If you’re looking for some serious nostalgia, you’ve come to the right playlist. (Cue flashback to dancing in your bedroom, hair brush microphone in hand and MTV playing on every television screen in the house)
Music in the 2000s
Music in the 2000s era largely drew from the popular genres of the late 20th Century such as hip-hop, RnB, rock and pop. However, advancements in technology allowed for more fusion between styles and further electronic elements featured. Artists were able to distort sounds and use auto-tune (looking at you, T-Pain) with greater ease and success than previously.
This collection features all the greats of the time. Yes, Usher and Beyonce each get a feature. We got you, fam.
Club Staple Moves
Just like any good period of time, the 2000s also offered us some club staple moves to whip out on any night on the town. Try lettin’ it rain and clearing it out with the Chicken Noodle Soup, get down with the Stanky Legg or let Audio Push teach you how to Jerk.
And luckily for all of us, the prevalence of Youtube and MTV made it so very easy for our eyes to be blessed us with those iconic video clips. Think: JT standing in a room walled with LED lights, singing to you and you alone.
Get ready to reminisce about the good old days; playing Snake on your pink Motorola Razr flip phone and jamming out to these bangers.
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