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@MrSkerpentine 2 yıl önce
“The Music That Defined The 1760’s” is gonna be a BANGER of a video
@sickboypurrp2114 2 yıl önce
@maztergamer1016 2 yıl önce
Yeah man Joseph Haydn was killing it in the 1760s. Today's kids wouldn't know.
@skyrozx 2 yıl önce
Sea shanties
@user-jz5gg3xn3u 2 yıl önce
@@maztergamer1016 they wouldn’t be able to Handel it. 🌝
@maztergamer1016 2 yıl önce
@@user-jz5gg3xn3u *insert rim shot noise
@juchuva Yıl önce
I think Avril Lavigne deserved more attention. She prepared the ground for famale rock to shine again, such as Hayley Williams. Before her, radios would only play pop like Britney’s. Avril changed pop rock and is an inspiration until today, for artists like Olivia Rodrigo, Willow, and the new rise of pop rock in the 2020’s
@agnusredel3709 5 aylar önce
She was a phenomenon but unfortunately it didnt start any kind of punk rock moment, but honestly that makes her stand out, if not influential.
@swizzwizz12 5 aylar önce
Don’t forget Amy lee of evanescence.
@FireMarshallStev Aylar önce
Ah what? Let Go came out in 2002. In the few years before that you would easily hear Alanis Morissette, No Doubt, the Cranberries, Sheryl Crow, Natalie Imbruglia, Meredith Brooks, Shawn Colvin, etc, etc on Top 40 radio. Maybe Avril paved the way for a specific style of female-led pop punk, but in no way was pre-Avril female Top 40 radio just bubblegum pop like Britney.
@MachineGunPhilly 9 aylar önce
THANK YOU for showing respect to Britney. She deserved so much better than she got in the 00’s. She still does. Appreciating Britney isn’t a choice; it’s the expectation.
@kazza6078 Yıl önce
Missy Elliot's music in the early 2000s was so unique and influential. She was unlike anything else, I'm so glad she continued to have influence backstage after that and is such a legend now
One of my all time fave rappers for sure. Wayne even said she’s his number one lol that alone deserves her credit imo lmao
@daphneblake13 Yıl önce
Mr. Brightside should have been more explored. For a song that was everywhere in 2004-2005, it only peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 that year. But it's enduring legacy still lives on. That opening riff is just too iconic. The song still charts in the UK. It is a cultural touchstone.
@levisguy53 Yıl önce
indeed, it was so big that the dj's played it on my hard rock station, a stationed that was played STP, LP, Shinedown, 3DD, Saliva, Sevendust, Staind, Three Days Grace, Disturbed, etc. you get the picture. The Killers weren't akin to any of those other artists. i went out and got the album during the summer of 2004, only just sold my original copy a year or 2 ago. did get a brandy new copy to replace it though!
@FIFApepper Yıl önce
I agree it's an iconic song (and album) but it didn't really shape the music landscape
The Killers are crazy overrated.
you didn't mention "fallen" by Evanescence in 2003 and 2004. it was HUGE. songs like "bring me to life" "going under" "everybody's fool" defined an era. Specially "bring me to life", and songs by Linkin Park too.
@TrimTrimmer Yıl önce
Yeah the knowledge of everything before Justin Timberlakes second album almost seems to be from looking it up rather than actually remembering the reality of 2000 - 2005. Those years I was 15 - 20 years old I would review those years very differently. There’s a lot missed!
@GrimYarrow Yıl önce
And Evanescence did a lot for female-led rock and metal bands in the mainstream. A lot of women in the genre today cite Amy Lee as an influence. Hell, Evanescence almost wasn't even signed because, at the time, it was believed no one would listen to women in rock.
@arkayv Yıl önce
While I agree to a great extent, I also believe that the sound Evanescence and Linkin Park were going for originated and started a wave back in the mid 90s more so than the 2000s with acts like Green Day, Alanis Morisette, to Limp Bizkit and Korn. That being said, they did deserve at least a passing mention.
Yeah I thought it was odd he didn't mention Evanescence and also Nelly Furtado (2007).
@Death-999 Yıl önce
Yeah Evanescence was huge, Bring me to life was our graduation song.,
@elliebush2140 2 yıl önce
Didn't think we'd see another "music that defined the decade" video for another 10 years. So glad we got one for the 2000s.
@patsfan3757 2 yıl önce
Daft pumk get lucky
@HotStrange 2 yıl önce
@@patsfan3757 I love daft pumk
Yeah but now the wait is gonna be unbearable
@elliebush2140 2 yıl önce
@@hayleynoellebroders8247 Who knows. Maybe we'll get one for the 90s
Tbh I hope we get more. I want to see one for the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
@RachelMay1989 Yıl önce
Mic's comedic timing is impeccable. That "Yeah" in the FutureSex/LoveSounds section gets me everytime.
@haydenh3015 4 aylar önce
There’s no one better that you could’ve chosen to represent the end of the 2000s in music. Gaga was EVERYWHERE and we all loved it
@Mojacaine Yıl önce
That soulja boy introduction was actually ridiculously seamless
@ani-babe6444 Yıl önce
This is a million times better than the CNN 2000s music episode,, I feel someone finally found the right words to emphasize how drastic of a difference there was between early and late 2000s music.
