Every Billboard #1 Hit Song of the 2000s Ranked (Pt.2) with ProPanda

As part of my first collaboration on here, I decided to tag along ProPanda with me as part of the journey to the 2000s. It was actually quite fun. I went with the same scoring system as the one from WonkeyDude98 and ProPanda's collaboration with the Spring Top 40 Playlist.

Tier 0 (N and P: Awful):

70.) Sexy Back - Justin Timberlake ft. Timbaland:
N: Sexy never left though.
P: Ah the lowest of JT.

69.) Beautiful Girls - Sean Kingston
N: This is just plain pathetic and lame.

68.) Lollipop - Lil Wayne ft. Static Major
N: Songs like this sum up why I hate comparisons between candy and genitals.
P: hahahaha.

67.) London Bridge - Fergie
N: I really can't tell which is worse, this or M.I.L.F $.
P: Kill me now.

66.) Candy Shop - 50 Cent ft. Olivia
N: Ew.
P: This blocked Green Day from #1... kill me.

65.) This Is Why I'm Hot - Mims
N: Yeah, for about 15 minutes.
P: Who names themselves Mims? That's like the perfect one hit wonder name.

64.) Crank That - Soulja Boy
N: I find it sad that this isn't even Soulja Boy's worst song.
P: Ew.

63.) I Wanna Love You - Akon ft. Snoop Dogg
N: Nice try, but we already know about the original.
P: *barfs*

62.) Laffy Taffy - D4L
N: Between this and Lollipop, candies should stop being used as metaphors.
P: My ears...

61.) Girlfriend - Avril Lavigne
N: Easily the most irritating song on this list.
P: Gotta give credit to this song for killing 4 different genres at once.

60.) Kiss Kiss - Chris Brown ft. T-Pain
N: Not as bad as his future songs, but it is still really obnoxious.

Tier 1 :
59.) Run It! - Chris Brown
(N: Bad/P: Awful)
N: Still better than his 2012 music.
P: Oh yeah, this kickstarted this guy's career. Bleh.

58.) Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It) - Beyoncé
(N: Bad/P: Awful)
N: It's Beyoncé's 2nd most irritating hit song of the 2000s behind Diva.
P: Screw Off!

57.)Money Maker - Ludacris ft. Pharrell
(N: Awful/P: Bad)
N: Remember when Pharrell produced terrible songs like this?
P: I like Pharrell.

Tier 2 :
56.) You're Beautiful - James Blunt
(N: Meh/P: Awful)
N: Not as bad as the public made it out to be.
P: How did I miss this in my top worst songs of all time list?

55.) Do I Make You Proud - Taylor Hicks
(N and P: Bad)
N: Nope, you don't.
P: Ah, the power of Idol.

54.) Check On It - Beyoncé ft. Slim Thug
(N and P: Bad)
N: Ew.
P: What's a Slim Thug?

53.) Grillz - Nelly ft. Paul Wall, Ali, & Gipp
(N and P: Bad)
N: Nelly when he isn't fun.
P: lol, Nelly.

52.) I Kissed a Girl - Katy Perry
(N and P: Bad)
N: I like the electric guitar and Katy's vocals are alright, but I hate the lyrics.
P: Screw this.

51.) Boom Boom Pow - The Black Eyed Peas
(N and P: Bad)
N: Let's not forget about that terrible 2000 and late lyric.
P: This... exists.

Tier 3 :

50.) SOS - Rihanna
(N: Bad/P: Meh)
N: Good thing Rihanna has went on to make some better songs (although she did some worse ones too).
P: Eh.

49.) Inside Your Heaven - Carrie Underwood
(N: Bad/P: Meh)
N: I like Carrie, but this is just BORING.
P: Eh.

Tier 4:
48.) Whatever You Like - T.I.
(N: Bad/P: Decent)
N: OK then?
P: It is cool.

47.) Womanizer - Britney Spears
(N: Bad/P: Decent)
N: That hook, especially the way Britney repeats womanizer over and over again, is just plain insufferable.
P: This...

46.) My Love - Justin Timberlake ft. T.I
(N: Bad/P: Decent)
N: 2007 was definitely a bad time for Justin.
P: Dead and Gone was better.

44.) Glamourous - Fergie ft. Ludacris
(N and P: Meh)
N: Not really.
P: It's... something.

43.) Buy U a Drank (Shawty Snappin') - T-Pain ft. Yung Joc.
(N and P: Meh)
N: Zzzzz
P: Remember this guy?

42.) Touch My Body - Mariah Carey
(N and P: Meh)

41.) Let Me Love You - Mario
(N: Meh/P: Meh)
N: Still better than Break Up.
P: Eh. I don't like it.

Tier 5 :
40.) Irreplaceable - Beyoncé
(N: Great/P: Awful)
N: This would've been much higher if I had full control over this ranking.
P: Kill me.

39.) Hollaback Girl - Gwen Stefani
(N: Awful/P: Great)
N: The fact that Gwen was in her 30s when she recorded this makes this even more embarrassing and childish.
P: This is perfection.

38.) Crack a Bottle - Eminem ft. Dr. Dre
(N: Bad/P: Good)
N: Waste of potential.
P: Shut up I like it.

37.) 3 - Britney Spears
(N: Meh/P: Decent)
N: It's really such as shame that Break the Ice didn't hit the top 40 while this hit #1.
P: I watched a Todd In The Shadows vid on this the other day. It's not as bad as he put it.

