Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Music from 2003
Black Eyed Peas feat. Justin Timberlake. Black Eyed Peas turned up again for the album entitled "Elephunk".
Nelly. "Pimp Juice" is off of Nelly's multi-hit single album "Nellyville".
Good Charlotte. "Young and The Hopeless" is also the title of Good Charlotte's sophomore album.
50 Cent. 50 Cent is from the Shady Aftermath, aka the Dr Dre and Eminem Lab.
Mya. This was the first official single from Mya's upcoming album "Moodring". Her last album was "Fear of Flying" in 2000.
Blu Cantrell. "Breathe" is featured on Blu Cantrell's sophomore album "Bittersweet".
Frankie J. Frankie J released this hit after going solo from his Spanish group "Kumbia Kings".
Ashanti. Ashanti released her sophomore album entitled "Chapter II", which was said to be Ja Rulless.
Tyrese. You can catch Tyrese in "2Fast 2Furious" with Ludacris and Paul Walker.
B2K. B2K's video for "Girlfriend" was star-packed with Viviva A. Fox, Will Smith, and Mr. Big.
Evanescence. This was a great opportunity for Evanescence when "Bring Me To Life" and "My Immortal" were featured in the movie "Daredevil".
Ginuwine. This song was featured in the television series "Platinum" and is from the album "The Senior".
Lillix. Lillix is a girl band; their debut album is "Falling Uphill".
Sean Paul. Sean Paul is known for his great collaborations as well as his own songs from his album "Dutty Rock".
R. Kelly. After a rocky road, R. Kelly released his album "Chocolate Factory".
Monica. "After the Storm" was the first album since "The Boy Is Mine" in 1998.
Kelly Clarkson. This song is from American Idol Kelly Clarkson's album "Thankful" and was cowritten by Christina Aguilera.
Linkin Park. This song was from their sophomore album "Meteora".
Jewel. This is off of Jewel's album "0304"- she had no idea why she titled it that.
Pink. This song by Pink was the first song released from the "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" soundtrack.
Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg is a hip hop veteran from Long Beach, California. He began his early work in a group called 213, which included Warren G and Nate Dogg.
Staind. The band Staind got their big break when the opened for Limp Bizkit in 1997. Afterwards, Fred Durst worked with them on their music and booked them on many shows with Limp Bizkit.
Linkin' Park. Linkin' Park received a Grammy for Best Hard Rock Performance for their song "Crawling."
Wayne Wonder. This is from Wayne Wonder's album "No Holding Back."
Nas. Nas worked with DMX, T-Boz, and Method Man in the motion picture "Belly."
Aaliyah. Although Aaliyah died in 2001, she had previously recorded songs that were released alongside her hits on the album "I Care 4 U."
Thalia and Fat Joe. Thalia is a Latin artist from Espanol, Mexico. "I Want You" was her first official hit single in English.
Busta Rhymes. This single can be found on Mariah's album "Charmbracelet."
Michelle Branch. This is from Michelle Branch's album "Hotel Paper", which is the follow-up album to "The Spirit Room."
Madonna. It took Madonna approximately 10 times to find the least offensive version of the video.
Beyonce and Jay-Z. After Jay-Z and Beyonce worked together to remake the hit, they started dating.