@johnindigo5477 Yıl önce
That series was ok but it did feel like a quick recap of big names.
@marks2807 Yıl önce
Did you forget about "Lose Yourself" in 2002? The song literally won an Oscar which never happens to rap music. That is how popular it was.
@helperboy5020 Yıl önce
He kind of skipped Em for the 2000s and Pac for the 90s. He probably doesnt like them.
@@helperboy5020 He skips a lot of things have to do or connect with Black culture 😅
@helperboy5020 11 aylar önce
@@bmwjourdandunngoddess6024 youtubers are opinionated people after all i guess. He did mention Dre in his first vid though.
@andyzhao7822 10 aylar önce
@BMW Jourdan Dunn Goddess He disrespected black culture by overlooking … Eminem?
@NIkki-ox1ej 10 aylar önce
Maybe he’s comfortable speaking about what he knows instead of delving into something he doesn’t know.
@Hugo-G 2 yıl önce
I'm glad you closed the decade off with Gaga. It truly felt like a different music era when she came on the scene.
@t.mutabilis2497 2 yıl önce
she changed the game. i remember award season and video clip releases/top 10s being my favorite growing up and everything got different when she came into the scene.
@froilanortiz7556 2 yıl önce
@rayazkhan9498 2 yıl önce
+1 I think this choice on his part was spot on
@eugenemetayhas 2 yıl önce
Honestly the Paparazzi performance from the 2009 VMAs still lives rent free in my head. It was all everyone talked about at school the days after the show. She really changed the game at the close of the decade.
@froilanortiz7556 2 yıl önce
@@eugenemetayhas yup. Best VMA performance ever and probably one of Gaga’s most iconic performances ever.
@gxldenboyomg 2 yıl önce
I appreciate how FutureSex/LoveSounds had some mad love in this video, that album had everybody SHOOK when it dropped! CD was hard to find the first month of its release… 😮‍💨 (P.S. : I feel like Nelly Furtado’s Loose needed to be mentioned, it had a big cultural impact & showed that an Hispanic artist could enter US’s music industry with the help of an established producer… the great Timbaland!)
@leosh4388 Yıl önce
Loose was huge but I feel it was 'of the times' and not ahead of the times like the songs Mic chose. Also, Nelly's not hispanic, she's lusitanic. Also not nearly the first latin artist to make it big in the industry.
@joselozada132 Yıl önce
Timbaland and timberlake TRASH 🐀🐀🐀💩
@johnindigo5477 Yıl önce
@@leosh4388 yeah there was the Latin explosion in the late 90s which actually started to diminish by 2004. It was also based on Latin performers singing In English not actually spainish language music.
@MortanAMrk Yıl önce
Truly the portugeuese
@user-qd6im2hp2e Yıl önce
Timbaland was on fire
@dtnuh Yıl önce
The Neptunes were the truth! Amazing producers. They actually did most of Justin's first album, not just his first single. Fun facts: Most of the songs on Justin's first album were intended for MJ, but he rejected them. Also, I'm A Slave 4 U was originally intended for Janet, but she also turned it down.
@musahaque2000 Yıl önce
Great to hear a mention of Aaliyah, I would've loved to hear your thoughts on her genre definin' self titled album that came out 2001.
@foREVerXirish Yıl önce
i waited.. and waited...
He doesn’t really highlight Black Artist. 💀 This is not the place for us it appears
@Peneya Yıl önce
This was a history lesson until we got to 2009, and I now I know the year I became conscious. Thanks Mic
@juchuva Yıl önce
Arctic Monkeys was crazy, they became famous because of social media and simultaneously they hate social media. The song “Batphone” is Arctic Monkeys’ critics to modern technology
I love the Arctic monkeys I grew up listening to them
@ChristinaH111 8 aylar önce
I just started reading your post when it suddenly shown Arctic Monkeys 😮
@juchuva 8 aylar önce
@@ChristinaH111 :O
@nikkjcrespo 3 aylar önce
arctic monkeys is a weird one bc they werent really one of the big acts we associate with myspace, and didnt really explode until AM almost 7 years later
@Liamjlm 5 gün önce
​@nikkjcrespo not really, they were already by far the biggest band in the UK and AM only brought that fame to the usa
@GS_emerald 2 yıl önce
you should do "music that defined" for different genres! that would be interesting videos
I would also like that
@maztergamer1016 2 yıl önce
cool idea. Maybe with some more specific genres. Like I think doing one for say "rock" or "pop" would be a very bad idea. But for smaller genres (using that as a relative term). He could do that.
@gabrieldesouza7290 2 yıl önce
@@maztergamer1016 I actually think that encompassing broader terms would be a great idea, as it would increase the diversity of the music featured, and make us question what even is "rock" or "pop". He would have much more to cover than in these decades videos, though; maybe a two-part video would do.
