This is amazing considering the long tough past of race relations in the United States.  Yes, race relations in America still aren’t peaches and cream, but we’ve moved forward as a nation.

In honor of these census findings, GlobalGrind decided it would be cool to highlight ebony and ivory celebrities who’ve collaborated musically. Obviously race didn’t matter to Jay-Z and Chris Martin or Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, and it shouldn’t matter to anyone else either.

Check out the best “Ebony and Ivory” collaborations on the next few pages!

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Justin Bieber and Chris Brown are good friends who’ve collaborated on a few songs together.

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Kanye West asked Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine to collaborate with him on his hit single “Heard’Em Say.”

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Pharrell Williams and pop icon Madonna perform together on stage.

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Run DMC was one of the first groups to publicly collaborate with an artist of a different race and genre. Aerosmith and Run DMC’s mash-up “Walk This Way” became a crossover classic.

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T-Pain attended the Country Music Awards and he found himself rapping with Taylor Swift.

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Justin Timberlake and Rihanna had to go to “Rehab” after their collaboration.

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Lady Gaga and Beyonce collaborated on not one, but two songs.