The summer dance song that got you going, even despite the singer’s strange high pitched voice
This one hit wonder is proof enough considering J-Kwon has a VEVO
Before Usher was rocking red shoes and a leg lift on a spinning chair on The Voice, he had the biggest hit of 2004. Blue laser lights included.
2004 in music would be nothing without Outkast. With The Way You Move, Roses, and Hey Ya! Outkast made us all shake it like a polaroid picture.
Shameka, Keisha, Tara, Shonda, Sabrina, Crysta, Daronda, Theresa, Felicia, Tenisha, Sha’von, Monica, Monique, Christina, and Yolanda all wondering how Petey Pablo would like it.
We would all rather Christina Milian dipped it low instead of telling us to tweet things about The Voice.
The king of crunk knew what was up in 2004. The song that gave us “to the windows, to the wall” I’ll let you finish the rest
A euphemism has never been used as well. Bonus points: It all reminds of us the fellow 2004 hit Mean Girls
Pre-crazy/shaved head/beating cars with an umbrella Britney. Plus, c’mon that bejeweled body outfit or her completely unrealistic flight attendant look? Perfect
You never bought the Nina Sky CD, but damn were we all lucky it was on Now 16.
Before she had record label problems she was every teenagers kiss off anthem
It seems like we can all rest our heads on something real back in Ashlee Simpson’s days of her MTV show, Ryan Cabrera, and dyed black hair that led to this love song.
The 6th most popular song from 2004, so as much as we all pretend we never liked Hoobastank we are all lying
The song for all us lovers of The O.C. and One Tree Hill trying to be alternative
The break up song of all break up songs.
Nothing like singing suga suga how you get so fly
The bad ass walking in slow motion song of 2004
Who needs Snoop Lion when 2004’s Snoop Dogg gave us this slow jam
Before all the auto tune and strange Superbowl laser shows, there was this club thumper that made us fall in love with Fergie-Ferg
The song and video that made us all fall in love with Adam Levine
One of the most infamous music performances of the Millennium happened you guessed it, in 2004.