10 Songs That Turn 10 This Year
Get ready to feel nostalgic
Now that you’ve been teleported back 10 years, let’s uncover all the classic hits that are turning 10 this year:
Estelle Feat. Kanye West – “American Boy”
Estelle crossed boarders with her modern disco inspired song that was #1 in both the UK and America.
Beyoncé – “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)”
All I have to say is black unitards stock rose substantially after the music video was released.
Kanye West – “Love Lockdown”
Kanye’s music continues to evolve over time, but “Love Lockdown” was our first glimpse at him changing his sound and trying something new.
Ray J Feat. Yung Berd – “Sexy Can I”
If you say that you don’t know all the words to “Sexy Can I,” were you even paying attention in 2008?
M.I.A. – “Paper Planes”
“All I want to do is” *finger point gunshots x4* “And a” *pantomime cocking a gun and cash register cha-ching* “And take your money.”
Ne-Yo – “Miss Independent”
Ladies all over the globe felt like strong independent women who didn’t need a man every time this song played.
Lady Gaga – “Just Dance”
“Just Dance” introduced the world to the enigma that is Lady Gaga. If you thought this music video was weird, then you were continually surprised by her as time progressed.
Ting Tings – “That’s Not My Name”
This song is the definition of an earworm. The second you heard it, it was stuck in your head for days.
Jason Mraz – “I’m Yours”
If you didn’t immediately think of your significant other when this song came on the radio, you knew they truly weren’t the one for you.
At this moment, you feel extremely old and nostalgic. Go dust off those Kayne West inspired shutter glasses, and turn on Twilight for the millionth time.