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Difference between “ft” and “feat” in music

In pop music, guest appearances are often described with words, with, or and. It is abbreviated in the lists of credits like feat., Ft., F /, f. In a television series, a guest star is an actor who appears in one or several episodes. In radio and television programs, a guest star is a guest of the program who is a celebrity.

This is also very common in songs released by DJs and producers to identify the vocalist but not credit the song to them. For example, you have “Closer” (feat. Halsey) from The Chainsmokers instead of “Closer” from Halsey. This could easily be the identical song, simply credited differently.

‘feat’ or ‘ft’ is a short form for ‘Featuring’. ‘Feat’ is usually used when 2 artists collaborate on the same song. For example, Eminem ft. Rihanna in the song “Love the way you lie”.

In the world of entertainment, an appearance as a guest is the participation of an external performer (such as a musician or actor) in an event such as a record of music or concert, show, etc., when the performer does not belong to the regular cast, the band or other performance group. In music, such an external artist is often referred to as a guest or a feat. artist. In performance, the terms guest paper or guest star are also common, the latter term specifically indicating the appearance of a celebrity guest. Some production companies often also accredit the latter as “special guest star” or “special musical guest star”. A guest character is a character represented in a fictitious entertainment environment that only participates as part of the plot one or several times at the most. A guest character has fewer appearances than the main characters, the secondary characters and the recurring characters.

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