Top 10 | One Hit Wonders
Ever wondered what happened to that 00s star who released that one record you spent your whole time singing in the shower / back of your mum's car/ P.E changing rooms to?
We haven't found out what they're all up to RN, but what we do have is a flashback to those one hit wonders that'll remind you of your teens. Thank us later...
You can listen to it in full here
Eamon - F**k It
Back in 2003, Eamon apparently made a whole album (who knew?) but this is the one and only track we remember
Frankee - F.U.R.B (F**k You Right Back)
And after Eamon, came Frankee (FYI apparently they weren't a real thing). We may have sang this to our pimple-ridden ex when we had an argument about the other girl he was talking to on MSN... cringe!
Kevin Lyttle - Turn Me On
Flash back to 2004 (it seemed to be THE year) and reggaeton was so our party vibe. We were sipping some kinda (mock) pina colada and listening to this
Willa Ford - I Wanna Be Bad
If you've seen Amanda Byne's What A Girl Wants, then you'll 100% recognise this track. It's the perfect example of 00s pop
Truth Hurts ft. Rakim - Addictive
Variety is the spice of life (or so they say), so when Truth Hurts mixed in a Bollywood sample with this track, our minds were blown...
Lumidee - Never Leave You
"It's that Uh Oh song" - enough said
Marion Winans - I Don't Wanna Know
Not to be confused with Mario, Mr Winans gave us this hit in 2004 from his album Hurt No More. We don't remember any of the other tracks either
Nina Sky - Move Ya Body
Before there was Rihanna, there was Nina Sky. We were body poppin' to this in our bedroom, dressed in low-slung hipster jeans and a belly chain
Kandi - Don't Think I'm Not
Remember this one? Well if you're a Real Housewives of Atlanta fan, you may recognise Kandi today (yep, you heard right)
Vanessa Carlton - A Thousand Miles
Back in 2000, Carlton released A Thousand Miles and we all begged our parens for piano lessons. If you didn't practice this in your music class, you didn't live