@skyrozx 2 yıl önce
@@gabrieldesouza7290 agreed
@freddysamjacob363 2 yıl önce
@clayyytonnn153 Yıl önce
Your 1990s video was on point. You captured my childhood, skinned it, cooked it, and fed it back it me still piping hot. Let's see how you season the 2000s
@guadaluped.7525 2 yıl önce
Britney Spears’ album Blackout. Absolute perfection. It’s in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame for a reason.
@Mitch-Alex 2 yıl önce
Literally he has bias opinions. Britney or Blackout is the most important record of the 2000s not Justin Timberflop
@2WarriorJay8 Yıl önce
@@armandogutierrez4687 hahahah u are funny FutureSex/LoveSounds has 3 number #1, 2 top #10 and 2 top #20 hits and album has huge impact.What Britney have only Gimme More or should ı call bad version of Sexyback
@Nick-zn1vj Yıl önce
@@onurkarademir3059 wow
@jarlhenrik 2 yıl önce
Man, I turned 16 in Y2k.. I still remember most of this as if it happened yesterday. Napster was all the rage in my high school. Literally got shamed if you didn't understand the concept of the internet, which at that point, not many in a smallish town in Norway did..
@KristianYeager 4 aylar önce
Kelly Clarkson was CRUCIAL to the 2000s in EVERY WAY POSSIBLE!!! She is THE American Idol & America’s SWEETHEART!! 😍
@sarahjordan7406 Yıl önce
I was born in 1998 so I have fond memories of this decade as a kid. I wanted to be on TRL and the MTV VMAS so bad and American Idol. I had my first celebrity crush on Justin Timberlake and I lovvvveeedd Britney Spears. I remember watching Green Day perform a lot and thinking how electric they were. And of course I wanted to be on survivor lol.
Wow that’s really cool tbh 😊
Mic you can´t just play crazy frog on repeat and call it "the music that defined the a 2000s" just because it was your favorite song
@gabrielmontoya1407 2 yıl önce
LOL such a melon meme
@skyrozx 2 yıl önce
Needs to be more "fantano comments section" comments
@sundogsun 2 yıl önce
fantano pilled
micthony snaretano
@gildedpeahen876 Yıl önce
I’m glad you mentioned Timbaland. Literally every song he touches has the best beats ever! Even artists I’m not that into…when I heard he wrote/produced a song for them, I could immediately guess which song just by assuming it’s the one song that’s really good of theirs lol
@torontotsts8218 Yıl önce
It’s taken me twice the length of time to complete this video. It’s stirring up so much nostalgia that I keep pausing it to listen to the songs you reference. Amazing video essay!
@welllazvdo2216 Yıl önce
The reason why TRvid was created IS crazy and that transition to Gnarls Barkley's Crazy was seamless. Your videos are amazing. Love from Brazil 🇧🇷
@mdseymore464 Yıl önce
You need to do an analysis on Britney Spears and her 2 decade impact which led to success on pop music and pop culture that dwelled into the 2020s
@MrDouglasssss Yıl önce
The only thing to analyse is the fact that she is a singer who can’t sing her own songs live and yet people buy that shit.
Ugh, please no
@Yourenotsmart1999 3 aylar önce
@@SerenityChaos1975ugh, shut up!
@FSUMercerian Yıl önce
Just finished the decade look backs and surprised the Latin explosion from J Lo, Ricky Martin, etc. didn’t even get a mention here (unless I missed it), especially when in the 2010’s there’s an examination of Despacito’s influence and popularity that I’d think owes a lot to those 2000’s artists. Still all of these were amazing to go back and dive into! Hope you continue to back into the 80’s and beyond even if it’s months inbetween.
@Don_Matteo Yıl önce
I think it is because latin music has always been a part of pop culture so not worth mentioning as anything particularly special
@cityboy2092 Yıl önce
To be fair, after the brief Latin pop explosion of 1999, there really wasn't much more Latin crossover for a long time. Ricky Martin and Marc Anthony faded out soon after the 90's ended, J. Lo was making dance-pop/R&B tracks that didn't really put her Latina roots on display, and the rest of the Latin-pop scene petered out. Daddy Yankee scored some hits in the mid-2000's, but he was a complete outlier. Wasn't really until post-Despacito when we started seeing a lot of Spanish songs crossover like we do now
@lifePaultheball Yıl önce
Despacito did something for Latin Music which none of the said artist could do. Artist like Shakira, Ricky Martin JLo or even Enrique all broke into the pop culture for their personal achievement and not as a whole of the Latin industry which subsequently changed after Despacito.
@@Don_Matteo It is special. Colonizer.
@progunjack5556 11 aylar önce
@@bmwjourdandunngoddess6024 why are you acting so damn annoying and tacky in this whole comments section?? Like dude this video do have some flaws but that's no reason for handing out some undercooked assumptions and insults
@Brandnewriot001 2 yıl önce
Fun fact: if it wasn’t for Missy Elliot, Paramore might not have existed.
@jasonwalker7207 2 yıl önce
Explain plz
@Christian-eq6pq 2 yıl önce
@Call Me, BLEGH Me, If You Wanna Reach Me To say Missy Elliot is the last good mainstream female artist is just false. It’s an opinion..but it’s false.
