The only #ThrowbackThursday playlist you need right now
Which basically includes 15 songs we’ve grown up jamming to
Singer Anushka Manchanda just took to Instagram to post a throwback of a photo shoot with her band members from Viva. And we couldn’t help but reminisce the good old days (when we could step out of our house) and think about all the songs we once loved but kind of forgot about.
So, grab your headphones and get ready for our #ThrowbackThursday playlist.
Temperature (Sean Paul)
If you didn’t act cool on this song at birthday parties (or even in your room), then your teenage years are certainly questionable.
Club Can’t Handle Me Right Now (Flo Rida ft. David Guetta)
Another favorite from the parties.
Dynamite (Taio Cruz)
You know you’re a true kid from 2010 if you can sing with us: “Coz I told you once, now I told you…”
Hey There Delilah (Plain White T’s)
Long distance wasn’t a thing back then but this song certainly was.
Snow Hey (Red Hot Chilli Peppers)
Yes, let’s remember the cool guys in school who banged their heads to this song. But where are they now?
Sk8er Boi (Avril Lavigne)
Put your hands up if this was your attitude towards everything in general: “He was a skater boy, she said see you later boy”.
Wake Me Up When September Ends (Greenday)
Our mood before every exam.
99 Problems (Jay Z)
“I’ve got 99 problems and this throwback won’t be one.”
I Gotta A Feeling (The Black Eyed Peas)
You heard it on New Year’s Eve, birthday parties and you know it by heart. Now, here’s what you can do: Hear it once again!
Another classic from back in the day, which still is a classic.
Soulja Boy Tell’em (Soulja Boy)
Guess soulja boy meant to tell us that he isn’t going anywhere because he’s still on loop.
It’s still ‘like a melody in my head’.
Moves Like A Jagger (Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera)
The song that introduced you to Adam Levine, long before you knew he was looking for a ‘Girl Like You’.
Toxic (Britney Spears)
Now that you remember this, you know who to send this song to.
The Way I Are (Timbaland)
The must have on your party playlist.
Use Somebody (Kings of Leon)
We’re not crying, you are.