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Discussion in 'Music' started by neighb0rh00d, Dec 19, 2009.
Haven't heard this song in such a long time... I remember how big it was when it first dropped. Only 50 album I listen to.
this...and Usher Yeah is pretty close
^ No. ^
^and why's that? Cuz you say so?
Yeah! was at the top of the charts for 12 weeks, In Da Club for 1.
Get Rich or Die Tryin sold 872,000 units first week, Confessions Pt II sold 1.1 million first week
So off yourself stan.
I'd have to go with Yeah as well... How You Remind Me by Nickelback if we're talking other genre's
Yea, because i said so. In Da Club > Yeah!
And Usher had 2 features in that song.
1. Lil Jon. The biggest producer at that time.
2. Ludacris. One of the biggest rapper at that time.
50 Cent had Dre who was still big, but not as big as Lil Jon at that time.
And In Da Club stayed at #1 for 9 weeks and on the Billboard for another 22 weeks.
yep my bad on that one
but i don't see how the features would eliminate this from being the single of the decade if anything they were why it was the single of the decade, andthe title didn't say single performance of the decade or group performance of the decade
you said Single of the Decade and based off both chart performance and sales, Yeah! is the single of the decade
Despite your personal preference.
^i corrected myself dog
I wanna say In Da Club, but Matt is kinda right. I'd say In Da Club is a good 2nd place.
What are we basing this off of? If it's popularity and billboard #s, sales, ring tones. The answer should be clear if we're counting all genres.
I liked that You Don't Have To Call song way more than Yeah!
In Da Club was it for half of the decade.
Yeah and In Da Club were MASSIVE hits. Probably no bigger rap single this decade.
Musically though, I'm still partial to International Players Anthem. One of my favorite singles ever.
agreed with in the club had a control on ears i never seen again this decade
Truth. Seems like sooooo long ago...I forget just how big that song was.
Hey Ya > *
In Da Club ftw. OP is correct.
is this only hip-hop rnb?what about hey ya?
nsync: its gonna be me, bye bye bye
nelly: hot in herre'
Agree with OP