@Brandnewriot001 2 yıl önce
@@jasonwalker7207 in a podcast that she went on about mental health she said that she saw a Missy Elliott music video when she was younger and wanted that kind of life too.
@Maxlovy0 2 yıl önce
Damn you Missy Elliot!
@handsoaphandsoap 2 yıl önce
​@Call Me, BLEGH Me, If You Wanna Reach Me I question whether you genuinely believe contemporary mainstream female rap artists are bad (artists, some of them definitely have questionable moral integrity) or whether you're expressing an internalized sexist view of female rappers, and artists in general. F.e. only being able to relate to Hayley Williams out of the massive swathe of mainstream female artists we have nowadays sounds very NLOG-y. There's not really a lot contrasting Missy Elliot from other female rappers (aside from her being one of the first ones to achieve mainstream success) as Missy's songs are very similar to her contemporaries, both lyrically and compositionally (which is probablya cause of Missy being a major influence in the field). Yes, Missy is great and should get all the recognition for paving the way for other women in the industry, but saying that her predecessors aren't creating anything of worth exposes a massive bias.
@j.demarco8937 Yıl önce
What's wild about the 00's is that the shift in style, changes in tech & overall taste in pop culture seemed to split the decade almost in half. Fr, I graduated HS in 06 & everything in pop, music & fashion was almost completely different after 2007, albeit subtly.
@tsurek 5 aylar önce
That's called early 00's and late 00's.
@twigagawizard Yıl önce
Man, I graduated high school in 2009. I remember jamming out to the Fame that entire spring and summer. From that point on, I've been obsessed with Gaga. Her music was so fresh and pleasing to the ears.
You know, I wondered why looking back, I went through so many phases growing up AND this list exactly sums it up. All these different influences of genres through the 2000s. This video is very well done
@RO-yc5lj 7 aylar önce
So I’m watching this in 2023 and listened to your transition to the Soulja Boy “Youuuuu!!!!" was so perfect, I had to make sure I was subscribed to ALL notifications😅 Your videos are amazing trips down memory lane for this 30-something gal!!🤗Thank you for all the work you’ve put in to create these great pieces of art! Like wow! 🎉 🤩🥰
@icewollowcome4254 10 aylar önce
I have to say, I turned 13 on January 3rd 2000 and it was the age when I really started following music and finding "my style" and this video really captures how I remember the 00's. I think you made one of the best videos on TRvid.
@MicTheSnare 2 yıl önce
Two notes: 1. Captions are still being worked on, and will be added as soon as they’re ready. [UPDATE: Captions should now be up and running.] 2. This video got copyright-claimed to heck and back, which means the ads on the video were not placed by me. You can do with that info what you will, but if you're getting like 20 ads in the first 5 seconds, I wanted you to know that it wasn’t my doing. Thank you everyone, I hope you enjoy this one.
@tyde4610 2 yıl önce
thank you micthesnare
@p1nh3dlarry72 2 yıl önce
thank you microsnare
@MetagrossOverlordX 2 yıl önce
This madlad is making 40 minute-long well-edited content without a Patreon despite getting assreamed by Copyright Claims. thank you Michalis T. Snarington
Thanks Also, are you considering to make the same content for the 90s and maybe 80s? Not now obviously, maybe like next year or something. Waiting 2020s decade to end is too long. But love the content.
@ephemeralworm 2 yıl önce
thanks mike drum
@tlh0121 Yıl önce
It’s crazy how so many people really believed the world would go dark as soon as that ball dropped on January 1, 2000 lol. What’s even crazier is that was 22 years ago, and I was about to turn 12 in just 20 short days. Now what’s unfathomable is how the first half of those 22 years past by at 1/4 the speed as the second half.
@JacksonSadinsky Yıl önce
words cant describe how quality your content is
@RVS-fq4wh Yıl önce
Forgot to mention Hung Up by Madonna in 2005 which became #1 in 41 countries (except USA) and was put in the Guinness Book of Records. Also Benny Benassi's Satisfaction in 2004, a worldwide phenomenal dance music
@nitroxler Yıl önce
This is honestly brilliant. Kinda got me emotional with all the nostalgia ngl
@paigepena6330 2 yıl önce
The third time you said, "God, the 2000s were a dumb time," hit the hardest. The 2000s were so cruel to female artists. No one's laughing now that Amy Winehouse tragically passed away. I'm just so glad that as a culture, we're starting to learn from our mistakes.
@saragolightly 2 yıl önce
I was not aware of the Metallica sketch slapping a Napster sticker on a black woman's butt as a joke... so many levels of unacceptable and gross
@jeeology8574 2 yıl önce
@@saragolightly Yup. Even today, Lars isn't particularly well liked from what I've seen.
@tiffprendergast 2 yıl önce
Not true
@euro_trashling 2 yıl önce
We aren't learning too much cause we still keep making fun of Nickelback for no reason but herd behaviour. "Everybody is doing it so I am going to". They were like what Ed Sheeran is for 2010's. Pointless mocking for the sake of mocking. I wouldn't say they fit my taste in music but they are extremely far from being "bad".
