Songs From The Mid 2000s That’ll Remind You Of Every Boda And Quinceanera You Went To
From reggaeton to r&b and rap, the mid-2000’s was filled with jams that were on replay constantly. How many of these throwbacks do you recognize?
In 2005 you rapped along to songs like:
“Atrevete Te Te” by Calle 13
CREDIT: CALLE 13 / FERNANDACAST / TUMBLR
Probably the ONLY song you knew by Calle 13.
“Rompe” by Daddy Yankee
Daddy Yankee was so hype back then.
“Yo (Excuse Me Miss)” by Chris Brown
CREDIT: CHRIS BROWN / YOUTUBE / GIPHY
And everyone wished they had moves like Chris Brown.
“Laffy Taffy” by D4L
CREDIT: D4L / YOUCANTSPELLAWESOMEWITHOUTWES / TUMBLR
After this song, you didn’t look at laffy taffy – the candy, the same again.
And in 2006, started singing along as soon as you heard:
“Dile” by Don Omar
One of Don Omar’s first songs in his first album. #classic ??
“Blow the Whistle” by Too Short
CREDIT: TOO SHORT / HOTCHEETOPRINCESS / TUMBLR
“What’s my favorite word?!”
In 2007 you knew it was time to run to the dance floor when you heard:
“Danza Kuduro” by Don Omar
Danza Kuduro 😊😊😊😊Lucenzo !!! Don Omar La Mano Arriba Cintura Sola .Da Media Vuelta Danza Kuduro . No T Canse Ahora Que Esto Solo Empieza Mueve La Cabeza Danza Kuduro 😍😍#Latinosstandup #bestshitever #whofeelsthemusic #morethanalatino #nobody #we #love #to #Dance #Reggaeton #pura #danzaKuduro #Latinas #Latinos
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A song we couldn’t resist at family parties. ?? And radio stations still play this.
“Crank That (Soulja Boy)” by Soulja Boy
CREDIT: SOULJA BOY / RADIOFREEACTION / TUMBLR
You’d run to the dance floor as soon as you heard, “YOOUUUUUU.”
CREDIT: HISALUTHOLA / TUMBLR
And if you didn’t know the dance moves, you watched dozens of YouTube tutorials until you got at least that part right.
“With You” by Chris Brown
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Something about throwback Chris Brown made you feel some type of way. ?
Depending on what kind of mood you were in, back in 2008 you would blast songs like:
“Te Quiero” by DJ Flex
For that one crush you had. ?
“Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)” by Beyoncé
CREDIT: BEYONCE / YOUTUBE / GIPHY
No one did it better than Queen Bey. ? And every wedding you went to played this song when la novia was getting ready to throw her bouquet.
And 2009 had you jumping up and down with jams like:
“Hotel Room Service” by Pitbull
Pitbull always got you hyped.
“Meet Me Halfway” by The Black Eyed Peas
CREDIT: BLACK EYED PEAS / SWEET-SCARLETT / TUMBLR
Definitely a song you fist pumped to.
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