Thursday, April 24, 2014

#TBT-00s Hits.

Hey guys, this blog entry is picture less, because I still don't know how to add pictures on my computer. If anyone blogs from a mac, please let me know! 

We all remember these songs, as if they were yesterday. They were playing on our iPod nanos, and they were on repeat. These are the songs that rocked my preteen years, on my windows computer. Here's a few of my favorites from the new millennium.

Best of Both Worlds by Hannah Montana;Before there was Miley Cyrus tweaking on the VMAs, there was Hannah Montana. And she rocked the worlds of pretty much every person in my middle school back in 2006. She was on the pink iPod nanos of many people, and the television of everything. It's safe to say I was a big Hannah fan through out my middle school days. It's kinda strange to see Miley in her wrecking ball era, but I'll always have a soft spot in my heart for Hannah. Even though they were the same person.
Thanks for the Memories by Fall Out Boy; This was my jam the summer before 8th grade. I learned about this song I think through a commercial, and when I first got my iPod I literally listened to that song on repeat. I still actually have this song on my current iTunes, and am still a huge Fall Out Boy fan. (My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark is actually now playing on my iTunes as I type this.) However, I will always remember that first song that made me fall in love with the band. No pun intended.
Hollaback Girl by Gwen Stefani; Thanks to Gwen Stefani, I know how to spell the word banana. End of the story.
Lala Land by Demi Lovato; Demi was my idol even back in my freshman year of high school. Lala land and Get Back were always playing on my iPod. However, back then I didn't have the respect for her as an artist as I do now.
Lollipop by Lil Wayne; This song reminds me of my middle school days when I actually thought rap was cool. Now looking back, I know what this song actually means. Needless to say, it's not actually about candy. However, I'll be listening to this song as I'm going to my eighth grade dance. But now, I don't listen to that music. Like at all.

What's your favorite song from the 00s?


  1. Hi Natalie,
    So favorite song, but I just started blogging from a mac and I use the blogger platform too. When you insert a picture, upload it and then go to your iPhoto gallery. Good luck!