@claualexis1737 Yıl önce
Funny you mention Amy Winehouse, one of the greatest talents of all time, when her its just the tip of the iceberg. Amy, Britney, Madonna during her American Life era right after the Dixie Chicks, Jessica Simpson, Courtney Love, Lil Kim, Lindsay Lohan, Janet Jackson, and the list goes on and on and on.
@tajsimms8976 Yıl önce
I wish you spoke about how Britney’s 2008 Blackout Album completely changed pop and made dubstep and the club sound popular
More Justin Timberlake made pop more popular.
@MrRileyjames 15 gün önce
Rihanna did dubstep and drum & bass first, juuuust sayin. Rihanna and Britney are my top two; no hate intended.
@grahambug 9 aylar önce
This is so awesome. The video came up on autoplay and I’m sooo glad it did. I gotta rewatch this with my friends. Such great storytelling and creativity. YOURE AWESOME
@YFNAlt Yıl önce
I’m not sure why but anytime I hear a song from 2008-2010 it makes me feel old because I’m sometimes in disbelief that it’s been 13 years since I graduated high school.
@acidducks9476 Yıl önce
as someone who just graduated i can't imagine that feeling
@kolakehinde7328 9 aylar önce
This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever watched! I stayed entertained every minute of this. Your intros are so cool and you just keep the wave up till the very end! Amazing!
@Horrorcore_Ken 10 aylar önce
Objectively, this video is superbly done! You captured the nostalgia whilst providing a compelling narrative on pop culture as a whole.
I think Nelly furtado deserves a quick mention alongside timbaland, bc Loose and all her timbaland produced songs r exactly what I think of when picturing 2000s pop
@djmeagaaim17antman 2 yıl önce
Timberland definitely should have been mentioned for sure since he produced a lot of big albums during the 2000's including Love Future Sex Sounds. Heck, he is a big reason why Justin Timberlake was even successful as a solo artist during the latter half of the 2000's, if not the main reason why. Timberland is more important than timberlake in regards to the pop music scene overall.
@maddyrevenge 2 yıl önce
@@djmeagaaim17antman There was an entire section of the video talking about Timbaland
@gemma2182 2 yıl önce
@@djmeagaaim17antman also its timbaland
@soaribb32 2 yıl önce
@@djmeagaaim17antman he is way more important than any Justin ever
@rammsteinrulz16 2 yıl önce
Why not just talk about Tim then?
I honestly didn’t know what to expect… high key I expected to be pissed off and felt like things were going to left out. But this was pure Gold! However, I wish there was more of a presence of R&B since this was the last “TRUE” ERA of “Real Hip Hop/R&B” (Ashanti, BEYONCÉ???, Mary J. Blige, Ludacris, Ja Rule, The Carter 3) but I truly enjoyed this video
@kait112 Yıl önce
Oh man, this was even more nostalgic for me than the 2010s list - I graduated from high school in 2006. It’s amazing to look back at the way music was evolving.
Please God, make the same type of video for the 90s! That decade was an amalgamation of all types of genres and styles and craziness. I would LOVE to see your take on it. Rock on my dude, love your vids!
@sarikawaterart Yıl önce
Music is how I process each year, I rewatch all your decade recaps all the time. Thanks for making these!
@heathernicblu 2 yıl önce
This video had been recommended to me for a while and I’ve avoided it because I thought it was just gonna be songs played back to back. SO SO SO impressed by this analysis! Amazing work!
@Maria_745 2 yıl önce
I love how you highlighted the intense genre bending of the 00s. Songs weren't straight pop or pure rap and they were doing numbers. I think the experimentation during the time unlimited digital music came to light really opened people's eyes to music outside of their preferred genres. I'm not exaggerating when I say I listened to every single song in this video growing up in the 00s. Good or bad these songs set the stage for my appreciation of all music and especially creatively produced music.
have to agree. i didn't start forming an original sense of self until the 2010s but i physically grew up in the 00s and my life really was soundtracked by most of these songs. without the cross-breeding afforded by both a) the propagation of digital music stores selling every genre's most popular on the cheap and b) Timbaland, we wouldn't have the level of genre crossover and hybridization we do today. good comment 8/10
@benirvine5646 2 yıl önce
love that you mentioned that with having Vince Staples big fish theory as the profile pic
@Maria_745 2 yıl önce
@@benirvine5646 Vince campaigning for bft to be nominated for best electronic album at the grammys was so iconic
@MONET8iAM 2 yıl önce
I really enjoy the genre bending, and I love that people have found ways to be “original” within their respective genre by experimenting with other sounds. One con that it’s contributed to artists of today complaining about being labeled or put in a box. Which it’s not a huge issue, I’m here for it, but it comes off as lazy from some. Also a lot of those younger artists feel like they don’t have to have knowledge of or pay respects to their predecessors, at least it’s a common sentiment within hip hop/rap.
@nickmoss2046 2 yıl önce
kinda hard to bring up genre bending in this decade without mentioning Gorillaz though. It was at the very beginning of it and it was HUGE
@TipTheScales27 Yıl önce
I’m surprised you didn’t talk about Akon. He was GaGa’s producer and was very influential with other artists too. His music was super popular too in the early 2000s
@annaisntcool 2 yıl önce
you can tell i’m a 1997 baby because i was HYPE every time you started playing one of your song picks in the video. the music of the 2000s is so wonderfully nostalgic :’)
@chrisreyes1 4 aylar önce
Thank you so very much for making this video. Having lived my teeny years in the 2000s, this was amazingly accurate. So much time has passed I have forgotten most of that time.
