While Columbus is recovering from the recent Drake and Future concert at Nationwide Arena (they brought out Lebron!), we thought we'd dream up a list of joint music tours we'd like to attend in the future.

While Columbus is recovering from the recent Drake and Future concert at Nationwide Arena (they brought out Lebron!), we thought we'd dream up a list of joint music tours we'd like to attend in the future.

D'Angelo/Kendrick Lamar

Released exactly three months apart, D'Angelo's Black Messiah and Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly were arguably the most powerful, recent mainstream albums addressing police brutality and other issues affecting the African-American community. Imagine D'Angelo playing piano on "For Sale" or "Mortal Man," the Vanguard backing Lamar up on "Wesley's Theory" or Lamar adding a verse to "1000 Deaths." Suggested finale: "Charade" followed by "Alright." I can't even handle this fantasy.

Norah Jones /Fiona Apple

Jones is due to release Day Breaks in October. Wouldn't it be great if Apple broke her pattern of waiting six or more years between projects and released a new album so they could tour together? Naturally, their piano skills and smoky voices make for an unstoppable partnership. Suggested finale: "Don't Know Why" followed by "I Know."

Jay-Z/Jay Electronica

I saw Jay-Z live for the first time as part of his "On the Run" tour with Beyonce. I thought he put on an excellent show. I wouldn't mind seeing him again with his protégé, Jay Electronica, especially since I'm (ashamedly) not well versed in Jay Electronica's music. However, I am knowledgeable enough to request that he perform some new tracks. Suggested finale: "We Made It."

Jill Scott/Erykah Badu

The last time I saw the queens of intellectual R&B on stage together was during Dave Chappelle's Block Party film. Both of these ladies have unique auras, interesting voices and so many classic songs. I would love to witness how they interpret each other's music. Suggested finale: The chorus of "You Got Me."

Anderson .Paak/T.I.

Yes, lord! I was so jealous of the 2016 Coachella audience, which got to see .Paak bring T.I. onstage. .Paak is definitely one of the most promising new talents around, and T.I. has always been one of my favorite rappers. Maybe T.I. can replace the Game on "Room in Here" and .Paak can play drums on "ASAP." Suggested finale: "Come Down."

Rihanna/Sia

We all know Sia has written for Rihanna, so why not build an entire show around these pop hit makers? They both have distinct voices and amazing style. Rihanna's voice will be right at home on Sia's soaring songs, and I'd love to hear Sia's take on "Needed Me" and "Desperado." Suggested finale: "Diamonds."

Beyonce/Jack White/Frank Ocean

Hear me out. The songs White and Ocean wrote for Beyonce - "Don't Hurt Yourself" and "Superpower" - were some of the most interesting tracks on the superstar's last two albums. Instead of using dozens of writers for each project, I'd love to see Beyonce write an entire record with White and an entire record with Ocean. Then all three of them can go on tour together. Suggested finale: Whatever song would come out if we put them all in a studio.