All of the above? Well, we're right there with you. Ease yourself into this revelation by indulging your airwaves with some of the biggest hits that '97 so kindly gifted us Isaac was 16, Taylor was 13 and Zac was only 11! Fun fact: Aqua - originally named Joyspeed - came under fire from Mattel, the makers of Barbie, upon releasing the catchy pop tune. Claiming that they'd made Barbie into a sex object and violated the Barbie trademark, the two sides battled it out in court before the judge threw out the case, ruling that the song was protected by free speech. Why, exactly? Well that famous orchestral riff is actually sampled from the instrumental of The Last Time, a Rolling Stones song released in
1. American Boy - Estelle feat. Kanye West
Six songs that were popular on the charts have now turned 10 years old. They include songs from Usher, Katy Perry and Eminem. The song hit No. The only other pop stars to pull off the three-decade trick were Janet Jackson and Madonna, who did it during the s, s and s. The rapper told Skyrock Radio in Paris the collaboration was "one of those tracks that I felt like only Rihanna could pull it off, only she could do it. The song spent four weeks at No. The bouncy lyrics and "aaayyy-oh" hook came from the international edition of Cruz's second album, "Rokstarr. Martin, while writing lyrics, would sing nonsense words while creating vocal harmonies. The songwriters decided to keep it in "Dynamite. The fast-paced song featuring The Cataracs, and Dev.
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I know what you're thinking, six years, BuzzFeed, you're friggin' crazy?! You just wait, Mary Anne, you just wait! Where you probably heard this first: Hanging out with your music-snob friend who had been listening to M83 since the early-'00s. Then they got mad when the song went mainstream and said M83 was "over. What this song probably brings memories of: Being drunk and screaming "Toooooooonnnniiiiight Weeeeee are younnnng" and slurring the rest of the lyrics because you didn't know them.