@BREATHER_ Yıl önce
808s & Heartbreak to me, is music that defined the end of the 2000s while also setting the stage for music in the 2010s
@mrstanchelios Yıl önce
Going back to the decades before the 2000s would be be great and fascinating, especially the 90s that are probably important for many here (me included). Great content, continue this amazing and well done work Mr. Mic! :)
@liamturley7655 2 yıl önce
Mic The Snare here, the internet’s most respectful music nerd
@shi_. 2 yıl önce
micthony snaretano
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@oOvatsalOo 2 yıl önce
Yasss! Let it be known!
@MarketHustle Yıl önce
The quality of this video is crazy! One of my new fave creators.
@wasabijones4571 Yıl önce
bruh that screenshot of Sum 41’s 2002 album sparked a whole nostalgia flashback
@BlueSkiesSunnyDays 11 aylar önce
My guy thank you for getting me hip to Radiohead “In Rainbow’s” that vibe I caught while listening to the songs was amazing 🤘🏽
@EdieRoxUrSox15 2 yıl önce
So glad you mentioned Soulja Boy. I swear that song got played years and years after it came out!
ok this is really good! How was there no mention of Christina Aguilera’s Stripped at all?
@jpc7294 Yıl önce
True.This guy has shifty taste...this video as what he said is subjective. We've wasted time and data.
@mikesimpson3207 2 yıl önce
Surprised to not see Daft Punk, Gorillaz, or Outkast.
@powlingwa 2 yıl önce
Outkast was mentioned in the video
@ColinHelstrom 2 yıl önce
the music video for feel good inc was featured in the background somewhere in this video
@dankenstin8803 2 yıl önce
@@ColinHelstrom (24:27)
@jb7644 2 yıl önce
@@skyrozx This is 2000's in North America... not the world though. Daft Punk and Gorillaz were extremely big in Europe and Asia. Their influence wouldn't come until later because North America at times were late noticing these trends.
@HectorTWE 2 yıl önce
I think The Strokes definitely should've been mentioned for really getting the Post-punk revival going fully
@stanleyray Yıl önce
I love videos like this. I was born in 98 and I often reminisce about the early 00s, especially in music. A time before smart phones and social media and I'm just old enough to remember that time❤a SIMPLER time😌and you included alot of great songs and artists😉👌🏽💯 #SoNostalgic
@angelaaltman864 Yıl önce
Finn's video brought me here. The historical info layed out here is well researched and presented into easily digestible content. Your 2010s video is next in my queue to watch.
@ruqshaankamish7893 4 aylar önce
Really enjoying your content, the nostalgia is real 💕Thank you 💕
@UtamagUta 2 yıl önce
The Algorithm suggested this video more than 6 months later and You probably won't see this - but greatly made! Very enjoyable while filled with information! Both, script and editing wise!
@JK-gm6kk Yıl önce
Oh God, what a time to grow up. Am 34, so the nostalgia is amazing
@cameronbishop6001 2 yıl önce
How could I not give a like after that Sexyback joke? Masterful.
@sanswelt8746 2 yıl önce
@prettychords 2 yıl önce
@qualcosadinerd7471 2 yıl önce
Same, instant like
@sonofashark7005 2 yıl önce
@@sanswelt8746 yeah!!!
@TheShanlou 5 aylar önce
That was brilliant, so awesome. Such a significant decade of my life, I was out of home, making my own money and could afford to buy and see music. What a ride, thank you
Im so happy and lucky to have been born in 1990, living through the 90s, being a teen in the early 00s, it truly was an awesome, insane time and journey. Music was both amazing and stupid, masterpieces and trash, reality tv dominated the airwaves, and nonstop scandals after scandals. I remember watching Arctic Monkeys “I bet that you look good on the dance floor “ on MTV for the first time and instantly fell in love with them. Same with MGMT. we wore multar tight shirts, belts with belt buckles, Osiris/macbeth/dc shoes, ugh the list goes on. So much awesomeness. My chemical romance (I’m from NJ) and all the nj scene/hardcore/metal/experimental/indie bands coming out were INSANELY AMAZING 🤘 😈 god I miss my teen years 😭 😔
@AURAxSTAR 8 aylar önce
i fucking love how you write & deliver your videos, so glad i found this channel :')
@DariseTheresa Yıl önce
Loved this video! Something I think would've been worth a mention here was TRL - massive impact on what people were listening to (even for us here in South Africa!) Might be a 90s thing but huge impact in the 2000s that has yet to be repeated, I think.
Wow! That was a serious trip down memory lane! I was in my 20s and early 30s in the 2000s, I've had a passion for DJING most of my life and I remember doing my own mixing and tricking up so many of these songs!
