Is anyone else feeling nostalgic for the early 2000s in the 2020s? Listen to songs on your first iPod, seeTRLon MTV, burning a CD of party songs, all of which you may have downloaded (illegally) from Napster... good times.
While we can't bring back the AIM, MySpace, or Von Dutch hat craze, we can certainly get that good old-fashioned early 2000s nostalgia by listening to our favorite Y2K songs!
For this list, we've compiled 20 of our favorite hit songs released between 2000 and 2009. Remember: These 20 songs are just a small part of the great jams that emerged in the 2000s. There are plenty of other lovely songs where you just don't we were able to fit in Do a Yahoo search, or maybe just listen to aNow this is what I call musicCD - and find out for yourself.
Without further ado, here they are.20 Great Songs From The Early 2000s!
1. "Hey you!" - marginalized
While "Ms. Jackson" is another incredible OutKast hit from the early 2000s, let's stick with the 2003 jam "Hey Ya!" A lot of people don't know OutKast outside of this party music, which is a shame, consideringATLiensit's one of the best late '90s albums out there. But we strayed. With a thumping beat, a recognizable chorus, and a fun music video greener than the Emerald City, "Hey Ya!" will always be a classic.
2. "Bye Bye" - *NSYNC
We consider NSYNC one of thebest boy bands of all time, and this song from 2000 is undoubtedly his masterpiece. With a simple but memorable hand dance move, a catchy chorus, and all the puppet imagery from the music video, it's no wonder.Without conditionsit was the second best-selling album of all time between 2000 and 2009.
3. "Toxic" - Britney Spears
While "Oops!...I Did It Again" cemented Britney Spears' reign as the pop princess of the early 2000s, we think her 2003 song "Toxic" has truly stood the test of time. The clash of techno, surf guitar, Bollywood strings, dramatic violin notes and Britney's breathy vocals make this dance track a breeze to listen to. It remains a relevant song today, as evidenced by its use on Emerald Fennell.promising young woman. And who can forget Britney as a super spy in the music video! Oh, and did you know that "Toxic" was originally written for Kylie Minogue?
4. "Garota Hollaback" - Gwen Stefani
Perhaps the most maverick track of all time, Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" is a bass-heavy hit with plenty of attitude. The song came about after a comment Courtney Love made about Stefani onSeventeenmagazine, which compared Stefani to a high school cheerleader. Instead of applauding, Stefani took the cheerleader's comment to heart and made this animated piece of art, which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2005. She also taught a whole generation of kids how to spell the word "bananas." ". ."
5. "Crazy In Love" - Beyoncé (hazaña. Jay-Z)
Queen Bey is one of those incredible artists where there is no difference between her newest songs and her oldest ones: everything is pure fire. Fresh out of her stint as a member of the group Destiny's Child, "Crazy In Love" was the ridiculously successful lead single from Beyoncé's debut album.dangerously in love. "Crazy In Love" is the song that startedBeyoncé's legendary solo career, and also features some snippets of Jay-Z when the two were dating! Oh memories.
6. "Once More" - Daft Punk
Although Daft Punk is now aretired robot duo, his 2000 party theme song "One More Time" will forever remain a classic. From their critically acclaimed 2001 albumDiscovery, "One More Time" masterfully samples Eddie Johns' 1979 disco track"More spell on you."While we wish Daft Punk could go on tour once again, we're glad they left us rock songs like this.
7. "Drop It Like It's Hot" - Snoop Dogg (hazaña. Pharrell Williams)
Before Pharrell sang with the aforementioned Daft Punk on"Get luck,"she was featured prominently in this early 2000s party staple.Snoop Dogg"Drop It Like It's Hot" somehow manages to make the tongue pop and a spray can sound super cool. This song took the popular hip-hop phrase "drop it like it's hot" and gave it a whole new meaning. It's cold but lively and perfect for an evening cruise, celebrations, and eveniconic creepers.
8. "Ponte loco" - Missy Elliott
missy eliottruledin the early 2000s, and has so many hits from the decade that it's hard to pick a favourite. But for this list, let's go with his 2001 song fromVery addictive, "Get Ur Freak On". Tu ritmo bhangra-meets-jungle (produced by Timbaland) and other futuristic sounds make this track impossible not to dance to. What's more: Missy Elliott proved that she can still play this song well (and got Taylor Swift and Halsey to do some moves) inVMA 2019.
9. "Take Me Outside" - Franz Ferdinand
Scottish indie rock band Franz Ferdinand may have been a one-hit wonder with this 2004 song, but we think it's still a hit. An underrated party song that you can either kick back or enjoy, "Take Me Out" gets really racy when the beat drops after the first verse. Also, the guitar solo on this song is just...perfect.
