20 Hip Hop And R&B Songs For Your Early 2000’s Nostalgia
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20 Hip Hop And R&B Songs For Your Early 2000’s Nostalgia

A little stroll down memory lane

20 Hip Hop And R&B Songs For Your Early 2000’s Nostalgia
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Nostalgia for the early 2000’s is an understatement. I mentally live in that era. Hip Hop and R&B swept the nation, having a heavy influence on everything pop culture, from language to style.

The era of Usher’s infamous album Confessions, and 50 Cent’s breakthrough album Get Rich or Die Tryin. The early 2000’s remind me of a much more simpler time in my life, filled with no worries and a lot of Hot Cheetos.

Here’s a list of 20 Hip Hop and R&B songs to feed your nostalgic soul.

Straight from my playlist and in no particular order:

1. "My Boo" - Usher and Alicia Keys (2004)

2. "Ignition (Remix)" - R. Kelly (2003)

3. "21 Questions" - Nelly feat. Nate Dogg (2003)

4. "Roses" - Outkast (2003)

5. "What's Luv?" - Fat Joe feat. Ja-Rule & Ashanti (2001)

6. "Confessions Pt. II" - Usher (2004)

7. "Differences" - Ginuwine (2001)

8. "Jenny From The Block" - Jennifer Lopez (2004)

9. "Miss Independent" - Ne-Yo (2008)

10. "Crazy in Love" - Beyonce feat. Jay-Z (2003)

11. "One, Two Step" - CIara feat. Missy Elliot (2004)

12. "Let Me Love You” - Mario (2004)

13. “Dilemma” - Nelly feat. Kelly Rowland (2002)

14. “In Da Club” - 50 Cent (2003)

15. “U Remind Me” - Usher (2001)

16. "It Wasn't Me" - Shaggy feat. Ricardo Ducent (2000)

17. "Lovers and Friends" - Lil Jon & The East Side Boys feat. Ludacris & Usher (2004)

18. "Ride Wit Me" - Nelly feat. St. Lunatics (2000)

19. 13. “Family Affair” - Mary J. Blige (2001)

20. "I Need A Girl, Pt. 2" - P. Diddy feat. Loon, Ginuwine, & Mario Winans

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