The reason why "The Black Parade" feels like the last big true rock album is because it was the last big album that was adamantly rock, instead of a different genre blended with rock elements, as is the case with the albums mentioned afterwards
@ChazTB Yıl önce
it wasn't 'adamantly rock' though. it had huge third wave emo influences and within that genre along with evanescence album 'fallen' is probably genre defining, the two contrasting hugely but representing each side of the spectrum of the genre. you could equally say that there hasn't been any emo bands that had a significant influence on the rest of music since those two. to say it isn't blended with other genres is just incorrect. further within the rock genre it is definitively 'hard rock' which took influences from metal. the only argument for it being 'the last big true rock album' is that there was no traditional rock albums at the time to rival it, as the rock style that rolling stones pioneered had moved on. the only album I can think of to rival it is 'ta-dah' by the scissor sisters, which was so far into glam rock and pop rock that many ignore it in conversations about 21st century rock, wrongly in my opinion.
If you're looking for "true rock", you should put a period around grunge or even earlier. Or, you know, just accept that genres are and always were ever changing and fuzzy bordered, and we will never have classic rock again but there is still a lot of rock to have
@agonzalez7095 Yıl önce
I still would go for AM as the last event rock album tho that might be influenced by being in the UK (heard its pretty big in the USA tho). U might be able to make the case for tickets to my downfall but I hardly see any impact of the album in the UK and ldk if it will have a big enough impact long term to be an event album. also Is This it by the strokes should have been included in the video and maybe coldplay (I point to them for the reason the most mainstream "rock" of the last decade sounds alot more like pop) edit: also maybe some indie/alternative pop should be included such as Oracular spectacular by MGMT to represent the rise of that genre in the mid/late 2000's
@finnanut1098 Yıl önce
@@agonzalez7095 he did briefly mention Coldplay and MGMT
@agonzalez7095 Yıl önce
@@finnanut1098 I dont remember him mentioning MGMT. When did he mention them? and Ik he mentioned coldplay but he quickly brushed over them
@fatkookie5 Yıl önce
This was done beautifully thank you finally was able to get a recap of what I grew up with 🥺❤️
@samemoonman8084 Yıl önce
So many memories unlocked 🔓 thank you for the video didn't know I'd grew up always hallways heard these genres through the 2000's. Aw being a kid hearing these made my day.
@TheAbigailDee Yıl önce
This is a gorgeous and well done video with a ton of history and nostalgia and... I laughed so hard that I CRIED WHEN TRANSITIONED INTO CRANK DAT WITH THE YOOOOOOOU 😭😭
Well this is an emotional rollercoaster, since I've been glued to my TV since I was 4 and mostly watched MTV. I don't watch TV anymore since TRvid arrived lol, but yeah. Lots of memories
@CourtneyK87 2 yıl önce
I was obsessed with no strings attached. I haven't listened to that in, gosh, 15 years, and when yoh were playing clips I realized I still remembered every lyric of every song
@LandonRhodus 2 yıl önce
Does This Mean we may get a “Music That Defined The 90s?” Or One for the 80s, and so on?
@tobymcc9088 2 yıl önce
I hope so
@mnoypoiuyt65r4w8 2 yıl önce
fuck the irs imma commit tax fraud
@LandonRhodus 2 yıl önce
You Do That!
@mnoypoiuyt65r4w8 2 yıl önce
@@LandonRhodus thank you for the encouragement
@LandonRhodus 2 yıl önce
Legally I have to say I do not encourage You lol
@jmckenzie962 Yıl önce
Here's some extra albums I would personally add to round the list out to a "Top 20" (or top 18 excluding the 2 music technology entries): 2000/01: Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory. The biggest nu metal album of all time, which I think definitely deserves a mention. 2001: The Strokes - Is This It. Kickstarted the postpunk/garage rock revival trend which was a huge part of rock in the 2000's, and it also arguably relates to 9/11's impact on popular music. 2003: Evanescence - Fallen. This is a good album that demonstrates the transition from nu metal to emo. 2004: MF DOOM and Madlib - Madvillainy. One of the defining albums of abstract hip hop and one of the greatest hip hop albums of all time period. God I miss DOOM. 2008: Have a Nice Life - Deathconsciousness. This is a bit of a weird one since it didn't really become that well-known until the late 2010's and early 2020's, but I definitely think it deserves a mention for its innovations in the realm of self-produced/DIY music. It was the first album in my view that could be placed among the all-time great concept albums while also feeling like anyone could've made it, as it was made by 2 guys in their bedroom and was recorded into a fucking laptop mic. An album like that (except MAYBE Velocity Design Comfort by Sweet Trip) didn't really exist before Deathconsiousness. Also, speaking of VDC, I really wanted to mention that album (as well as Sweet Trip's other 2000's album You Will Never Know Why) for its innovations in the realm of indie pop and electronic music, but I realized that that album would honestly probably fit better on a list of music that defined the _2020's_ , since it didn't become well-known at all until like a few years ago and its actual influence on music is arguably only really being felt _now_ in hyperpop and all sorts of other internet microgenres and scenes.
