In this list from the year 2000, we reminisce on everything from the first season of MTV Cribs to Prince’s comeback— iconic. See all the moments you need to revisit, below.
After the success of ‘Brown Sugar’, D’Angelo slimmed down and embraced his sexier side for the classic album ‘Voodoo’. Hits from the album include “Send it On” and “Untitled (How Does it Feel)”.
Back when there were amazing soundtracks for films, Timbaland produced Aaliyah’s hit song “Try Again” for ‘Romeo Must Die’.
Love & Basketball
As Sanaa Lathan’s first standout role after being in ‘The Wood’ and ‘The Best Man’, ‘Love & Basketball’ about two friends that grow up to be lovers and basketball players is a classic.
The Nutty Professor
Eddie Murphy has more hits than we can count— one was ‘The Nutty Professor II: The Klumps’ sequel that gave us Janet Jackson’s hit single “Doesn’t Matter” that debuted in 2000.
Prince changed his stage name back to Prince from the symbol sign, and asked artists to challenge major labels at this press conference in 2000.
The Real World
‘The Real World New Orleans’ game us the biggest gem of the series that was David Broom’s “Come on Be My Baby Tonight” song, performed on the porch of their French Quarter home.
We’d like to believe that Destiny’s Child is just on a loooooonng hiatus, but that’s unlikely. Still, the girl group, which originally started off with four members, has a well-known history that could make for a pretty awesome mini-series.
Remember the Titans
Denzel Washington was already a mega star when ‘Remember the Titans’ came out. But the film about an inspirational football coach starred young stars Donald Faison, Craig Kirkwood and Wood Harris.
As LaFace artists, Outkast had to have a hit album after ‘Aquemini’ and they sure did with ‘Stankonia’. The record that went quadruple platinum had songs such as “So Fresh, So Clean”, “Ms. Jackson” and “B.O.B”.
Where is your iPod? Find it and remember that when it hit stores in 2000 it totally changed the mix CDs game.