Will you remember me?: The greatest one-hit wonders of the 2000s

Check out our picks for the best songs from the 2000s whose artists made the charts with these hits, but never released another successful song.

By , Contributor

Released in 2001

"So in Love with Two" by Mikaila reached #25 (She was fourteen when she recorded it, which makes the song that much more an uncomfortable listen.)

"Get Over Yourself" by Eden's Crush reached #8 (Eden's Crush was an all-girl pop band which won the TV show "Pop Stars," recorded an album and were never heard from again.)

"Heard it All Before" by Sunshine Anderson reached #18 (Sunshine was getting a B.A. in Criminal Justice when a record producer heard her singing on the way to lunch – or so legend the legend goes.)

"She's All I Got" by Jimmy Cozier reached #26 (Cozier is an R&B songwriter who sang backup vocals on a couple of albums.)

"I Wanna Be Bad" by Willa Ford reached #22 (Ford recently competed on "Dancing With the Stars.")

"Start the Commotion" by The Wiseguys reached #31 (Originally released in the UK, "Commotion" was featured in a Mitsubishi commercial, which rocketed it into pop culture awareness in the US.)

Honorable Mention:

"Where the Stars and Stripes and Eagle Fly" by Aaron Tippin reached #20

"Crazy for this Girl" by Evan and Jaron reached #15.

"Around the World" by ATC reached #33

"Butterfly" by Crazy Town reached #1

2 of 10

 
 
Make a Difference
Inspired? Here are some ways to make a difference on this issue.
Follow Stories Like This
Get the Monitor stories you care about delivered to your inbox.
 

Loading...

Loading...

Loading...