1. Justin Timberlake's "Sexy Back."
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    I wasn't aware sexy went anywhere but I'm glad JT let us know.
  2. Nelly Furtado's comeback.
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    Is your game MVP like Steve Nash?
  3. Sean Paul's "Temperature."
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    There's a reason we don't hear from Sean Paul very often and it's because Temperature can never me matched. The gal dem Schillaci...Sean Da Paul...So me give it to.
  4. Fergie's solo debut.
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    The dutchess keepin bodies vicious since 2006.
  5. Hips Don't Lie.
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    Shakira's hips haven't steered us wrong since.
  6. Bad Day by Daniel Powter.
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    Arguably the best one hit wonder of all time. Honorable mention to James Blunt for You're Beautiful.
  7. Unwritten
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    Natasha Bedingfield's inspirational jam/theme song for The Hills. Forever changed the game.
  8. Chamillionaire
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    Ridin Dirty was the bees knees.