10. "Yellow" - Coldplay
Can you believe this song is already 21 years old? Coldplay's "Yellow" is the band's most enduring hit and is filled with hope, warmth and pure love. It is a very romantic and emotional ballad with hints of rock riffs and constant percussion. It's perfect for a stargazing session or a day at the beach. We also can't get enough of the music video for this song with its beautiful visuals.
11. "Bootylicious" - Destiny's Child
We'd be remiss if we put a Beyonce song here and didn't include Destiny's Child. "Bootylicious" is one of the girl group's best-known songs. Like the highlights of 1999"Say my name,"It's fun, daring and powerful. It is also a tribute to Stevie Nicks."Seventeen Limit"through the guitar riff. Also, "Bootylicious" has a good message as it celebrates voluptuous body types.
12. "Paper Planes" - M.I.A.
At first glance, you might think that "Paper Planes" is just a gangster track about robberies and "fun business." But upon closer reflection, you realize that M.I.A. of 2007 is about the bias that immigrants from countries devastated by war face with the immigration policy of the United States. These remarkable shootings have a double meaning: they not only involve robbery, but also criticize the military-industrial complex that sells weapons to developing countries and makes a profit. On a lighter note, this song gained popularity when it was used in two iconic movies from the early 2000s:pineapple expressmiWho wants to be a millionaire.
13. "Mr. Brightside" - The Killers
You can't have the early 2000s emo culture and scene without this beloved bop. Released in 2003, "Mr. Brightside" tells a story of infidelity, paranoia and jealousy. Written about Brandon Flowers' cheating ex, the single went 2x Platinum in the US, selling over 2 million copies, and 6x Platinum in the UK, selling over 3.5 million. It's like you can hear the sound of Flowers' broken heart on the instruments. Flowers' heart is no longer broken by the success of this song, as "Mr. Brightside" remains a timeless song to sing pretty much anywhere you go.
14. "Umbrella" - Rihanna (feat. Jay-Z)
While Rihanna had plenty of hits in the early 2000s, "Umbrella" is what put her on the map. A heavy song about support in a relationship, "Umbrella" stayed at the top of the UK Singles Chart for 10 consecutive weeks, more than any other single in that decade. The single also stayed atop the US Billboard Hot 100 for seven consecutive weeks. Rainy days can suck, but this song makes them so much better.
15. "¡Sim!" - Ujier
Nearly 20 years later, this song is still a high school dance and club classic. What's not to love about this song from 2004 when you've got bold synths, Lil Jon's energetic party vocals, Ludacris's cool rap solo andujierlovely tenor voice It's really hard to sit still when listening to this danceable track.
16. "Hot in Herre" - Nelly
Released in 2002, "Hot In Herre" is another classic party anthem to come out of the decade. Remember when everyone thought that Nelly would be popular forever? Although she lost much of that popularity after the early 2000s, this song shows that the guy really understood her musical history. Many know it as a sexy dance song, but it's actually a direct homage to the Go-Go sound of the 1970s, especially"Bustin' Loose"por Chuck Brown.
17. "Get the Party Started" - P!nk
Ending the year 2004Pepsi Pop Star Trifecta, we have a P!nk song on this list. While everything from their 2001 debut albumMissundaztoodit's a bop, his most beloved song from that album is "Get the Party Started." Fun and full of attitude, this song reached #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was certified gold.
18. "The Business of Misery" - Paramore
Another staple of emo, scene, and kid punk, Paramore's "Misery Business" is one of the most high-energy songs of the decade. Thanks to the soaring vocals of "The Great Orange Hope" who is Hayley Williams, "Misery Business" is a perfect song to blast through your car speaker when you and your friends need something to sing along to. Although this rage-filled song from 2007 has been pulled from the band's live shows due to somecontroversial lyrics, remains Paramore's biggest hit.
19. "Hips Don't Lie" - Shakira (feat. Wyclef Jean)
It's fun to remember Shakira's beginnings, from herthe race is still going strongnearly 20 years after that 2005 jam.and shakiraseventh albumOral Fixation Vol. two, "Hips Don't Lie" features Wyclef Jean of the Fugees and samples of Jerry Rivera's trumpets"Love like ours."It topped the charts in over 55 countries, including the US for two weeks. Our hips don't lie when we dance to this amazing song.
20. "Complicated" - Avril Lavigne
Avril Lavigne was part of the childhood of many girls. while their songs"Sk8r Boy"mi"Bride"were classics from the early 2000s, their biggest hit being their 2002 debut single "Complicated". It's a great song about the power of being yourself and the sense of calm that comes with it. The song was #1 on Billboard's Adult Top 40 chart for 16 consecutive weeks and peaked at #2 on the Hot 100. Putting this song on this chart was putting it mildly.complicateddecision we have already made.
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