Hip-Hop & Soul N°94 – Vintage 2000s Videos

Soulja Boy, Eve, Ice Cube, Naughty By Nature, Timbaland, Usher, Ja Rule, Rihanna, Kanye West, Alicia Keys, 50 Cent, Beyoncé

They are the performers of twelve vintage hip-hop, soul, etc. tracks that were ranked in the UK charts, this week (01/52) BUT … in the Noughties 2000s. (Source)

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

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Hip-Hop & Soul N°94 – Vintage 2000s Videos

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Tracklist

1 . Soulja Boy – Crank That [Soulja Boy]

Soulja Boy recorded and released “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” in 2007. Soulja Boy wrote the script, and he and Mr. Collipark produced it. Due to the well-known “Soulja Boy dance” that went along with the song, it became a viral hit. It was included on Soulja Boy’s album “Unsigned & Still Major: Da Album Before da Album,” which was released in 2007.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Twitter

2 . Eve – Let Me Blow Ya Mind (w/ Gwen Stefani )

Eve and Gwen Stefani collaborated on “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” which was published in 2001. Dr. Dre and Rockwilder produced it, and Eve, Gwen Stefani, Dr. Dre, and Rockwilder wrote the song. It received the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration Grammy Award. It was included on Eve’s album “Scorpion,” which was released in 2001.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

3 . Ice Cube – You Can Do It

You Can Do It was published in 2000. Hi-Tek, a West Coast hip-hop producer, Tony A. Hamilton, and Ice Cube wrote the song. It was included on Ice Cube’s album “War & Peace Vol. 2 (The Peace Disc),” which was released in 2000.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

4 . Naughty By Nature – O.P.P

Naughty By Nature recorded and released “O.P.P.” in 1991. Naughty By Nature wrote it, and Naughty By Nature and Kay Gee produced it. The hip-hop track’s lyrics explain the idea of “other people’s property” and have a captivating sound. It was included on Naughty by Nature’s album “Naughty by Nature,” which was released in 1991.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

5 . Timbaland – The Way I Are (w/ Keri Hilson, D.O.E., Sebastian)

Timbaland wrote “The Way I Are” with Keri Hilson, D.O.E., and Sebastian. The song, which was produced by Timbaland and Danja, was written by Timbaland, Keri Hilson, D.O.E., and Danja. It was included on Timbaland’s first solo album “Timbaland Presents Shock Value,” which was released in 2007.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

6 . Usher – Confessions Part II

Usher recorded and released “Confessions Part II” in 2004. Produced by Jermaine Dupri and Bryan-Michael Cox, it was written by Usher, Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox, and Manuel Seal. It was included on Usher’s fourth studio album “Confessions,” which was released in 2004.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Twitter

7 . Ja Rule – Livin’ It Up (w/ Case)

Ja Rule and Case collaborated on “Livin’ It Up,” which was released in 2000. Ja Rule, Case, and Irv Gotti wrote the song, and Irv Gotti and 7 Aurelius produced it. It was included on Ja Rule’s second studio album “Rule 3:36,” which was released in 2000.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Twitter

8 . Rihanna – Umbrella (w/ Jay~Z)

Rihanna recorded “Umbrella,” a single with Jay-Z that was released in 2007. Terius Nash and Kuk Harrell produced it, and the song’s writers included Rihanna, Jay-Z, Kuk Harrell, and themselves. The song is a charming pop melody with lyrics that convey a sense of safety and comfort. It was included on Rihanna’s third studio album “Good Girl Gone Bad,” which was released in 2007.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

9 . Kanye West – Stronger

Kanye West composed and released “Stronger” in 2007. It was produced by Kanye West and Mike Dean and written by Rick Rubin, Mike Dean, and Kanye West. It was included on Kanye West’s third studio album “Graduation,” which was released in 2007.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

10 . Alicia Keys – Fallin’

Alicia Keys recorded “Fallin'” and released it in 2001. Alicia Keys and Kerry Brothers Jr. produced it and wrote the song. The lyrics’ reflective tone reflects the song’s central theme of love and heartbreak. It was included on Alicia Keys’ debut album “Songs in A Minor,” which was released in 2001.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Facebook

11 . 50 Cent – Get Up

In 2004, 50 Cent recorded and released “Get Up.” Dr. Dre and Scott Storch produced it, and 50 Cent, Dr. Dre and Scott Storch collaborated on the song’s writing. It was included on 50 Cent’s second studio album “The Massacre,” which was released in 2005.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

12 . Beyoncé – Listen

In 2006, Beyoncé recorded and released “Listen.” Beyoncé, Henry Krieger, Scott Cutler and Anne Preven collaborated on the writing and oversaw the production. Love and self-empowerment are themes that are reflected in the lyrics. It was included on Beyoncé’s second solo studio album “B’Day,” which was released in 2006.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

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This week Top 20 in HipHop & Soul on RVM *

(*) According to our own statistics, upadted on February 5, 2023

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