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Subject: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: mc98 on 01/27/19 at 10:09 am

Early 2000s:
Sjx9oSJDAVQ

More:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIy3n2b7V9k
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wt1YkGO2Ieo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DksSPZTZES0
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtSDWq6HsJE

Mid 2000s:
iEe_eraFWWs

More:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPDcwjJ8pLg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6QGe-pXgdI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtC92pzp5vw
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YNSxNsr4wmA

Late 2000s:
yd8jh9QYfEs

More:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IH8tNQAzSs
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PsO6ZnUZI0g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTHNpusq654
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CcCw1ggftuQ

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: Dundee on 01/27/19 at 10:43 am

Early 2000s
znlFu_lemsU
Stringed R&B and Hip Hop (guitars, pianos, ...) were huge in the early 2000s. Neo-Soul was also big and crossed a lot with R&B.

Mid 2000s
YtC92pzp5vw
Crunk synths were en vogue. Other trends range from very minimal productions ("Drop it Like It's Hot", "Hollaback Girl") to Scott Storch Middle Eastern-sounding productions ("Candy Shop", "Lean Back").

Late 2000s
U5rLz5AZBIA
Urban music crossed a lot with electronica in the late 2000s (use of abrasive synths and autotune for example). A phenomenon that would eventually peak in 2009. Timbaland advocated this trend with some of the most impressingly futuristic productions to date.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: SpyroKev on 01/27/19 at 11:07 am

Cry Me A River and Goodies sounds inaccurate from my perspective. I can agree with Stronger since I lean more to Flashing Lights.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: Dundee on 01/27/19 at 11:41 am


Cry Me A River and Goodies sounds inaccurate from my perspective. I can agree with Stronger since I lean more to Flashing Lights.
"Cry Me a River" might be a little ahead of its time, but what the heck is wrong with "Goodies"? It's so of its time, it hurts.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: John Titor on 01/27/19 at 11:52 am


Early 2000s
znlFu_lemsU
Stringed R&B and Hip Hop (guitars, pianos, ...) were huge in the early 2000s. Neo-Soul was also big and crossed a lot with R&B.

Mid 2000s
YtC92pzp5vw
Crunk synths were en vogue. Other trends range from very minimal productions ("Drop it Like It's Hot", "Hollaback Girl") to Scott Storch Middle Eastern-sounding productions ("Candy Shop", "Lean Back").

Late 2000s
U5rLz5AZBIA
Urban music crossed a lot with electronica in the late 2000s (use of abrasive synths and autotune for example). A phenomenon that would eventually peak in 2009. Timbaland advocated this trend with some of the most impressingly futuristic productions to date.



accurate for hip hop

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: SpyroKev on 01/28/19 at 10:53 am


"Cry Me a River" might be a little ahead of its time, but what the heck is wrong with "Goodies"? It's so of its time, it hurts.


Cry Me A River is prime 2000s. Goodies, I feel like is just randomly selected. I don't recall it barely being played, even for its time.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: Dundee on 01/28/19 at 10:58 am


Cry Me A River is prime 2000s. Goodies, I feel like is just randomly selected. I don't recall it barely being played, even for its time.
Randomly picked? I explained why I picked it in my post.
Again I mostly picked it because it represents very well the adoption of Crunk into R&B. It was a huge hit too, but mostly in the US and the UK.

This thread is about trying to find stereotypical songs of each era anyway, not which was overplayed the most.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: John Titor on 01/28/19 at 1:19 pm


Cry Me A River is prime 2000s. Goodies, I feel like is just randomly selected. I don't recall it barely being played, even for its time.


Goodies was only played in the last 3 or 4 months of 2004

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: John Titor on 01/28/19 at 1:20 pm


Randomly picked? I explained why I picked it in my post.
Again I mostly picked it because it represents very well the adoption of Crunk into R&B. It was a huge hit too, but mostly in the US and the UK.

This thread is about trying to find stereotypical songs of each era anyway, not which was overplayed the most.


Goodies was a huge hit in late 2004, it was everywhere I can agree with u

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: wsmith4 on 01/28/19 at 2:41 pm

I would say Goonies Are Good Enough for me is pretty typical 2002.

Subject: Re: Stereotypical 2000s songs from each era.

Written By: SpyroKev on 01/28/19 at 3:05 pm


Randomly picked? I explained why I picked it in my post.
Again I mostly picked it because it represents very well the adoption of Crunk into R&B. It was a huge hit too, but mostly in the US and the UK.

This thread is about trying to find stereotypical songs of each era anyway, not which was overplayed the most.


I'm not criticizing you dude. I'm kind of disagreeing with the op.

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