@speshuul2 Yıl önce
I will literally do anything for you to continue this series all the way to the 50’s 🥲
@headcanon6408 Yıl önce
7:17 Using NSYNC to represent the music industry right before Napster is so funny when you consider the fact that Justin Timberlake would play Napster co-founder Sean Parker in The Social Network in 2010
@lurdesoliveira Yıl önce
Like you said, you have your bias, but how can you not mention Evanescence or give more time to Linkin Park? I live in Portugal and they were huge! Both bands marked a defining point on the 2000's. People from my age group - 30's - still listen songs from both bands, they had an impact! Both bands have huge following on latin america, also. So it was very worldwide... still today! Or Coldplay, Sean Paul and Enrique Iglesias, they're songs were always on the radio...
@pyrokatarina Yıl önce
These bands are iconic, but tbh they didnt really innovate something that would shape music moving forward. They just followed thru what Korn, Limp Bizkit, Rage against the machine has started and Nu metal and rock metal declined in the last decade. Were talking about music that influenced music, not the quality of music.
@flaviusaetiuspt Yıl önce
Also from Portugal here. There's a few artists / songs that I miss here besides those you mentioned: The White Stripes and Seven Nation Army - such an iconic moment for the 00's, the riff became a chant in football matches; Rhianna and that Umbrella song; David Guetta (his success starts in 08/09 and sets the scene for the '10s sound)
@pyrokatarina Yıl önce
@its really complicated being nice to straight men Lmao sure
@lurdesoliveira Yıl önce
@@flaviusaetiuspt Seven Nation Army!! How could I forget?! Yes! Very iconic sound!
@glesgagreg2255 Yıl önce
The most influential metal album of this decade was Killswitch Engage's Alive or Just Breathing
Bit late to party, but I loving this series and the rest of the content. The genuineness really comes through. Keep it up mate!
@wangson Yıl önce
Well done!! This was as funny as it was poignant and as informative as it was entertaining.
@MrSkerpentine 2 yıl önce
“Nelly made a song when he could’ve just bought an air conditioner” is my new favorite line in a music review ever. Good jorb! Edit: “S Club 7 broke up, and music *died* “ also cracked the top 5
@ok6866 2 yıl önce
@patsfan3757 2 yıl önce
Daft punk get lucky
@daishoryujin95 2 yıl önce
Now ya sporkin' my language!
@ThexDynastxQueen 2 yıl önce
It's so weird as I was oddly thinking about S Club 7's TV show the other day and wondered did anyone else remember this group existed and BOOM here they here lol.
@MrSkerpentine 2 yıl önce
@@ThexDynastxQueen I only know of them because I saw Todd in the Shadows do a video on them and their bland charity single
@choicedecision Yıl önce
After checking out the latest list of songs from the 1990s, it still feels a bit strange coming to this decade and not seeing any mentions of Latin-inspired talent and their influences in American music. I wish I had the library to fall back on to relay who would be worthy of mention
@marabanara Yıl önce
Agreed. This is the major thing missing in these videos.
@@marabanara He didn’t mention any influence of Black Artist either, but mentioned so many irrelevant yt Artist. 💀 We need a Black or Latin person to make this series but more diverse and educational because seeing these videos, I the difference in how different yt people’s perspectives are from BLK Ppl.
@KoDTIFF Yıl önce
Such an amazing vídeo! This is 40 minutes of really detailed information, and with some good and thoughtful commentary. Congratulations sir, you did a great job :D
@michaelsettles8470 2 yıl önce
This was incredible, thank you for this!
@avalokitesvara1989 7 aylar önce
I have rewatched this plenty of times
It was spot on when you started the year 2007 with Fergie’s Big Girls Don’t Cry. That song was everywhere. It was the summary of that entire year like being in a nostalgic haze!
@renzoolarte8761 2 yıl önce
Why did we bring up Timabland & JT in 2006 without a mention of the much better & more iconic “Promiscuous” by Nelly Furtado, & the INCREDIBLE album Loose😭😭😭
@yabannamba7678 2 yıl önce
The dude described JT as a freaking prophet of pop in the 2000s.
@jaykparikh37 2 yıl önce
Nah promiscuous hasn’t aged as well imo
@SteveyB 2 yıl önce
Agreed - Loose also came out 3+ months before. Maneater and Promiscuous were the global resurgence of Timbaland's sound, that was the light switch moment before Justin Timberlake. I mean Loose sold something like 15million copies, not exactly an unknown.
@yungmiami7675 2 yıl önce
@@jaykparikh37 Imo it has💀 the song trends on Twitter every other month bc of how good it is
@kf9781 2 yıl önce
@danschic 10 aylar önce
Great video, but I think a key thing you missed was the rise of Pitchfork and other music blogs. They were hugely influential, including the indie music that they originally promoted before widening their scope to pop, rap, R&B, jazz, and other genres. And music on independent labels thrived in a decade when the major labels were in disarray.
@mattday2656 Yıl önce
I love these, I'm 41 next month and the 90's and 00's were the most impactful decades for me, the 80's kind of imprinted me, but more movies and cartoons
@harveysengers1379 4 aylar önce
A lot off people talk about subjects like these, wich makes it hard to find dudes that do it as good as this one. Very interesting and well explained. Being born in 1990, a feast of nostalgia ❤