36.) Watcha Say - Jason Derulo:
(N: Bad/P: Good):
N: Jason Derulo being douchey. The beat is alright though.
P: Shut up I like this.

35.) Right Round - Flo Rida ft. Kesha
(N: Bad/P: Good)
N: Way to ruin a classic.
P: Shut up I like it.

34.) Low - Flo Rida ft. T-Pain:
(N: Meh/P: Decent)
N: Not feeling the spirit.
P: It's pretty fun.

Tier 6 :
33.) Down - Jay Sean ft. Lil Wayne
(N and P: Decent)
N: Eh.
P: Yeah, I like it.

32.) Don't Matter - Akon
(N and P: Decent)
N: Eh
P: Screw Akon.

31.) Don't Forget About Us - Mariah Carey
(N and P: Decent)
N: The 2000s were the decade of Mariah when it comes to singles, for better or worse.
P: Eh.

30.) We Belong Together - Mariah Carey
(N and P: Decent)
N: Barring I Gotta Feeling, this is the most overrated song of the decade.
P: Kinda overrated. Like really, best hit of the decade?

29.) I Gotta Feeling - The Black Eyed Peas
(N: Meh/P: Good)
N: I'm not really feeling it.
P: Nostalgia

28.) So Sick - Ne-Yo
(N and P: Decent)
P: Oh yeah, this.

27.) Love in the Club -
N: Eh.
P: He's done better.

Tier 7 :

Tier 8:
26.) Big Girls Don't Cry - Fergie
(N and P: Good)
N: Fergie's best solo single.
P: Eh

25.) Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis
(N and P: Good)
N: It's a shame that Low blocked this from song of the year.
P: This existed...

24.) Say It Right - Nelly Furtado:
(N and P: Good)
N: Nelly Furtado.
P: Eh.

23.) Take a Bow - Rihanna
(N and P: Good)
N: Let's all give a round of applause to Rihanna.
P: Eh.

22.) Give It To Me - Timbaland ft. Nelly Furtado & Justin Timberlake
(N and P: Good)
N: Good Justin Timberlake.
P: Eh.

21.) Temperature - Sean Paul
(N: Decent/P: Great)
N: It needs a little adjusting.
P: King da Paul.

20.) My Life Would Suck Without You - Kelly Clarkson
(N: Great/P: Decent)
N: So much better than A Moment Like This.
P: It's alright.

Tier 9:

19.) Makes Me Wonder - Maroon 5
(N: Good/P: Great)
N: She Will Be Loved is better, but I'll take what I can get.
P: Linkin Park but Good.

18.) Hey There Delilah - Plain White T's
(N: Good/P: Great)
N: I could make a t-shirt joke out of this, but I'm not going to.
P: Shut up, it's good.

17.) Bad Day - Daniel Powter
(N: Good/ P: Great)
N: Nostalgia.
P: Shut up, it sounds nice.

16.) Ridin' - Chamillionaire ft. Krayzie Bone
(N: Good/P: Great)
N: Solid rap.
P: Perfection

15.) Promiscuous - Nelly Furtado ft. Timbaland
(N: Good/ P: Great)
N: Nelly Furtado
G: Solid pop.

14.) Gold Digger - Kanye West ft. Jamie Foxx
(N: Good/P: Great)
N: Not his best, but I'll still take it.
G: King Yeezy.

13.) Just Dance - Lady Gaga ft. Colby O' Donis
(N: Great/P: Good)
N: I'd be more than willing to play this at a party.
P: She's done better. Still lit.

Tier 10 (N and P: Great):

12.) Poker Face - Lady Gaga
(N and P: Great)
N: Modern classic.
P: Her best by a mile.

11.) Umbrella - Rihanna ft. Jay-Z
N: We hardly get hit songs in which Rihanna is singing about a friendship.
P: Yeah, I'll take it.

10.) Live Your Life - T.I. ft. Rihanna
N: Hello again, Rihanna.
P: Yodeling is lit.

9.) No One - Alicia Keys
N: While it's not her best, it's still awesome.
P: Alicia is just a beautiful and talented person all together.

8.) So What - Pink
N: The Funhouse era is easily one of Pink's best eras.
P: It is cool.

7.) Disturbia - Rihanna
N: It's nice to see Rihanna bringing some personality on here.
P: Classic.

6.) Stronger - Kanye West
(N and P: Great)
N: Easily one of Kanye's best of the 2000s.
P: The inner Daft Punk stan in me makes this his best song. Even better than his actual Daft Punk colab.

5.) What Goes Around Comes Around - Justin Timberlake
(N and P: Great)
N: As bad as a year for Justin Timberlake 2007 was, this is still incredible.
P: His best song.

4.) Fireflies - Owl City
(N and P: Great)
N: I really don't get this hate this received.
G: Nostalgia and quality form a classic.

3.) Empire State of Mind - Jay-Z & Alicia Keys
(N and P: Great)
N: I absolutely adore this love letter to New York.

2.) Hips Don't Lie - Shakira ft. Wyclef Chef
(N and P: Great)
N: I just love everything about this, from Shakira's unique voice to the fun instrumentation to the guest features.
P: Perfection.

1.) Viva la Vida - Coldplay
(N and P: Great)
N: Everything about this is absolute perfection.
P: Actual classic.

Combined Score: 363/700 (51.86%). Not too bad. Overall, the 2000s weren't as bad of a time for #1s as people were suggesting.


I overused the phrase "eh" on here. Anyway, this was fun, thanks for having me along! - ProPanda

No problem. - visitor

In the Fireflies thing you put me as "G" lol - ProPanda