Music has evolved in so many different ways since the 90s and the early 2000s, but that doesn’t mean when you hear a song from that era you don’t start automatically dance and sing every word. Music from the 90s and the 2000s was a very influential time in music, more so hip-hop; from music to fashion and the way people did things, it was a movement. This playlist here is to just remind you of the good times and sing, rap, and dance your heart out. You know you love these songs!
“Girrllsss you know you betta watch out!” Lauryn Hill is such an influential artist and this record is so inspirational as well as being a catchy song to sing along to.
When everyone hears “Cash Money Records taking over for the ’99 and the 2000,” they automatically run to the dance floor and… well, you know.
“D to the M to the X!” DMX had everyone in the world wanting to be from the streets, have dogs, and ride around on motorcycles when this came out. Everyone wanted to be a Ruff Ryder!
As soon as you hear this song, you don’t even hesitate to start rapping and acting like your Mr. Biggie Smalls.
“You down with O.P.P?” Brings you back to the 90s and you start to think about the days where parties and get-togethers got crazy. Crazy but the nights were worth remembering.
Everyone was Slim Shady when this dropped and if it came on the radio right now, everyone would still be Slim Shady.
This song makes you imagine cruising in LA in a 64 Impala blasting with the car bouncing up and down. Just how things go down in LA.
Dance moves all around this song. Good music and good vibes. Mr. Brother Love made a forever hit with this song.
It doesn’t have to be your birthday to play this song. Once you hear it you start acting, singing and dancing like you’re in the club regardless where you’re at.
“It’s the freakin’ weekend baby I’m about to have me some fun.” The King of R&B made a remix we forever will step to, dance to, and sing to.
These two have never given us a disappointing song and this song everyone freely dances to.
This song is more for the nightlife but when you hear it there’s no holding back. All the moves you do when you’re alone all come out.
Leaning back is for everybody. It’s a dance for all people; old, young, middle age, thugs, princesses, everybody! The simplest dance that you can’t help but rock too.
Love within hip-hop. You and your boo thang sing the parts like your Ja Rule and Ashanti. Even when you’re single you sing both parts and pretend in your mind you have a boo, and that’s okay.
Chris Brown showed us how to get the person you want by dancing and singing. This song is so smooth and every time it comes on you know you sing your heart out… I know I do.
Ooh! The king of autotune gave us a song we’ll never forget and always snap to. Snap and moving side to side were automatic moves with this classic.
Lil Jon, Usher and Ludacris gave us a classic club, party tune and of course we can’t help but scream, “Yeah!”
While creating this playlist, I danced and sang my heart out to every single one of these songs. The lyrics and the dance moves automatically came out of my body and when you guys listen to this playlist I know you’ll do the same. There are so many more songs from the ’90s and ’00s era that everyone loves and knows by heart. Never forget this era, it played a big part in the music genre. Enjoy the playlist!