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15 Hip Hop Songs From the 2000s You Forgot About

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With captivating works of artwork like the Motorola Razr and tragedies just like the Zune, the 2000s have been each a dark, dark period and a gorgeous, imperative decade that propelled us into the subculture we savour today.
The 2000s gave us some of the most iconic apparel developments, songs, and albums so far, and nonetheless best managed to sapped some of us of our early life, happiness, and innocence. It turned into a beautiful reasonable exchange, primarily with everyone clamoring for 2000s nostalgia content. The beginning of the millennium became an attractive time to exist and devour content material, as long as you were doing it right.
unluckily, as with any issues, over time, the most reliable components of an period are usually washed away, forgotten about except stumbled upon accidentally. all of us have the friend that likes to play throwbacks, centering their playlist around general tracks like "buy U A Drank," "Gold Digger," and "hey Ya!" while these songs nevertheless remain bangers, they haven't precisely left the public's collective conscience in the manner many others have: they nonetheless get just a little normal radio rotation, they pop up on Spotify playlists, and you may even nevertheless hear them in the club.
So as a substitute of highlighting those tracks, and to fulfill the genuine travel down reminiscence lane you deserve, we're diving into the nitty gritty, overlaying everyone from from one-hit wonders to still-usual artists, to paint a picture complete adequate to make you consider you're bumping these tracks on an iPod Nano.
From castle Minor to Sean Kingston, don't let these songs die in useless. in case you downloaded it from LimeWire and burnt it to a CD, there's a superb probability it's right here. listed below are 15 hip-hop songs from the 2000s you likely forgot about.


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