37 Best Songs From 2000

“She Bangs” By Ricky Martin

Song year: 2000

Ricky Martin made a classic and super sexy song with She Bangs. It’s all about dancing and loving and feisty women. Ricky Martin’s energy is unmatched and he has an inviting and lovely voice. The song relies heavily on sexual lyrics and Latin beats, which is Martin’s quintessential vibe.

“In the End” By Linkin Park

Song year: 2000

Probably the most well-known song from the hardcore band Linkin Park, In the End is a dramatic and slightly eerie song. It combines rap verses with a softly sung chorus. With an edge of anger and a bold attitude. This song made it sway into many video games and is one of the most representative songs of 2000.

“The Real Slim Shady” By Eminem

Song year: 2000

Eminem has had many hits over his years in the industry, but The Real Slim Shady is easily one of the most popular and now nostalgic rap songs. With raunchy lyrics about women and sex, Eminem treats the entire song as a joke with some insightful lines sprinkled throughout. But the song makes one thing very clear: there is only one real Slim Shady, and it’s Mr. Mathers.

“It’s Gonna Be Me” By NSYNC

Song year: 2000

The year 2000 was great for the boy band NSYNC, as their songs landed on the charts more than once and every girl in the US was crushing on them. The song has a slower beat than other NSYNC songs, and it’s about going after a girl with the confidence that she’ll choose him.

“I Wanna Be With You” By Mandy Moore

“I Wanna Be With You” By Mandy Moore

Song year: 2000

Some people think Mandy Moore’s acting career overshadowed her musical endeavors. And they may be right. But this soft and emotional song made it on the charts in 2000, featuring her angelic voice and delicate aura. The song has a simple and romantic message about wanting to be with someone.

“Say My Name” By Destiny’s Child

Song year: 2000

Before Beyonce went off to do her own thing, Destiny’s Child was one of the hottest groups. The song talks about how the narrator’s lover is behaving weirdly, so the singer begs him to say her name and make everything seem okay again.

“Love Don’t Cost a Thing” By Jennifer Lopez

Song year: 2000

JLo’s music used to hit the charts too. In this song, she expresses her frustration over her man giving her gifts and money over spending time with her or offering affection. She declares that her love is free because she has her own money and doesn't need a man to support her.

“Party Up (Up in Here)” By DMX

Song year: 2000

In this song, you can hear DMX’s unmatched raspy voice and intense raps. The song is about partying and people getting what they deserve when they ess with DMX. Is it the nicest song? No. Is it an absolute jam when it comes on in the club? Indubitably.

“I Try” By Macy Gray

Song year: 2000

Macy Gray didn’t have many hits throughout her career, but this sweet and delicate song holds a place on many playlists. She has an unusual and beautiful voice that perfectly delivers this song’s message about not being able to leave her lover. Walking away from love is hard, and this song attests to that.

“Californication” By Red Hot Chili Peppers

Song year: 2000

The Red Hot Chili Peppers stayed on the top charts for a while with this moody and catchy song. Both the music video and lyrics are odd and cryptic, but that didn’t stop people from loving the jam-band-y energy of this funky rock song.

“Goodbye Earl” By The Chicks

Song year: 2000

When this song came out, this girl group was still going by The Dixie Chicks. While they changed their group’s name, they kept their sunny and funny energy. In this song, they sing about the story of a girl who married an abusive man named Earl, who she and her friend decide needed to kick the bucket. It has the familiar country twang and a distinct sentimentality.

“What a Girl Wants” By Christina Aguilera

Song year: 2000

Competing for the queen of pop music crown against Britney Spears in the 2000s was the charming and adorable Christina Aguilera. In this song, Aguilera sings about what’s important to her in a relationship set to a slow and sultry beat that picks up at the chorus and then comes back down. It’s boppy and sugary with a romantic side.

“Adam’s Song” By Blink-182

Song year: 2000

Blink-182 hit the charts in 2000 with this song about depression, loneliness, and similar themes. The sound is neither sad nor happy, but the lyrics are decidedly sad and sensitive. The lyrics take a story format and perfectly show the angst and confusion teenagers and young people feel.

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