Music: Difference between vs and feat
Question by Baby3 | 2016-09-27 at 23:30
Sometimes, multiple artists, singers and performers are listed in a single song title separated by "vs", "versus", "ft", "feat", "featuring", "meets" or "&".
I wonder what the exact difference between all of this artist conjunctions or associations could be. Do those words have any special different meaning? Or does that just mean that multiple artists participated in creating the song?
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Unfortunately, those terms or expressions are not absolutely clear defined. Finally, song titles are not standardized and each artist or record label can indeed use every word they want. On the Internet, you can even find some discussions in which the opinion is that all of those conjunctions are just meaning exactly the same.
Nevertheless, tendencially I would see the following differences:
As I said, that are all quite free and non official explanations, but I think that the expression are approximately going into this direction. Imagine that sometimes even the artists themselves are not sure about what conjunction should be used for a specific song. This can be recognized by the fact that sometimes the same song is occurring with different conjunctions on different CDs.
2016-09-28 at 16:19