To All Arab Millennials: These Tunes Will Take You Back 10 Years

We might be aware of the fact that time flies, but still, we’re always surprised whenever we realize it. Just like you’re going to be surprised right now when your realize that the hit songs you’re about to go through right now turn 10 this year. You know what’s even more interesting? You were listening to them on your cute little iPod nano, in case you were one of the cool kids of course. Are you ready for this? Because nostalgia’s going to hit you real hard.

Four Minutes – Madonna ft. Justin Timberlake and Timbaland

You’d still boogie to this song, because who can stand still when both JT and Madonna are singing?

Single Ladies – Beyoncé

Who didn’t stand in front of the TV and followed Queen Bey’s dance moves.

Viva La Vida – Coldplay

You can’t deny that this is one of Coldplay’s best.

So What – Pink

The 2000’s wouldn’t just sound the same without Pink.

American Boy – Estelle ft. Kanye West

Bet you still know the lyrics, and you still sing it in a squeaky voice.

Hot n Cold – Katy Perry

Yup, 2008 was the year when Katy Perry became a thing. Don’t forget I Kissed a Girl as well, this album probably made it the year of Katy Perry.

Love Lockdown – Kanye West

Kanye didn’t have a facial expression back then either, but we love him and we still do!

Low – Flo Rida ft. T-Pain

You probably Googled “low low low” back then to know the name of that hit song you’ve been hearing everywhere, and you probably still don’t know any other lyrics.

Love Story – Taylor Swift

Throwback to the good old days when Taylor Swift was all romantic and less, umm, destructive?

Poker Face – Lady Gaga

Back when Lady Gaga was a thing.

Just Dance – Lady Gaga

This was probably Lady Gaga’s year as well.

Dangerous – Kardinal Offishall ft. Akon

Forget about Gaga and Katy Perry, 2008 was Akon’s year! Not just dangerous, but the whole Freedom album; Right Now, Beautiful, you name it.

WE SAID THIS: If you’re wondering why you can’t Black Eyed Peas on the list, don’t worry, Boom Boom Pow still turns 10 next year.