70 Throwback Songs That Complete The Perfect Spring Break Road Trip Playlist
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70 Throwback Songs That Complete The Perfect Spring Break Road Trip Playlist

You can never have too much T-Pain or Fergie.

70 Throwback Songs That Complete The Perfect Spring Break Road Trip Playlist

The time is almost here. You know what time I’m talking about. Spraaaang breaaaaak.

I will be driving 20 hours down to Florida for spring break and this inspired me to create the most bumpin’ playlist of all time. Whether you are making a long drive down south, you’re flying somewhere cool, or just heading home for spring break, everyone could use some good tunes from the good ole days to make the trip go by a little faster.

Turn up this perfect playlist filled with 2000s throwbacks and let the nostalgia set in...

1. Buy U A Drank - T-Pain

2. Best I Ever Had – Drake

3. Caught Up – Usher

4. Check On It – Beyoncé

5. Clumsy – Fergie

6. Crank That (Soulja Boy) – Soulja Boy

7. Cyclone – Baby Bash

8. Damaged – Danity Kane

9. Bartender – T-Pain

10. Best Love Song – T-Pain

11. Blame It- Jamie Foxx

12. Burnin’ Up – Jonas Brothers

13. Bedrock – Young Money

14. Beautiful Girls – Sean Kingston

15. Bottoms Up – Trey Songz

16. Dance, Dance – Fall Out Boy

17. Dangerous – Kardinal Offishall

18. Dilemma – Nelly

19. Don’t Stop the Music – Rihanna

20. Don’t Trust Me – 3OH!3

21. Down – Jay Sean (feat. Lil Wayne)

22. Down on Me – Jermih & 50 Cent

23. Fergalicious – Fergie

24. Get Low – Lil John

25. Girlfriend – Avril Lavigne

26. Glamorous – Fergie

27. Gold Digger – Kanye West

28. Good Girls Go Bad – Cobra Starship

29. Grillz - Nelly

30. Headlines – Drake

31. Hips Don’t Lie - Shakira

32. Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani

33. HYFR – Drake & Lil Wayne

34. I Write Sins Not Tragedies – Panic! At the Disco

35. Ignition – R. Kelly

36. Irreplaceable – Beyoncé

37. Jumpin’ Jumpin’ – Destiny’s Child

38. Kiss Kiss – Chris Brown (feat. T Pain)

39. Kiss Me Thru The Phone (Soulja Boy)

40. Laffy Taffy – D4L

41. Lean Like a Cholo – Down

42. Like a G6 – Far East Movement

43. Lollipop – Lil Wayne

44. London Bridge – Fergie

45. Love in This Club - Usher

46. Low – Flo Rida

47. Me & U - Cassie

48. A Milli – Lil Wayne

49. Money to Blow – Birdman, Lil Wayne & Drake

50. The Motto – Drake (feat. Lil Wayne)

51. Mr. Brightside – The Killers

52. My Humps – The Black Eyed Peas

53. No Hands – Waka Flocka Flame

54. No Scrubs - TLC

55. Pon De Replay – Rihanna

56. Promiscuous – Nelly Furtado

57. Ride Wit Me – Nelly

58. Rockstar – Nickelback

59. Run It! – Chris Brown

60. Say Aah – Trey Songz

61. See You Again – Miley Cyrus

62. Sexy Can I – Ray J

63. Show Stopper – Danity Kane

64. S8er Boi – Avril Lavigne

65. Smack That – Akon

66. SOS - Rihanna

67. Super Bass – Nicki Minaj

68. Tipsy – J-Kwon

69. Touch My Body – Mariah Carey

70. With You – Chris Brown

As I started making this, I thought of about 30 other classics that could be included, but here’s a good starter pack. I hope you jam out to T-Pain and the Jonas Brothers just as hard I know I will.

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